1965 Hus-Ski Ltd 200-A

Front Traction with pull behind seat. Tractor Trailer design with no suspension. Extreme Deep Snow Maneuverability. Wood cleated track with wood slides. Made in Pointe Claire, Quebec. The Hus-Ski snowmobile was produced in Canada from1962-1966 The Hus-Ski company was purchased in 1966 by the Bolens Company of Port Washington, WI.

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1962 Polaris Sno-Travler L-55

Restored like new condition This 1962 Polaris snowmobile was the first attempt by Polaris to manufacture a smaller more sporty sled.  This model was produced between 1960-1963.  It had a top speed of 20 mph.   If you pull out the long center pin the sled became two pieces. Price new was $449.00.

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1966 Montgomery Wards Riverside

Original condition Montgomery Wards had Polaris Snowmobiles manufacture the 1966 models of the Riverside.  The Polaris Mustang was used as the basis for the Riverside, only red and white.  Wards stopped using Polaris for their 1967 model. Weighed 297 lbs.

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1966 AMF Ski Daddler

Original unrestored condition JLO 252 cc., 15.5 hp. engine, 15″ rubber track Bogie wheel suspension, square steel tube frame covered in sheet metal weight: 365 lbs., List Price new: $899.00

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1968 Ski-Doo Super Olympic E

Restored in excellent condition Electric start, retractable headlight List price in 1968 was $995.00 Thank you to Jim Bodell from Merrifield, MN for donating this snowmobile to the museum.

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1968 Mallard Coach Corp. Sno Wing I-80 Prototype

Mallard Coach of West Bend, WI. made travel trailers and campers.  Mallard Coach made snowmobiles for only 3 years. Fiberglass tunnel with gas tank under the seat Bicycle handlebars Mallard used the early Snow Birdie design to make its snowmobiles.

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1967 Polaris Colt

Original:  This is the Jim Langley snowmobile that completed the Transcontinental Snowmobile Expedition from Vancouver, B.C. to Portland, Maine in Dec. 1966 States required the snowmobile to be licensed like an automobile, with turn signals, wiper, headlights and license plates.

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