There are MANY great Arctic Cat collections and collectors that will be in attendance at the Arctic Cat 60th Homecoming Collectors show July 15-16, and I’m happy to share, the Ische family collection will be there! This collection is extensive, truly top notch, and has been featured on ArcticInsider several times over the years. (Type Ische into the search function to read more stories). I recently talked to Tom, and he shared they will be bringing a similar product display to what they had at the Pennington County fair a handful of years ago. Here’s a look at the Ische collection and that display.
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Amazing collection! Thank you for sharing the photos!
Wow! I’d settle for just one of the sleds from that collection.
Wow what an amazing collection! As a kid, I used to play with that toy semi (3rd one down), often while wearing my corduroy “Join the Cat Attack” ballcap. I may still have both tucked away somewhere.
Kale, I happened across this podcast that explores how branding and marketing contribute to a sense of identity. This identity combined with the human propensity to seek connection within a group can create fierce loyalty. I couldn’t help but think about Arctic Cat while listening. Historically, Cat has easily had the most loyal customers in the snowmobile industry. Unfortunately I can’t help but feel that loyalty has eroded significantly over the last several years for a number of reasons. I hope someone at the top will realize just how critical that loyalty is, before it’s too late.
What a collection! Do these snowmobiles run or are they for show only? I assume they have been stored for years (decades?) and can’t just be fired up. How do you prepare them for this long term storage? Drain all the gas, lube and fog? Anything else? Maybe there is a story here.