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Here are some of the years worth of projects... lol Always in the market for that next gem [:D]

That '71 Yami GP396 is the funnest old dog I've ever ridden, sounds great, runs 50mph and she absolutely rails with the ski wideners. Rode her on a vintage ride in Tug Hill to the Montague Inn back in February, only fouled 3 plugs... The pic of her is in the High Peaks area of the Adirondacks, crossed the Hudson River on her too...

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Hey hey...I'm liking the Sno Jet's, regardless of the seat. Do tell, what year and model are they? Looks like '72, and '71 Star Jets, no??
 

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u need to find a thunder jet them things own lol i mean back in the day
 

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Sno Jets are:

72 SST 433 (needs crank seals, runs beautiful for 2 mins)
72 Star Jet 292 Hirth (will get a 396 Yami eventually)
70 SS 440 Hirth (my favorite one, 300 something original miles, she'll be restored this year)
70 Star Jet 292 Hirth, (looking for SS hood, have a 493 Hirth for her, so she'll be a sister to the 440)

Definently in the market for a Thunderjet this summer. The '73's are some of the coolest sleds ever made, would really like to pick up a 650... but they are really hard to come by. I know of a guy who would possibly sell a 72 650, but I think at top dollar. Might try to get a less rare 74 or 75, and put repro '73 fiberglass on it.

Just stuck the Pro X seat on one for the pic [:D]
 

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SUPER RARE 1969 SKI-DOO Double Eagle. Featuring 2 fan cooled engines....

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Below is a also Rare 1972 Speedway Blue Max 340 in the Snowmobile hall of fame...
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[;)]IF you have vintage sled you want to get rid of e-mail me
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