Monthly Archives: April 2009

The Stallion: Mystery Solved

Leave it to SledTalk 24/7 members to come up with the answer to any rare old sled mystery! Turns out the Stallion was built by Poloron Products Inc. Pictured in the last post is a 1969 model, a Jetstream 704 … Continue reading

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The Stallion Snowmobile

Michael Beavers sent in some photos of an interesting find. Except he (nor I) knows what the heck it is. Mike found the sled in an old barn that was falling down. It had been sitting in there for many, … Continue reading

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Ernie Powell’s Snowmobile

Talk about your missed opportunity! Ernie Powell built his snowmobile in 1932. By all accounts, it worked and worked well, even being clocked at 50 MPH! But alas, he did not follow through and become a snowmobile manufacturing powerhouse. But … Continue reading

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How To Promote Your Racing Habit

Matt Spies and his team shows you one great way to promote your racing team and do your part to get more people to come on out and watch the best kind of racing anywhere. This is his teams T-Shirt … Continue reading

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More On Herbst Racing

Yet another reason to love the internet… I put up the post on the 14th about Herbst Racing and their connection to the Thorsen 78 440X sled as well as Todd Elmer’s 79 RXL, and we got all kinds of … Continue reading

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