Monthly Archives: March 2001

Smashed Charger and the World’s Ugliest Sleds

You have some work done by a buddy on your cherished vintage sled. Your not home when your friend drops it off, so he leaves it by the road, near the garbage cans. The garbage man comes by and does … Continue reading

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Collections and Ebay King Kats

I’m starting to hear from other people with cool collections. Today in the mail I got a stack of photos from Mike Farris. Damned nice stuff, I can’t wait to get them up. I’ve also set up appointments with three … Continue reading

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Beware The Mullett!

mullet* (mu’ lit) 1. any of a family of edible, spiny-rayed fishes found in fresh and salt waters and having a small mouth and feeble teeth, as the striped (or gray) mullet. 2. Any haircut which the sides and top … Continue reading

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Badger, MN

Doc Jim headed over to this sleepy little town with his new digital camera. His first photo essay for Vintage Sleds.com. Doc Jim took his spiffy new digital camera up to Badger and came back with these very cool shots … Continue reading

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Glenwood, MN

Edgar Hetten showed up & signed some books, The judges had a tough time, SLEDS provided some vintage racing, and everyone has a good time. Vintage Sled.com’s picture journal from the vintage show in Glenwood Min. Check out the other … Continue reading

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