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90 Arctic Cat, Mountain Cat two up

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 Got a nice Arctic Cat, Mountain Cat 440 fanner with working reverse. Sled has new seat cover, rebuilt chain case, cleaned carb, new fuel lines, great track (it is a long track 136}. Starts and runs very well, looks sharp and is comfortable to ride. Would be a great entry level sled or vintage rider for short money

$1200.

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Apologies to ICG, I tried to quote a post he had made and it became invisible.

His comment dealt with the post about the Mountain Cat and basically said it didn't look very Mountain.

My reply, "

I agree it's nothing like current mountain sleds, but considering it's 31 years old, so was our perception of what a mountain sled was.. Back then a 136" track was not all that common. Riding something like this on a vintage ride puts you in a time travel situation, which is a loot of fun, and highlights how far the sport has come.

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ICG    6

 . . .  Shouldn't have been short for words  . . .  Came off point.  . .

Was awed how far we've progressed after seeing a pristine vintage  "Mountain"  sled, compared to a current Ski Doo with a 3" paddle track.

Armand's sleds a time warp to the past . .  .  Just never know what the future holds . . . 

My  2050 Ski Doo . . .  What track...it flies

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