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Gordie

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Saw this today thought you guys would like it. I used to ride nothing this old but I still like these old machines and what makes it is the pull behind

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Beautiful shape! I love the old sleds, didn't like fixing them every 1/2 hour but I still love em'.

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Nice sled, got to love the extra 10 suspension....I mean the 10cm of suspension. The cutter reminds me when dad pulled us around when we were little tikes thanks for sharing.

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OMG. My dad had one of those when I was a kid. Of course I logged a lot of miles on it to around the yard.

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Our neighbors had one like that when I was growing up. It had electric start, a cigarette lighter, and reverse. I think it went faster in reverse!

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I guess I lied I did had a sled that was about that old 20 years ago I had a 1966 evinurde sprint and I think the track was 2 foot wide and it had reverse top speed was 23 mph I road it once or twice It was kind of a conversation piece. I did have a bunch of buddys ride it around the block at different times thru out the winter.

Man what a tank that thing was.

Almost wish I still had it.

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