I have these in 195cm and keep them waxed and tuned (reasonably) and though they don't see a lot of snow, they are truly fun for mountain runs at speed. On firm, they are definitely faster than anything modern I ski, length and sidecut I supose (I only have shaped and fat skis, 176cm or shorter, nothing race). I dig the Austrian names and symbols in the top sheet: Rohrmoser, the 'A' with germanic wings, and so forth.
They seem to have remained stiff and true, now at 20+ years and over 100 ski days. My dilemna is: do I spend a $100 (variation on the would you pay $100 for purchase) for a race base grind and edge tune? (probably not)
Old timer's warm moment: the kids were running super G training and I was skiing the Red Sleds on an adjacent face. I rode up with a group of them and one kid said: "Hey man I saw you. I have to run those today!" nice kid.
The mid-80's Red Sleds are absolute classics, though they were a bit too much ski for me.
I preferred the SL's, and I'd probably still ski them if I still had mid-80's knees and quads.
I think that both stand the test of time as great skis. I see them show up on E-Bay and Craigslist from time to time.
(Credits to Midwest Pete for the scan from the 84-85 Winter Park Collection)