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1995 Polaris Indy Storm 800 Snowmobile For sale or trade

TonyV225

W9WDX Amateur Radio Club Member
Apr 18, 2005
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Anyone in or near Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa ETC I have a Polaris Indy Storm 800CC Ide sell or trade for radio gear nice good working HF rig or HF amplifier or whatever you have that would interest me.

I got this crazy thing lastyear and should not had bought such a big fast machine. I dont ride much and this thing needs a rider thats into speed and power in a snowmobile where I am not. I dont need to do 130 MPH on the lake or snow!! Im happy with 60 - 80 MPH that my other machine does which is plenty for me when I need it. If I were still young crazy kid then Ide love this thing or be dead it would certainly be one of the two.

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Anyone in or near Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa ETC I have a Polaris Indy Storm 800CC Ide sell or trade for radio gear nice good working HF rig or HF amplifier or whatever you have that would interest me.

I got this crazy thing lastyear and should not had bought such a big fast machine. I dont ride much and this thing needs a rider thats into speed and power in a snowmobile where I am not. I dont need to do 130 MPH on the lake or snow!! Im happy with 60 - 80 MPH that my other machine does which is plenty for me when I need it. If I were still young crazy kid then Ide love this thing or be dead it would certainly be one of the two.

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2uzuma8.jpg
 

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