machines were the "New for 1965" models. The one on the right had
one 20" track. This machine was unmanageable in deep snow as it was
near impossible to keep it upright. Recognizing a design flaw, Hus-Ski
redesigned the model 600 to have two tracks. if you already owned
a single track, Hus-Ski would provide the owner with a double track base
if they would do the change over themselves. The macine had a
steel base with fibreglass hood. The motor was a 252 JLO. The single track had
rubber coated drive sprockets and six boggies.
Barrie Graham - Arundel, Quebec
THANKS BARRIE FOR THE GREAT PICTURE!
A DONATION OF $ 5 OR $ 10 GOES A LONG WAY.
ANY CONTRIBUTION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.
THANKS - DAVID
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