FEB - MAY 2007
A FEW OF THESE SLEDS WERE BUILT FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES WITH
THE NORWAY NAME BEFORE BEING CHANGED TO NORTHWAY.
HAS DONE IT AGAIN. THIS TIME, ANDY HAS RESTORED A 1970 NORWAY.
Hi David - A 1970 NORWAY.
Norway was the name chosen by Northway founder Stan McRobert.
few of these sleds were built with this name and released
The name was changed to Northway after a discussion with his wife and son at the dinner table.
Northway name came from the Adirondack Northway and was
This sled was built by Norway and has no Serial Number.
was Owned by Lewis C. Crowe who later on became
was Donated to me by his daughter and she asked me
It is now the Called the Lewis C. Crowe Memorial sled.
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