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Over 25 years ago when I started to structure this web page I made the decision to
only enter information I considered totally accurate. My sources for makes, models and
specifications were therefore printed material from the various manufacturers to begin
with. Then I referred to printed industry material I again considered accurate. If I
could not find specifications I did not enter anything, no guess work allowed. You
will therefore find models listed with no or little information shown. Various collectors
have kindly supplied information to assist in filling in missing data. The web page has
therefore been an on-going labor of love. If you have access to reliable data that is
missing from the web page feel free to forward it to me. If you find an error please
let me know so correction can be made. I enter all material myself.

Here is a saw made in Vancouver Canada in 1956.




The PM 21 was the last model designed by engineer Sandy Megaw and was introduced in 1956.
It had a 82 ccm (5 cu. in.) engine and the powerhead weighed 9 kg (20 lbs.)
Unit serial number 214731. Restoration by Bunker Killam.

 

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