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  1. #1
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    Default How old is "vintage" these days?

    The oldest sled in my collection is a 1974 340 El Tigre and her sister, 1974 440 Lynx II. I have a 76 340 Rupp Nitro also - and many Ski-Doos - 91 Mach 1, 93 Mach 1, 93 Plus, 94 MXZ X, 2 99 Toni Haikonnens, 1 99 Mach 1, and a 2000 Mach Z. Oh, and a 1995 MX Z with a modified 780 Triple (MXZ xxx)

    I'm pretty certain the 70's may qualify - but how old is "old" for vintage? Are the 90s sleds considered "classics"?

  2. #2
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    Neenah, Wisconsin is about 40 miles south of Green Bay's Lambeau Field.
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    You'll probably get a better answer than I can offer but an area Vintage Club classifies them as such;

    Antique - Pre 1968
    Vintage - 1969 to 1980
    Classic - 1981 to 1995

    Here's a link to their website: http://newlowbuckvintageriders.com/

    I hope this helps.

    Gary

  3. #3
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    well in MN the legal deff is this

    Collector Registration (Optional) Snowmobiles 25 years old or older may be registered
    for unlimited use.This registration is non-transferable.

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    Thanks guys for clarifying!

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