2000 Arctic Cat “Yellowstone Special” Prototype

“THE SNOWMOBILE THAT SAVED SNOWMOBILES IN YELLOWSTONE” Thank you to Bill Howell and Clyde Seely for donating this 2000 Arctic Cat “Yellowstone Special” Prototype to the museum for display. Clyde Seely and Bill Howell, in the 1970’s was the first to market “Snowmobile Yellowstone.” Their fleet grew to 260 rental machines. On November 22, 2000,…

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1971 Auto Ski Avenger

Engine Console, 337 lbs, 19″ track,  polycarbonate suspension wheels. List Price $1,275.00. This original Auto-ski is a true survivor and has never seen snow! There is only one mph on the gauge from rolling it into the museum. ISHOF owes a very special “Thank You” to Ron Hallstorm, retired professional football player and former Wisconsin…

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1964 Fox Trac Ice Cycle

This machine has been restored and does not have a track. The serrated wheel propels this snowmobile on ice. Advertised speed on ice is 15 mph.

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1979 Polaris Centurion

All Original condition Polaris Super Star, 500 cc., liquid cooled, triple cylinder engine 15″ rubber track, weighed 320 lbs. List price new: $3199.00

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1971 Starcraft Eliminator 290

Just over 200 miles original miles. Featherweight Corp. the maker of the Alouette snowmobiles manufactured the Starcraft snowmobiles for Starcraft. 15″ track, weighed 310 lbs. List price new: $995.00

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1971 Sears 309

This snowmobile was gifted to: The Top of the Lake Snowmobile Museum in Naubinway, Michigan by: The J. Armand Bombardier Museum in Valcourt, Quebec. OMC manufactured the Sears snowmobiles in 1969, 1970, 1971.  OMC had closed their Trade Winds factory but used parts and engines to create Sears snowmobiles for these years. The Sears 309…

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