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Owls Head Transportation Museum to Present “The Evolution of the Snow Machine”

Posted December 24, 2015 9:00 AM by dstrohl
Pathfinder Tags: classic auto museum snow snowmobile

The Owls Head Transportation Museum used to include a display of snow machines as part of its (formerly) annual WinterFest, but per public relations director Jenna Lookner, this event hasn't been held in several years. On January 23, the museum will dedicate a day to one of WinterFest's most popular attractions: the vintage snow machine. Focusing on hardware built before 2000, "The Evolution of Snow Machines" will take place on the grounds of the Owls Head, Maine museum.

The event is open to all pre-2000 mechanical snow machines, including Model T conversions, snowmobiles, Sno-Cats and others.

Here's to tough sledding, on Hemmings Daily.

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