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Antique Snowmobile Rendezvous show results

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Antique Snowmobile

Rendezvous show results

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Antique Original: 1964 Bonham Spartan owned by Al Mortenson, Rice.

Antique Restored: 1966 Hus Ski 200 owned by Frank Paris, Gwinn, Mich.

Vintage Original: 1969 Ski Daddler 634 Racer owned by Trent Messmer, Minnesota.

Vintage Restored: 1977 Rupp Nitro owned by Steve Christiansen, Hackensack.

Oldest operational Sled: (tie) 1955 Bosak Power Toboggan, Rudy Rolfes, East Gull Lake, and John McGuirk, Sidney, Ohio.

Rat Sled: 1968 Scorpion owned by Larry Rassmussen, Pequot Lakes.

Orphan Sled: 1960 Arjeplogs/Vesslan manufactured in Sweden, Tony Rolfes, Sartell.

Cutter  Class: 1967 Polaris Trail Mate owned by Chad and Bonnie Stangel, Bena.

Bumpy Trail Award: Evinrude Skeeter meets huge tree on trail ride (stuck throttle), Mark Spangler, Brainerd.

Best Costume: The “RUPP Snowmobile Girls,” Peterson family kids and grandkids, Champlin.

Mayor’s Choice: 1969 Jet Dynamics Hornet owned by Kevin Albers, Luxemborg.

Pequot Brush Pilots’ Choice: 1966 Polaris 372 Colt (winner of the first Winnipeg to St. Paul I-500 Race) owned by Herb Howe, Siren, Wis.

Longest Drive: John and Jan McGuirk, Sidney, Ohio.

Youngest Racer: Peter Mueller, Baraboo, Wis.

Oldest Racer: Howie Miller, River Falls, Wis.

People’s Choice: 1967 Polaris Voyager, Chad Stangel, Bena.

Peer Choice: 1969 AMF Ski Daddler Super Twin 634, Trent Messmer.

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