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    Posted 9 years ago

    jeff7323
    (4 items)

    Model 367
    6 1/2 inch Super Duty
    I used this when I worked for a now defunct defense contractor on the west coast.
    Mainly used to cut 3/4" plywood for air container flooring and also to cut 2x4 to shore loads insode cargo trailers.
    Personal use has been limited since I now have a lighter weight saw.

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    Comments

    1. walksoftly walksoftly, 9 years ago
      Your right arm must have been bigger from handling that brute!
    2. jeff7323, 9 years ago
      Thanks walksoftly.
      I was 35 years younger and ammune to pain! (-:
      Not sure but I think it weighs in around 20-25 lbs.
    3. Lumpy Lumpy, 9 years ago
      One of the best saws ever. Enough power and weight to cut stright without slowing or binding. I know tradesmen who still use them and would pay big to have it, and they'er still repairable. Todays saws you have to replace evey year or two, they'er light, have no power, and no one repairs them; sealed motors, oilless bearings, plastic switches, etc. Throw them out and start over with a "New Model", which fixed a built in problem of the "Outdated Model", etc, etc, etc.
    4. lundy lundy, 9 years ago
      love it
    5. RJT133, 9 years ago
      I found two of these puppies at a yard sale. They're still in working order and came with some jigs for cutting rafters. The old man that sold them to me was a retired carpenter. Any idea what they're worth?
    6. lundy lundy, 9 years ago
      no but id love to cut with them puppys
    7. jeff7323, 9 years ago
      Have no clue on what their worth. No one in my immediate family is tool savy so I might just try to find a collectors club to donate to. I don't want to haul it to Mexico when I move there next year. Have no real need for it there!
    8. lundy lundy, 9 years ago
      jeff i seen a couple on sawdust and sandpaper site 20- 33 it said vintage that site sends you to ebay items
    9. jeff7323, 9 years ago
      sawdust and sandpaper?
      I'll check it out.
      THX.
      Jeff
    10. lundy lundy, 9 years ago
      your welcome

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