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  • yes i did open them up for several reasons, and the dents were the least of them, originally they were never painted inside and thus they do rust from the inside out, and welding up damage areas from the inside is quite useful, and if they have adjustable rails the bolts need to be replaced or rewelded into place, them you can work on the dents. yeah what fun!
    Hi Dave,

    The stickers are 3"X5" for the muscle drylic and 4"X6" for the other one. I am not too needy of the other one. See photo on '59 thread as I can't attach to pm's

    Thanks,
    Scott
    Now that's a slick idea. Would have to find a way to run/charge it with a small solar cell to extend that 60 opperation status though. Thanks for the info Bob!
    Now go get one of these...

    iTrack 2.0

    I wrote about it (the next model down actually) here...
    Mark's other snocat can't be seen from the road. It's quite a ways out back by a barn. I sent him an e-mail to see if he still has it, and if it didn't sell I'll forward you his info..
    Mark's other snocat can't be seen from the road. It's quite a ways out back by a barn. I sent him an e-mail to see if he still has it and if it didn't sell I'll forward you his info..
    So that sno cat that was in Haverhill has come and gone. It came from RT 2 way out western mass. Guy bought that and a willy's jeep with a snow blower on it for $7000 grand. Two days and it was sold and trucked out to ? It was a 442 not sure what year. Had blue pontoons.

    Do you know if you can see the tucker in Groveland from the road? Would love to see it and talk to the guy about selling it.
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