GET EMAILS FROM OWNERS ASKING ME WHAT I THINK THEIR SLED IS WORTH.
THE WORTH OF A SLED DEPENDS ON MANY FACTORS SUCH AS -
- CONDITION - MILEAGE - ACCIDENTED - IS THE MOTOR STUCK - TRACK CONDITION
- RARE MODEL - STORED OUTSIDE / INSIDE - ORIGINAL - HAVING TRANSFER
PAPERS AND SO ON.
I CREATED THESE PAGES TO GIVE BUYERS AND SELLERS A LOOK AT SLEDS THAT HAVE RECENTLY SOLD ON EBAY WITH THEIR DESCRIPTION. THIS IS NOT TO BE USED AS AN ACCURATE PRICE LIST OF A SLEDS WORTH BUT AS A GUIDE TO SHOW YOU WHAT OTHER PEOPLE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SELL OR BUY A SLED FOR ON EBAY.
REMEMBER - SOMETIMES ON EBAY - 2 BIDDERS DRIVE A SLED'S PRICE WAY UP OVER
THE TRUE VALUE BECAUSE THEY BOTH WANT IT AND THEN SOMETIMES A SLED CAN
SELL ON EBAY FOR A LOT LESS THAN
GUIDE IS IN NO WAY INTENDED TO TELL YOU THE WORTH OF A SLED. AFTER
ALL A SLED IS WORTH ONLY WHAT THE BUYER IS WILLING TO PAY FOR IT.
I AM POSTING THIS GUIDE AS A SERVICE AND NOTHING ELSE.
DO NOT TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE YEAR POSTED WITH THE SNOWMOBILE.
Ski Daddler super scout MK III. This is a
real nice sled for a vintage collector to restore because it seems to be
complete and runs, only needs an air cleaner and the fuel system leaks
so I test ran it out of a small gas can (you can see in photo). I got this
neat old sled at an estate sale in northern PA. from the daughter of the
owner, and she told me he was getting ill and sold off his barn stored
collection of snowmobiles except for his favorite "the fast Ski Daddler".
She can't find the title and not sure if it had one.This is all I did with
it when I got it home: washed the years of barn dust off, took the spark
plug out and sprayed WD40 in the cylinder waited two days pulled it over
and saw a spark put gas in the cylinder put plug back in and pulled the
starter cord and it started right up,just like that.Went to put gas in
and it leaked out on the ground,(don't know from wear, maybe the plastic
tank has a hole or the filler neck) so put a small gas can in it and put
the fuel line in and primed it a few times and pull started a couple of
times and off I went,it seems to be fast. This has an electric start (I
was told this option was only for the biggest engine) but the battery is
dead, and you will have to replace it and tune it up after all its been
sitting for about thirty years or more the last registration for trail
riding was 1971 for NY. The fiberglass body cover has a few stress cracks
and the seat is checking some from age as well as the track and boggy wheels.
The track still has rubber mold sticks or nobs.
The engine is a JLO 372cc.I
bid: US $406.99 (Reserve met)
A DONATION OF $ 5 OR $ 10 GOES A LONG WAY.
ANY CONTRIBUTION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.
THANKS - DAVID
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