This Olympique is in great shape for being 36+ years old. It runs excellent, and is a blast to ride around!!! There are many NOS parts on this sled. I replaced the windshield, black hood stripes, Exhaust grommet, secondary clutch, rear tail lens and housing, snow flap, drive belt, fuel lines, fuel filter, carb kit, flip headlight door, brand new drive cogs-bearings-and seals, new chain case oil, and various other things. This is my baby. The main seat cover has been replaced, but is good and keeps you dry. This sled has ski wideners and an unbelievably nice track, missing no clips or having any tears or rips. The bogeys are weather checked but are all there and work fine. It has a very nice muffler that I put on, that has no rust holes. Sled is located in Camden NY (UPSTATE). Any questions can be sent to... email@example.com
1972 OLYMPIC SKI DOO OLD START
Getting an old early 70's Ski Doo Running after many years of sitting in a
barn. The fuel Tank was coated in rust so we had to use accessory redneck
fuel tank. Stay tuned for Test run video Coming next week!
68 ski-doo oly
my 1968 ski-doo that has been siting for 5 years 4 pulls to suck the 5 year
old gas to the carbs and 3 to start it and yes i put fresh gas in it after
rite after i made the vid i found out it was siting for 5 years
Old Skidoo Project: On The Snow Again
Found chassie in landfill and decided to build a skidoo using parts from
three other random skidoos and a cooler from Foodland. Getting warmed up
for furture project 1966 GMC stepside as you can see in some of the
I do not own any rights to this song.
The World's Slowest Snowmobile!
Some goofball on a 1971 Ski-doo Valmont 640ER. Very similar to a ski doo
Alpine but a bit more nimble - if the word can be applied to this
contraption. 550 pounds, twin tracks, and only one ski means it doesn't
turn really well. But nothing vintage handles deep powder like this thing.
Top speed is around 20 mph. Lol. Loads of fun to ride, I love this old
1972 Ski doo olympique cold start
Just tore this whole thing down to be restored. Getting new:
Motor and Carb rebuilt.
And new bearings on the drive shafts.
This sled wasnt in that bad of condition when it was pulled apart, a little
greasy, and few rust spots under the seat. Motor needs the most work, with
new gaskets, plugs, possibly rings, and a new side seal. Also new coils and
1972 Ski Doo 440 TNT Explosion - Hwy Run - Drifts
Not to shabby for a machine from LA - that I did not know if she even
ran... Traded two project sleds for this, replaced rear sprockets, tuning,
and tlc , was all that was needed to melt some snow. Singing near the end -
courtesy of my son :)
I will redo the skis, seat, and install an original windshield for next
season when my four vintage Ski Doo sleds terrorize the Sierras.
Until then - glide through the frigid novel Seven Skins to stay on the edge
of your slide rails...