Monthly Archives: April 2006

CLASSIC SHOTS

While we are on a Ski-Doo theme from yesterday, here’s the commercial sewing twin tracker – originally driven by Greg Goodwin in 1991. Rumor has it This sled has recently arrived at the home of a well known Ski-Doo restoration … Continue reading

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CLASSIC SHOTS

Just another shot out of the stash. This one is from St. Paul Minnesota in 1976. It’s alwasy good to find photos of the old race sleds with the hood off. If you blow this one up, you get some … Continue reading

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CLASSIC SHOTS

A couple of more from my private stash of photos. These are the late Sammy Sessions 1976 SnoPro sleds – thinly disguised Merc Snow-Twisters he campaigned for Kalamazoo Engineering that year. These shots beg the question: What ever happened to … Continue reading

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CLASSIC SHOT

Leroy Lindblad on Jerry Bunke’s 77 250cc SnoPro, Alexandria, Minnesota, December of 1976. Out of my private stash of photos – this is legendary Leroy Lindblad in 1977. After racing for Ski-Doo in 1976, he was welcomed back to the … Continue reading

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GLOBAL WARMING – HOW DO VINTAGE SLED HEADS FEEL ABOUT IT?

Getting into the global warming debate can be a sticky mess. Both sides have a near religious like need to believe they are correct about it. I would think that most vintage sledders are not buying the doomsday scenario that … Continue reading

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