Sweet! Mine is a Craftsman 2.3. or Poulan SD25. Was my dads saw, I remember when I ran it. He topped the boarder trees in our old house, they were all laying on the ground and I asked if I could cut them up, never had ran a saw before, he said yes go for it. Man was I excited. I'll never forget that, and I'll never get rid of that saw.
Kind of. Dad had a homelite super e-z that he had since new. Years ago before I knew what a saw was, I was a bit of an entrepreneur, and burned it up cleaning yards. Took it all apart, and tossed it. Years later from a member on AS I bought a running sper e-z and gave it to dad. I know it's not the one and only, but it's the saw. He talked/talks about it all the time, about how much wood he cut with that saw over the years. So we have the replacement e-z. He likes it, happy to have another e-z in the garage. He thought I'd forgotten about it :)
I don't have the first saw I ever ran at around 14-15 years of age but I have three just like it .It was a 250 McCulloch .
I do however have the first and only new saw ever which is an orange painted version of the afore mentioned S-25 Poulan marketed by Dayton electric motor co.It was 1974-75 on sale for 139.95 when the green painted Poulan was 169 .All I could afford at the time at about 5 bucks an hour .I probabley got my money back from selling firewood in less than two weeks at 60 a cord .
How many of those units did Poulan sell in various colors???
It had to be millions...