Need help to ID a McCulloch that is for sale .

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Wouldn't the early 10-10 or 10-10a have the wider, black AF cover?

Maybe you'll luck out and it'll be a pm700.
 

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At least he spelled McCulloch right...

I can't fathom how some people get through life when they're too ✖✖✖✖ing dumb to look at the decals on the AF cover of that saw and READ the model name/number. Wow...

That's not an early 10-10 or 10-10A. As Tom pointed out, it has the later style AF cover. Takes the flat AF elements that are still available from Oregon and Stens.

Has the op-pres lever/throttle lock. Mid-late 1970's production. Can't make a 100% ID with the one crappy pic (especially on my phone). Jackass could have provided a clutch side pic. Can't see if it has a comp release. Can't see what clutch cover it has...

From what I can see.....it's definitely worth $30 if the p/c are good. Could be one of many models. Most pedestrian would be a Pro 10-10 or ProMac 10-10. Could also be a 7-10A, 10-10S, or early PM700 (and many others). That 'Mac in the box' bar cover is cool too. I'm coveting that.

Have your son pick it up. Even if the engine is roached, there's more than $30 in parts there. The pedestrian models are worth $50-$100 as runners. The 57cc, 60cc, and 70cc versions go up from there. The 10-10S, 7-10A, and PM700 have been going for good money....
 

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I can't fathom how some people get through life when they're too ✖✖✖✖ing dumb to look at the decals on the AF cover of that saw and READ the model name/number. Wow...

That's not an early 10-10 or 10-10A. As Tom pointed out, it has the later style AF cover. Takes the flat AF elements that are still available from Oregon and Stens.

Has the op-pres lever/throttle lock. Mid-late 1970's production. Can't make a 100% ID with the one crappy pic (especially on my phone). Jackass could have provided a clutch side pic. Can't see if it has a comp release. Can't see what clutch cover it has...

From what I can see.....it's definitely worth $30 if the p/c are good. Could be one of many models. Most pedestrian would be a Pro 10-10 or ProMac 10-10. Could also be a 7-10A, 10-10S, or early PM700 (and many others). That 'Mac in the box' bar cover is cool too. I'm coveting that.

Have your son pick it up. Even if the engine is roached, there's more than $30 in parts there. The pedestrian models are worth $50-$100 as runners. The 57cc, 60cc, and 70cc versions go up from there. The 10-10S, 7-10A, and PM700 have been going for good money....

Like I said.

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