Vintage snowmobile collector Jerry McGee is going to pare down the size of his amazing collection, and he’s starting with his Arctic Cats.
If you were looking to land some of the most-rare and classic race sleds in Arctic Cat history, now’s your chance.
McGee (who’s pictured in both images) lives in Whitefield, N.H., and he’s been collecting sleds for nearly two decades.
Here is the list of machines he’s selling:
–1975 Arctic Cat 650 Sno Pro/PDC (this was Dave Thompson’s race sled!)
–1976 Arctic Cat 440 Sno Pro (according to Jerry, most people believe this was Larry Coltom’s original 250, but is currently fitted a 440 engine).
–1977 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 440 with leaf spring front suspension and a quad-plug motor which is very rare. (Jerry hasn’t been able to confirm the history of this machine. It’s styled as Thompson’s sled.)
–1977.5 Sno Pro 440 with the mid-season addition of IFS front suspension (according to Jerry, this was Larry Coltom’s sled).
–1978 Sno Pro 440 History unknown
–1980 Sno Pro 340 Built from NOS parts that Steve Olsen acquired after Arctic Enterprises auction. It has used crank and track, and everything else is NOS.
–1981 Sno Pro 340. This is believed to be Jim Dimmerman’s race sled, although there is uncertainty about it. It does have a serial #/VIN tag, however, no other ’81 that he’s seen has a VIN tag to compare with (including Bob Elsner’s sled at the SHOF).
–1981 Twin Track prototype (below). This machine is one of the handful of various twin-trackers built by Roger Gage at Arctic Enterprises, but never raced. It was restored by Steve Olsen, with finishing touches performed by McGee.
McGee is handling all sales privately. If you’re interested in any of these, shoot him an email by clicking HERE.