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    1993 Mach Z, sn 018...rare survivor...needs a new home

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    1993 Mach Z, sn 018...rare survivor...needs a new home
    Posted by SkiDoojunky on Monday, January 02, 2012 8:09 PM

    Guys I hope this sled sparks some interest of a fellow skidoo enthusiast. This sled is a 1993 Mach Z, it has had all of the updates done (new motor, pipes, clutch..etc) The sled is 99% complete with the important parts being in tact. The odometer shows 1300 miles and by looking at the wearable parts could be  very believable. The track is original and studded with 244 trail studs the seat is like new. The downside is the hood will need a fair ammount of fiberglassing, the trailing arms and front suspension will need repainted and the bellypan is cracked in a few spots. The tunnel has your typical "dips" behind the toeholds but could be easily straightened, the tank shroud has been replaced and is now plastic rather than the original fiberglass one. This sled would make a great addition to someones collection as the 93 was iconic for skidoo muscle sled history. I am affraid if I post this sled on ebay for $1500 some kid will buy it as a "ditchbanger" and trash it. Like I said I hope this sparks some interest of a collector so it canbe appreciated for what is is and once was. Please keep your negative comments to yourself. I will try an get some pics up soon and please feel free to call me with any questions or concerns....oh yeah this sled runs great!!!! Sled is located in central Illinois and partial delivery is possible. I have $1500 in it and I have another 93 so I am going to try and sell this one, I DON'T HAVE TO SELL IT so $1500 FIRM

    Thanks Junky (Dustin)

    217-202-6055

    skidoojunky@gmail.com

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