OK, so I was at the ReStore today looking at cabinets and paint, and there on the shelf was a Made in Sweden Jonsered 535 Classic. So I pick it up and look it over. It has an Oregon pro 20 inch bar on it, and what looks like Stihl RM semi-chisel chain. Kind if odd, I thought these things came with .325 B&C. I gave it a pull and the compression seems OK. Nothing is missing, it has a factory bar cover, and it does not look abused. Chain brake works. Actually someone has taken care of it for it being at least 20 years old. If I do not like it or it does not start, I have a week to return it and get my money back. Or 30 days if I want store credit. I never owned a J-Red saw, but they have a decent name. It turns out (according to my old friend SawTroll) that this was the last of the 535 saws with the silver top, made in 1992 or 1993 after Electro-varna bought them out. Its a 3.1 HP, 50cc, 10.6 lb. Its no 550xp, but what the heck. It does have an outboard clutch, which I do not like. But I doubt I will be flipping rims or bars on this baby. I think it will be a trail saw to rattle around in the truck tool box, or the loaner saw. Oh yah, the price? A yuppie meal ticket. $20. (I feel so guilty... not) The chain is new and worth that. The bar is worth $50. Photos to follow... I will try to get it started this weekend. It has nice fat AV mounts, so it will be interesting to see how it runs and/or cuts.