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post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 

 

I hope that I am in the right forum, I am looking for some skis or carving skis or skier model (toy).

 

I saw here few month ago a movie with a carving skis (toy) which was slide down, but a not know the name so I can't find it.

I would like to know if some one know about it or some thing similar and where can be purchase

 

Thanks

post #2 of 14

For instructional purposes only!

 

 

 

post #3 of 14

I love that video.  No words needed.  

post #4 of 14
Thread Starter 

Thanks for quick response.

 

But I not sure that I understood, this unit can be purchase some where (is real item ?- because I can see a hand in the beginning of the movie) or this is only a type of instruction move or this is only a home made item for own instruction use.

post #5 of 14

Bob Barnes made this PSI-Man and the videos for instructional purposes. It's not being manufactured, as far as I know.

post #6 of 14

PSIMAN is not a toy.  PSIMAN is an active member on this forum.  spit.gif

post #7 of 14

Just got a new Prinoth model today (front). My wife let me open my b-day gift 2 days early. I found it at a Prinoth dealer in Wisconsin and told her about it. This thing is really well made. The tracks are actually metal -- all of my Pisten Bullies have rubbber tracks.

 

I wouldn't mind having a PSI-man for my collection.

 

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post #8 of 14

Oh MidwestPete, you need to start a new thread.   TOYS.

post #9 of 14

 

There is a JT Holmes or McConkey action figure I believe. Those groomer models are cool. metal?

post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by ADYSKI999 View Post

 

I hope that I am in the right forum, I am looking for some skis or carving skis or skier model (toy).

 

I saw here few month ago a movie with a carving skis (toy) which was slide down, but a not know the name so I can't find it.

I would like to know if some one know about it or some thing similar and where can be purchase

 

Thanks



 



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Originally Posted by crgildart View Post

For instructional purposes only!

 

 

 




As some know, this is the Pinewood Derby time of year (my kids are on a winning streak, but that is another story for another day).  In the spirit of using the workbench for something other than tuning skis, perhaps a PSI-MAN/ski model championship is in order?  Someone would have to come up with a standardized set of rules, which I assume includes the winners buying a round after the event.  Trophies can be given out for the best carvers, the longest run, and for the fastest time in the DH event.  MidwestPete can use his detailed models for grooming the snow.

post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by davluri View Post

 

There is a JT Holmes or McConkey action figure I believe. Those groomer models are cool. metal?



They are metal 1:43 scale.  I also have a remote control groomer and a Lego Pisten Bully. I have a Jonny Mosely, AJ. Kitt, and a Shane McKonkey action figure -- all still in the box. Plus a couple cable cars I bought in Europe.

 

I am still 10 years old at heart!

post #12 of 14

Full size cable cars?  Real ones?

How about a tram?

Gondola?

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Full size cable cars?  Real ones?

How about a tram?

Gondola?



I wish -- just toys. Although I do have a full size double chair and quad chair in the garage.

 

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Originally Posted by MidwestPete View Post
I wish -- just toys. Although I do have a full size double chair and quad chair in the garage.

 

I think we need a "how big is your skier toy quiver" thread.

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