Old Sled Zone: 1980 Enticer 340

"She’s in great shape. Turns over in one pull and runs like a champion." — Scott Cory

by Kyle Born

An old 1980 Enticer 340 snowmobile.
"I had nearly the same sled when I was about 6 years old. It was my folks hand-me-down when they upgraded." — Scott Cory Photo courtesy Scott Cory

Scott Cory was stoked to find a 1980 Enticer 340 snowmobile recently. He can't stop beaming about this old beauty. 

"She’s in great shape," he said. "Turns over in one pull and runs like a champion.

"I had nearly the same sled when I was about 6 years old. It was my folks hand-me-down when they upgraded.

"It belonged to a buddy of mine. I told him years ago, when he wanted to unload it to call me first. And he did!"

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