WINTER STORM NEMO

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Another great shot from the Bull Sessions, this time from user “Catatac”, AKA Kemper Freeman. What does a vintage sledder do when you get a major winter storm like Nemo? Get the sleds out and blow off some steam. For Kemper, that steam gets blown on these fabulous Sno*jets.

From left to right:

1976 SST 440 Fan 540 mile original survivor dealer/owner sled. Purchased from Bob Burk, Burks Body Shop and Sno Jet Sales Clinton Michigan. This was Bob’s last personal snowmobile prior to getting out of the snowmobile business.

Prototype SST 440 Fan. Sno*Jets last prototype built prior to Kawasaki acquisition. Purchased from former Sno Jet employee. Extensive research on this sled is here with more info than a normal person would be interested in.

1975 SST 440 F/A 320 mile original survivor dealer/owner sled purchased from Art Goodwin, Goodwin Excavating Well Septic and Sno*Jet Sales, Gladwin Michigan. This was Arts last personal snowmobile prior to getting out of the snowmobile business.

1975 Astro SS 340 270 mile original survivor dealer/owner sled purchased from Art Goodwin, Goodwin Excavating Well Septic and Sno*Jet Sales, Gladwin Michigan. This was Arts wife Rhonda’s last personal snowmobile prior to getting out of the snowmobile business.

Freeman rides them all along with his wife and enjoyed bringing them back to life after sitting for many years.

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