Hi Guys, for sale. MSE 250c electric chainsaw. Here's my story on this. Was gifted to me as a Christmas present a couple years ago. Giver was supposed to make sure it had the .325 chain. Come to find out it is 3/8". I need .325 to go with other saws. I'm sure there is not 1 hour of run time on it. Check out the paddlewheel sprocket...shows little to no wear. I spent some time cleaning it up. Do some pricing.....new in one location was $560. I know I paid more than $500...can't remember. : ( Original owners manual goes with it. I took enough pics to show everything including model numbers and part numbers on a few pieces. Looks like it was made in Germany. Pick up in Redding, Ca......no shipping. Ask questions in contact form below.
I had to dismantle an old 192-'s era playing piano. It was a Baldwin-Howard pians, sertial number 169694. Looks like it was made in the 1920's. Hated to dismantle as it has been in my family or over 70 years. There are some really cool pices inside pianos and craftspeople and DIT yourselfers make all kinds of cool stuff out of them. Some folks just make a wall hanging for their wall. Craftsmanship and intricate construction is amazing. Some people make key chains out of the "hammers"......very cool to see. Google to start seeing some ideas here: (587) Pinterest I do have some other piano parts I'll be listing.....lots of things can be made with the keys. : ) Asking for $50.00 for the part below...no shipping...gotta sell in Redding.
Hey Guys, Needing a little/lot of help identifying some Japanese knives. Can anybody tell me the maker, value, intended use?....other than to "cut stuff". : ) Thanks for any help.
Bottom left pic...the Cat that I drive in the Summer months and a view of Mt. Lassen. Bottom right, Clearing brush for planting a new forest. Nearly all manzanita....so much manzanita, so little time. : (
Two pics below, more manzanita
Abandoned gold mine in an area near where I was logging some years ago. I didn't go in but was really tempted.
Fuzzy pic of south side Mt. Shasta, about 100 miles away from where I was working.
Cat 966C loader and log landing....have "picked" lots of burl with that machine. I can't help it.....when I see 'em, I pick 'em.
It ain't always warm and dry in sunny California. : (