It's not too often you see an urban backyard with such an impressive line-up of old sleds like this one has.
Old Sled Zone
Welcome to the wonderful world of vintage snowmobiles
It's sometimes unfathomable the changes that have occurred in the snowmobiling industry since the first sleds came out. Snow machines have evolved from pretty basic models to today's highly specialized units carefully designed for particular terrain and purpose. For many sledders, there is great nostalgia in those early snowmobiles, and older riders have fond memories of family time on sleds when they were young. That evocation of times gone by seems to be, at least in part, why we find the value in vintage snowmobiles and love to see them brought back to good-as-new condition.
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A devastating fire leaves a Montana business reeling.
At this year’s Cranbrook Snowmobile Club event, Ray and his buddies brought out some of their vintage snowmobiles for the annual Show and Shine.
A record number of old and antique snowmobiles were on display at this year's vintage rally, held by the Cranbrook Snowmobile Club.
The Cranbrook Snowmobile Club's 33rd Annual Poker Run and Vintage Snowmobile Rendezvous happens on February 24th.
One of the highlights for the Swan Valley Snowmobile Club is their annual Vintage Ride.
The Polaris Electra was a nice riding sled on smooth trails, with plenty of power and Polaris definitely built this sled for the family in mind.
"All machines in the early years had dependability problems," says Hammond, "especially for long-range riders."
Nine decades earlier, the machine—outfitted with skis and tracks—was abandoned by American scientists in the wilderness outside Nain.
The Centennial Run was a sledding excursion from the Peace Gardens, North Dakota, to The Pas, Manitoba.
Ingham Industries of Lanigan, Saskatchewan, Canada was the producer of the innovative Ski-Bee lineup.