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Poulan Chain Saws. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1976) Poulan 76 Chain Saw. Bicentennial Special Limited Edition. You'll never see another saw that looks like it. Or another super lightweight that cuts like it. (1974) Poulan XX Automatic Chain Oiling. Under 8 pounds. Tillotson all-position carb. A 12-inch bar and chain. (1974) Super XXV Chain Saw. It's a quieter, more powerful version of the most successful lightweight in history. Beefed up to cut an 8" log in just under 4 seconds. Beaird-Poulan Division, Emerson Electric Co. (1975) Poulan Super XXV CounterVibe. If it didn't absorb up to 78% of the vibration, guess who would. Poulan was originally an independent American company based in Shreveport, Louisiana, founded as Poulan Saw Co. in 1912 by chainsaw pioneer Claude Poulan. Purchased in late fifties or early sixties by the Beaird Company, also of Shreveport, it was known as Beaird-Poulan. The company was acquired by Emerson Electric in 1972, and was purchased by Electrolux several years later. A Poulan chainsaw model 245a was featured in the 1974 movie The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Poulan is a brand name of the Swedish manufacturer Husqvarna AB, once a component of the Swedish conglomerate Electrolux. In 2006 Electrolux spun off Husqvarna AB into its own company, with Poulan nested beneath. Enjoy these vintage ads for Poulan Chain Saws while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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