I recently stumbled upon this sweet vintage snowmobile barn find while on a family trip in Southeast Minnesota.
Enjoy these dust-covered sleds that might one day be rescued. Or not.
John Zanon says:
6/16/2014 9:19:00 PM
"They're still out there, but getting harder to find!"
6/16/2014 9:45:00 PM
I haven't figured out the kind of person who wants that many sleds, but yet keeps stored like that.
Greg Hallstrom says:
6/16/2014 10:00:00 PM
I'll take one of the old Panthers.
Mark Boeckmann says:
6/16/2014 11:06:00 PM
Soon you have contact information right? Those things need some love.
Mark Schoeder says:
6/17/2014 6:24:00 AM
I would take the EXT Special!
6/17/2014 6:34:00 AM
What's not to understand? If you have that much space, you gotta fill it! Nice find.
Paul Nadeau says:
6/17/2014 8:50:00 AM
Not to be greedy, but I would take the el-tigre and an old panther for sure, need projects for retirement coming up soon.
Jan Lesterhuis says:
6/17/2014 3:16:00 PM
I would be interested in the 76 Yamaha Exciter.
Paul Hein says:
6/17/2014 9:21:00 PM
What's the story behind the Comanche ? That's one I don't recognize. Chapparall ? Looks kinda like a Wild One though.
jamie anseeuw says:
6/17/2014 10:02:00 PM
The Comanche is a Roll-O-Flex / Wild-One made in Saskatchewan. It is a 1971 I believe.
6/18/2014 12:53:00 PM
I think I see a Homelite in the background
6/18/2014 5:32:00 PM
I'm thinking the roll-o-flex had a Yamaha engine. Back in the day I wanted one of these sleds but ended up with a Sno Jet SST which had a Yamaha engine and slide suspension. Bought a new left over back in 1974 for $ 825 bucks !
6/20/2014 7:33:00 AM
I would be interested in the Larson, and sleighs.