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    Default Vintage rides from WWC

    I forgot that I never posted these pics of the vintage machines on display at the Willow Winter Carnival.

    Here ya go -







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    I love this one....Wood frame and chain track! Slam an M-10 suspension under this baby and you would have a ride!!

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    Default Thanks!

    Those were truly enjoyable to look at, Mud!
    Never saw the like of the tubular one with the wheel, but something tells me it isn't much of a powder machine.

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    Lightbulb Polaris ahead of its time??

    Mud, these pictures were really neat to look at. The polaris with the white cowling immediately caught my eye because of the clutch. The new 2008 REV-xp by Ski-Doo tooted its horn about having a clutch that is in the same arragement as in this (I would guess) early 70's polaris. Pretty neat to see that something as old as that incorporated in the brand new sleds today.

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