In the snow-riddenareas, transport can be tough especially when the mode of transport employed in the areas is inappropriate. Based on the necessity of time and the aspects attached, the form of transportation has thus been improved and among them, the most and efficient mode of movement has since been the use of snowmobile that can be traced back to mid-18th century. It has since then been used and improved with the ever increasing wave of technology. Some of the vintage snowmobiles for sale includes the;


The Indy 60 XCR Polaris of 1966.Running at a price of $750, the snowmobile is in good condition, and it is the rebuilt motors running well and as well recently tuned.

The Yamaha Vmax of 1983. A gooddriving sled costs about $1800. It is not a show sled and in great shape for its age. It is inexcellent condition and has superb functionality with guaranteed efficiency.

The skidoo Olympic 340 of 1977. The price averages about $450 for the piece. A very nice sled has been storedback from the year 2006. Purchased from the original owner and is ready to fire machine. All it needs is a cleaned fuelling system and a filter.

The arctic cat kitty cat of 1972.Running for $850, the sled has newlyreplaced seats with a handlebar that matches. The clutch, filter and fuel lines are all new including an installed bumper. The functionality is great. Comes along with the extra belly pan and an owner’s manual.

The 1994 Polaris Indy SS. Costs about $800. With all the parts documented and running for about $1000, the sled is in good shape and completely overhauled.

The 1973 Evinrude Norseman. Running for a price of $750, besides very few and minimal mechanical issues the machine is in the bestform as it has been stored indoors for the most significant part of its life.

Polaris Indy 500 classic two up asled of 1989. A ready to roll sled with an electric start and all rebuilt parts. It isat auction and is to be handed to the highest bidder. Being auctioned at the Durand fire hall.

The snow coach by equinox. With a storage space at the back, the sled costs about $1200 and is a two user-orientedsled.

Johnson rotary 35 of 1973. Listed for $50, the sled is in excellent condition and hasa great hood, drivers, and track. Some of the already sold parts include the power pack, throttle cables, the neutral, engine, primer and even the gas tank.


The Arctic Cat Panther 399k of 1970. The sled is priced at about $800 and is in excellent condition. Some of the newly installed parts include the windshield, the carburetor, and even the fuel lines. Majorly designed for short distance transport

The 78 Yamaha ET 250. Runs at a price of $1000. The sled has been out of use for about three yearsin excellent condition. The track hoods are also good hence a ready to go sled.


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