Monthly Archives: September 2008

SUPER TRAC RACE SLED MUSEUM

I’ve been aware of this museum for some time, but this is the first pictures of it that have been sent in. Located in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. The owner is Art Bilus (spelling?) and he’s got some serious hardware in there! … Continue reading

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MIKE SMITH’S 67 MOTO-SKI ZEPHYR

Mike sent in this photo of his recently finished 67 Moto-Ski Zephyr 202H. It was finished last fall and it is all original parts, except for the seat. It took him over two years to finish his masterpiece. This is … Continue reading

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NEW STORE ITEMS

New to the store is some Polaris replacement tunnels. These fit Polaris sleds from 1976 through around 1982. I’ve fit them on an RXL and a TXL bulkhead and they fit great. I can’t even begin to tell you how … Continue reading

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RINGO DOES THE DOO

One of our BS’ers pointed this out this morning. Ringo Starr rides an old ‘Doo in his “It Don’t Come Easy” video from the early 1970’s. What a hoot. Sled footage starts around 1:20. Thanks to “olddoos” for finding this. … Continue reading

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DANICA PATRICK – SHOULD SHE GO?

Well, we’ve had Danica Patrick as the Patron Saint of Vintage Snowmobiling for some time now, only because of her dad who used to race, and because her mom is from Roseau. But in all this time, she’s never said … Continue reading

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