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Last years resto project 76 Polaris TX440

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Old 11-25-2009
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Default Last years resto project 76 Polaris TX440

Here it is as I got it

Here it is after, minus the headlight. Its in there now.

Here is under the hood. Nice shiney motor!

Oh it was alot of work and beer to get this one looking this good!! And oh boy is it fast!!! You would be shocked to see this thing rip!!
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I had a 76 340. I miss it. Nice work!
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Old 11-29-2009
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Very nice.

About 15 years ago I knew where there was a triple free air machine, prolly just aluminum oxide by now.
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Hey this was no spring chick when I got it. I had to go down to the frame and start over. If that tripple is still around I would be interested in it! Ive restored/saved a few junkers. My first two sleds I bought on a trailer for $200.00, the wheel damn near fell off the trailer on the way home... I had fun with them tho, the both have new hoods and fiberglassed hulls, new seats, ones on its third windsheild.... many lil parts here and there... I knew nothing about them at the time, now I could change a track with my eyes closed. Any old Polaris is worth saving!
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