to help keep the site up.
Update April 2017: A few more things on the go, check back soon!
Something that will come in handy with your Sno-Jet project, reproduction tags! Take a look in the Parts and Advertising Section for more info.



Update February 2017: I had a wonderful time at Waconia, take a look at some of my Photos.
Be sure to also check out all the different things available in the Parts and Advertising Section, including the shirt below, plus several other great items...



Update January 2017: I've updated a few of my projects, you can see them in the Restorations Section.
There's also a few more additions in the Viewers Sleds Section. Otherwise, I'm headed to Waconia! For more information, go to http://www.mwvss.com/
Here's a peek at the 2017 Make-A-Wish Sno-Jet Build.



Update January 2017: I've updated a few of my projects, you can see them in the Restorations Section.
There's also a few more additions in the Viewers Sleds Section. Otherwise, I'm headed to Waconia! For more information, go to http://www.mwvss.com/
Here's a peek at the 2017 Make-A-Wish Sno-Jet Build.



Update June 2016: A few new things on the go here, new projects to be exact. More updates to follow. For now, something I'm incredibly excited about, Waconia 2017. See the poster below, I am planning on going and will follow up when we're closer to the date. Its going to be a great event! For more information, go to http://www.mwvss.com/



Update March 2016: More new sleds added to the Viewers Sleds Section.
There's a few other surprises you'll have to do some digging to find, including this fantastic photo of Jim Adema's 650 triple in a 1971 Thunder Jet.
Photo taken by Richard Klein. Thanks Richard, great to see photos like this surface after all these years!



Update January 2016: Hopefully everyone is enjoying some decent snow. Check out a few new things in the Viewers Sleds Section.
Also, don't forget to get a copy of the book True Blue: Remembering Jim Adema by Tom VanDyken.
Click HERE for more information, or go directly to http://snojet.com/trueblue/.




Where did everything else go? It's been archived.