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Sorry Ladies!

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Bahahaha, 300cc of mind blowing fun, the old days when you could actually print this stuff!

 

Funny thing it's the first sled I ever rode, owned by my aunt up in SandStone MN. :D

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Good stuff.  That $790 would barely pay the tax on a new one today!:(

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Thats awesome....... $790.00 doesn't even cover the sno suit, helmet, facemask, gloves and boots anymore!

 

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My first one...My Dad sold these for about one year. Think he sold just one, too.....:crazy:

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2 minutes ago, RebelSS said:

My first one...My Dad sold these for about one year. Think he sold just one, too.....:crazy:

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Yeah but girls could buy them no wonder they didn't sell! :D

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12 minutes ago, MN Mike said:

Thats awesome....... $790.00 doesn't even cover the sno suit, helmet, facemask, gloves and boots anymore!

 

Mike

 

Mike, this is no lie. My Uncle told me a story when I was young that they trailered their sleds out to Yellow Stone back then and he said how it took them all day to dig out 6 sleds when they tried to cross a valley! And we think that we have balls! :P

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I remember an article in Popular Science (I think) about how to build your own snowmobile....  Mid 60s or around then.

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Was the extra 5 horse worth the $130 upcharge...:grin:

 

I would say going from 10 to 15 it probably was.

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