Many online merchants, such as Gooseland, Spaulding Vintage Snowmobile and Antique Snowmobile Sales, specialize in vintage Ski-Doo parts. In addition to actual vintage parts, these merchants also offer modern reproductions of vintage equipment.
Junkyards and other places that scrap or salvage broken or old snowmobiles occasionally provide a source of vintage Ski-Doo parts. However, while parts from these sources typically cost a fraction of the price of those available from specialty merchants, the quality of these parts is less consistent than those from dedicated outlets. Availability of parts from these sources is also somewhat low, as snowmobiles end up in junkyards less frequently than other vehicles.
Fellow vintage Ski-Doo owners also serve as valuable resources for old parts. Connecting with other owners, either in person or through online message boards, provides an effective way to find vintage Ski-Doo parts. Finding parts through other owners is often more effective when looking for a particular part, as dedicated sellers rarely carry a comprehensive selection at any given time.
Although infrequent, vintage snowmobiling conventions, such as the annual Vintage Snowmobile National Championship, offer a good place to find vintage Ski-Doo parts. Not only do merchants maintain a presence at these events, but the large number of owners present also increases the likelihood of finding particular parts.