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ANTIQUE and VINTAGE SNOWMOBILE GALLERY


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Posted 24 November 2007 - 11:57 AM

For anyone in the area who's never stopped in.... or anyone, from anywhere, on their way up Rt.4 out of Auburn ME... take the time to check out the Antique & Vintage Snowmobile Gallery in Turner (about a 1/2mile south of rt.219 - Bear Pond) located in the back of United Sports.

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A tour is free (but please toss a few bucks in the donation can on your way out). My GFs kid has outgrown his riding gear and they had some great prices on leftover Arctiva stuff. As luck would have it Jon was showing some people around the gallery out back, so I went out to look around... what a trip back in time.

I saw an old 68 Olympic... the 1st sled I ever drove when I was a kid... my father won it in a raffle.

An old 340 F/A... the 1st sled I ever owned.

There's also an awsome collection of 70s oval racing sleds.

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Doo & Rupp

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Alluottes & Cats

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If vintage isn't your thing, it's still worth the stop just to see one sled up close... one of only 53 production models of the Red Line 800 Revolt.

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