Monthly Archives: October 2009

MEET ROCKY THE FLYING SQUIRREL

The alarm clock went off this morning at the usual time. What was unusual was that the first words I heard this morning were “It’s Alive!!” from the Oingo Boingo song Weird Science. “How fitting” I thought, as my thirteen … Continue reading

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PAST 440 WINNERS

By now you may know that VintageSleds.com is sponsoring a $5,000 feature race at the 2010 Classic Vintage World Championships Weekend in Eagle River, January 8th-10th. I thought it might be fun to go back and see whose won and … Continue reading

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GABE BUNKE’S SLED

I saw this sled (as did a great many) at this years Hay-Days. I know it’s not vintage (except for the sexy graphics package) but this is just really cool. For anyone who doesn’t know, Gabe is the only son … Continue reading

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SHUT UP LARRY AND POST MORE PICTURES!

Okay, okay! I got the message! These are from the private stash of Dale Neduzak of Time Benders Garage. Some also come from the Canadian Power Toboggan Championship archives in Beausejour Manitoba. All were taken at the historic track on … Continue reading

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The Ice Toboggan Lives Again!

Remember this baby? Terry Wilen sent in the story of how this 1955 "ice toboggan" was built by his grandfather while he was employed at Thunder Bay Canada’s Canada Car Company. It was built originally to sassiest his grandfather in … Continue reading

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