Each of our chainsaws are built by hand with high quality control, attention to detail, and trade secrets only known by the original saw builders.
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MOST OF THE INFORMATION COLLECTED FOR THIS SITE COMES FROM JASON GUY AND NEIL OLIVIER.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION COMES FROM PAUL BYER, R.A. MIHAILOFF, JEFF BURR, LEWIS (MASK MANIAC) FRYE, AND TETSUYA KAIZU, AND OTHER PARTIES WHO WERE A PART OF THE FILM/TRAILER/CONCEPT WHO WISH TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS.
The history of the masks. Both the hero mask, and the stunt masks, along with the most accurate replica mask that has ever been produced.
The history of the trailer, the film, the chainsaws, the mask and more. I have researched and double checked my sources so all information is 100% factual.
I collect nothing but TCM3 Leatherface masks. I do video reviews of them all on my youtube page and share the information to other fans and collectors.
On this site I will share the info that I have learned in hopes to bring new fans to also fall in love with my favorite horror movie of all time. When I began doing research, there was little to no information out there, and what little there was out there, was incorrect. I believe it is my duty as a fan of the film to gather as much info as I can and share it,.. because once the information is lost it could be gone forever. If you have any information you would like to share, please contact me but only if your info can be backed up with references.
Ever since I saw the trailer for the 1990 film "Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III" I have been obsessed with the chrome chainsaw used in the film and trailer. I was only 12 years old at the time the movie came out, but the trailer, the film and the chainsaw changed my life since the first time I saw it later that year (thanks to my friend Jason). I have spent years researching and testing to make the most accurate replica of the saws used in the film. I believe that my replica saws are as close as you can get to the real thing. Infact, I have even helped restore and replace missing pieces of the only known Excalibur saw to still exist.