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26 Snowmobile VERMONT It is hard to drive by the Wells River Absolute PowerSports location off Route 302 without noticing its parking lot impressively filled to the edges with tractors and ATVs. Customers with interest in motorized recreation for any season can find something fun there. However the big stars are on the showroom floor inside the building at this time of year. Ski-Doo and Polaris sleds Klim clothing GMAX and BRP helmets and Fly Racing gear dominate the large open building. If youre not too dazzled by all the bright shiny toys when walking in onto the showroom floor you might look up and notice some dustier models peeking over the balcony above. These are a few of owner Lee Fosters vintage snowmobile collection. Hes been adding to it over the past five years since he received his first one in partial trade for a new sled. They immediately intrigued him and he now has a total of fifteen in his collection and hopes to continue to grow it. A sales experience at Absolute can turn into a museum experience in a moment when you catch a glance of these classic rides. Lee is happy to chat about how many different manufactures there used to be in the 1970s back when he had more time to ride. Two of his favorites from the collection were down on the floor level in front of his office helping to promote the Washington Snow Flyers First Annual Vintage Sled Show that was held Jan. 9. FEATURED DEALER It is hard to drive by the Wells River might look up and notice some dustier to ride. Two of his favorites from the By Beth Godin