Monthly Archives: March 2009

Is It A Polaris NX Or Isn’t It?

You’ll note in my post below that I crossed out any reference to the mythical Polaris NX. That’s because shortly after I put the post up, I was told that it was not an NX in the top picture I … Continue reading

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West Yellowstone 1970 Photos – Featuring the Mythical Polaris "NX"

Ken Jacobson sent in some more classic, really fascinating pictures from West Yellowstone in 1970. Some how as a young man, Ken figured out to take pictures of the really interesting stuff and save it for decades… pretty cool. First … Continue reading

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True Blue Fiberglass

With as many sleds as I’ve toyed with, I can’t believe I didn’t do this sooner. All the fiberglass we have (available in the store) now comes with the Polaris midnight blue gel-coat. Not having to paint your hood or … Continue reading

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Meet Rude Pup

Rude Dog, aka Jay Carsley, of Retrosno.com fame, sent in this photo of him and his boy, aka Rude Pup, from the New Hampshire Snowmobile Museum show last winter. Photo by "NH Tom" Tom Snell. It is posted on retrosno.com … Continue reading

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The 1955 Ice Toboggan Lives Again

Original Post by Terry Wilen I thought maybe vintagesleds.com readers would like to see some pictures of a machine that my grandfather built while working for Thunder Bay’s Canada Car. This plant is now known as bombardier. My grandfather referred … Continue reading

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