Author: Philip J. Mickelson
Originally released as: the Illustrated Ski-Doo Snowmobile Buyer’s Guide.
Number pages: 160
Illustrations: black and white photos
The Collector’s Guide to SKI-DOO Snowmobiles is the ultimate guide to everything you ever wanted to know about the history and evolution of the SKI-DOO snowmobile. This book was originally published in 1994 as the Illustrated Ski-Doo Snowmobile Buyer’s Guide.
Travel back in time to the beginnings of the single track machine that floated over the snow–the dream of J. Armand Bombardier. Complete with photos from the Bombardier museum, as well as other sources, this book is a true treasure-trove of information that will intrigue anyone interested in the development of snowmobiles.
The photos in the book range through photos used in advertising, to trail pictures, to some from the race track. Every era is included, from the old Olympiques and Alpines, right through to the 1994 Summits, 1995 Mach Zs and Formula Zs, with the RAVE-valved rotox engines. But even better, with this book, Mickelson has included full explanations of what each new season of SKI-DOO offered the sledder.
Do we recommend this book here at SnowRider? You bet we do. Our readers gave it ***** out of *****, hands down! Get your copy today.