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October 19, 2012
Vintage/Antique Sled Lovers Take Note
Snowmobile Hall of Fame to showcase historic sleds this winter
As part of
the celebration of the 50th Eagle River Derby, the Snowmobile Hall of Fame will
have a very special exhibit starting Nov. 1 and running through March. It will
As of a few weeks ago, the following historic sleds will be in this one of a kind exhibit.
Eliason, class winner 1964, driver by Ray Keilcheski of
Polaris Sno-Traveler, driven by Charles Robison of
Ski-Doo with a special motor from Rotax driven to the championship by Duane
-1971 World Championship Yamaha 433 driven by Mike Trapp, Woodruff, WI.
-1973 Ski-Doo Mod II class championship sled driven by Mike Trapp, Woodruff, WI.
Sno-Twister driven by Doug Hayes,
-1976 Arctic Cat driven by Larry Coltom, MN 340 SMII. Coltom won 250 Mod same year.
-1978 Polaris IFS 440 triple, driven by Jerry Bunke. One of the rare original Midnight Blue Express sleds.
-1979 Scorpion racer driven to 3rd place finish, ER World Championship 1980.
-1981 Arctic Cat racer driven by Bob Elsner, New London, WI, the 1979 ER WC.
Ski-Doo off-set IFS racer driven several seasons at
Neilsen Ent. Phantom driven by Jim Dimmerman,
Ski-Doo Twin Track driven by Bobby Donahue of
Ski-Doo Twin Track driven by Greg Goodwin,
-1992 McDonalds-Dennis Kirk Ski-Doo Twin ER WC qualifier driven by Bob Anderson, Racine, WI, crashed out (with help) in two seconds.
Mondus MC-4 Yamaha powered racer driven by Scott Mondus,
Bros Special Twin driven by ER WC Terry Wahl of
2003 Arctic Cats driven to consecutive WC championships by PJ Wandershied,
2007 Arctic Cats driven to WC by
-2012 Erv’s Sales Polaris driven by Nick Vanstrydonk of Tomahawk, WI, to the ER WC.
and Museum in
addition to these sleds, several more are expected to be confirmed along with
photos, drivers suits, helmets and other
For additional info contact Loren Anderson, SHOF President at (715) 614-4488 or email@example.com.
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