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Old 05-14-2010
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Default Vintage sleds for sale

For 2 years I seem to always be looking for vintage sleds to purchase, yet even when I find them I don't follow through lol. I've found myself again looking at vintage sleds so I thought I'd start posting the links incase anyone is interested. Post the vintage deals you find here.
http://fortwayne.craigslist.org/rvs/1736334131.html
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Now this is a piece of history. I didn't even know Homelite made snowmobiles lol.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-...item4aa136e8c4
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We have one of those homelites sitting at our farm.
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That's cool, I never knew they made snowmobiles lol. WTF dude you must have a goldmine in scrap at that farm lol.
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Hey Flatty, how far are you from Gwinner?? Thats where the old home terminal was an i pulled a lot shit outta Melrose/Bobcats yard/factory. Took a lot of tube and solid core pipe there as well. Back in the 98-98/00.
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Homelite snowmobiles! but I never knew. My first sled was a 73 cheetah. I drove on the road with minimal snow so much that the metal ski had holes worn through. The first time up north I rode a 250 enticer for around 600 miles. Yes I was sore, but can't recall getting stuck. Now I ride a small ocean going vessel, and get stuck way to often. However it does carve better. Still have a 340 enticer for reminiscing.

I expect Baller's opinion on the quality of Homelite snowmobiles.
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^^ LMFAO I'm sure your right, Baller will throw his 2 pennies in lol.
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Those Homelite sleds look pretty nice. Homelite made some of the finest chainsaws around back in the day. I heard a rumor that Husquavarna made the engine for Homelite snowmobiles, so that might make them a little suspect. I would like to have one however to challenge Gerbil's Kawasaki if he ever gets it running.
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Here is a vintage in disguise. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that 500 is a centurion. Since there is no engine bay shot I'm just assuming it's a centurion based on the pre 88 hood and the rear of the seat. He obviously doesn't know what he has, I'm letting it go. Hopefully someone else snags it before someone tells him what it is. Hell of a deal if they are both for $500 like it sounds.
http://southbend.craigslist.org/rvs/1804178247.html
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Here's a pic of my Puma
right behind it is a homelight
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