Old Iron II Snowmobile DVD

$ 24.95

Second in the series, Old Iron II starts up where Old Iron left off, only better. We take the viewer to some of the sport's largest vintage events, including Eagle River's World Series Vintage Classic for insane speed, racing, ovals & snocross. Our second stop is at Waconia, Minnesota for the largest "Ride-In" of its kind with over 700 classic vintage and antique sleds to ogle over. We then head to New York State for the "Great Eastern Whiteout", where we find the cream of the crop in the east. We'll explore three of the greatest snowmobile museums, including the Hall of Fame, World Snowmobile Headquarters, and Michigan's Top of the Lake Snowmobile Museum. We will join the Antique Snowmobile Club of America for an in-depth look at some of the classic sleds of yesteryear. We will take you on a vicarious ride with us on some highly prized antiques around the trails at Naubinway, Michigan. This highly edited film also has tons of great original film clips from the Sixties and Seventies that will be sure to bring you back in time to an era of Old Iron.

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During the spring of 1969, over 200 manufacturers from around the world ignited a new mode of transportation, a new sport and a totally new lifestyle – the lifestyle of snowmobiling. In that one year alone, over 285,000 snowmobiles were bought and sold through a network of 10,000 dealers. Machines with such names as Scorpion, Allouette, Sno-Jet, Moto-Ski, SnowCruiser, Chapparal,
SkiWhiz, SkiRoule and Olympic just to name a few, could be found pushing their way through mother nature’s powder and opening a new world to the winter adventurer.This fast paced, action packed video celebrates that amazing revolution, taking you on a journey back to the days of “Old Iron” through some of America’s largest modern day gatherings of vintage buffs, including Eagle River’s World Championships of Vintage snowmobile racing. We will also travel to Wauconia, Minnesota for the largest show and gathering of sleds and enthusiasts as well as a trip east to Warrensburg, New York for some flat track racing. Many other stops are included that depict the builders and the sleds that inspired winter’s most amazing sports.


We also have great film footage from “back in the day” that
will bring chills to your core and excitement to your heart.
Three years in the making this is one video that will keep you coming back for more. Over 60 minutes of awesome content.

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