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Ski Art....Tucker Sno Cat

post #1 of 7
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A work in progress by a friend.

I expect she will sell some prints.

These old Tuckers still get used for utility work and are great machines.

Nub Sarns himself probably drove this one.

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post #2 of 7

I think the originals were painted orange:D

post #3 of 7
The one SugarLoaf in Leelanau County had was an yellowish orange with black and white lettering. Sort of like:

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post #4 of 7
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They were all orange from the factory I think.

The Nubs Tucker is well maintained and was painted Nubs blue to match the fleet of Pisten Bullys.

Maintenance is a very big thing at Nubs.

They use it to haul a big box sled full of warm food and stuff up to the Pintail Peak warming hut.

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Originally Posted by dakine View Post
 

They were all orange from the factory I think.

The Nubs Tucker is well maintained and was painted Nubs blue to match the fleet of Pisten Bullys.

Maintenance is a very big thing at Nubs.

They use it to haul a big box sled full of warm food and stuff up to the Pintail Peak warming hut.

 

The transantarctic cat looks like a museum piece.

 

What / Where museum? 

post #6 of 7
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British Museum in London.

The

 

story of the only motorized expedition across Antartica is a good read.

post #7 of 7

Good ole' Nubs!

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