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marioweldinginc

Chrysler SnoRunner or SnoRabbit / Echo Snobike

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Anyone familiar with these machines? They were built in the late 70's. I saw one on Youtube and now I want one!

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Yea I`ve seen them ! Never rode one though Click on this link !!LOL

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YES!! They probably wont think about making something like that anymore because of lawsuits, but damn those look like so much fun!!

HAHAHA I clicked on the link... Imagine our soldiers riding these things!

Ya know I should be rebuilding the carb on my quad, winterizing or changing sprockets but nooooo, Im online trying to figure out how to get one of these on the cheap

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i have seen them and they go for good money on ebay .. my father inlaw has 1 and he wont sell it ... i have worked on it 4 him and its a kool machine ....

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