We aren't just into cars, as you can see from my computer room pictured below.
The oddball snowmobiles are single ski Chrysler SnoRunners from the late 70's.
The polly pump is the first gas pump we restored.
The yellow Snorunner shown in the front is a very, very rare SnoRunner.
It is a test model that was rubber belt driven. They only made 100 like this out of the 10,000 or so they built. Most of these
test versions were destroyed so, very, very few remain.
time, we had over 10 SnoRunners. Now we are down to 6 plus one I modified as "Snoracer".
The SnoRunner below is all stock, powered by a 134cc Powerbee motor. It was built by the Chrysler Marine Division.
The chain track is 4" wide and has rubber cups to propel it forward. They were
good for speeds up to about 27 MPH.
Here's another shot of the super rare SnoRunner. It obviously is painted yellow by
the factory, but also has different decals, a different seat, a belt drive, and a factory installed hour meter.
Below is a couple pictures of "SnoRacer". It's a SnoRunner we modified.
We repainted it, custom designed the tank decals, and added a polished track cover,
tuned racing pipe, a race carb, heated venturi to prevent icing, a slick seat, small cowl, wide "floating" front
ski, and a modified kick starter.
We're also into boats as you can see below.
This is our 454 powered Scarab.
With all the crap we have, we had to find a place to keep them out of the weather.
Here's our "winter storage garage".
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