Monthly Archives: January 2009

Waconia Wonder Sleds

"It’s a silver Ski-Doo, and it’s in the guys living room." That was all Justin Clack needed to hear to know that he wanted to go look at what he thought would turn out to be a very neat sled … Continue reading

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The Lost Karpik Sleds

Talk about a game changer. The "Karpik Special" Ski-Doo would have radically altered the snowmobile landscape in the late 1980’s, but for whatever reason, Ski-Doo did not make a production version. According to owner Patrick Zeltinger, just three of these … Continue reading

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The Waconia Blizzard Clone

Steve Mclean had an idea to do a group build of something very interesting for the Waconia show this year, since the featured brand is Ski-Doo on the occasion of their 50th anniversary. What he and a very large group … Continue reading

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Bob Weaver’s Paradise

Right after I got all the news stories on Paul Bernier this morning, Jay Kormash sent in this link to a pretty cool video of Bob Weaver and his collection in New York. More vintage sleds in the regular press. … Continue reading

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Paul Bernier’s Paradise

There has been so many articles coming out about vintage sleds and vintage sledders lately that it’s hard to keep up with it all. But one story stood way out because it appeared in so many papers: Paul Bernier and … Continue reading

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