Polaris Sno-Traveler's

and other Antique Snowmobiles


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Reply SetkanaoknoEvobe
10:40 AM on May 20, 2018 
Reply Luke
1:15 PM on November 1, 2017 
The comet 44 magnum series clutch is the substitute for the old Salisbury clutch.
Reply trent tacheny
1:26 AM on October 19, 2017 
l 55 5.5 lauwson nead clutches. live in stacy mn .thank you
Reply Walter Watts
10:20 AM on June 1, 2017 
It was interesting to see the Snow Traveler. I rode one on my first date with my wife of 55 years. I can honestly say, "I fell in love on a snowmoble." Thanks for the picture.
Reply Scott Hayward
1:08 PM on February 5, 2015 
This is the best site I have run across when trying to find info on my 1961 Autoboggan L55. I have stored this machine for 45 years after finding it in a scrap pile as a kid. It was 95% complete, less track, that I manufactured myself last Jan/2014 with picture help from the Polaris virtual museum. Original Lauson engine(5.5) fired up after carb work & I drove the sled at a vintage sled gathering last Feb.17/2014 near Embro,On. Canada. Of the70 people present, no one had seen anything like it and most thought I had made it from ground up and made it look old. Still has one polaris star diecast emblem .
on left side plus original diecast autoboggan on the front. Machine is tatterd prairie gold painted over red. Engine,inside cowling & belt/chain covers still red.
Reply snotraveler
6:53 AM on June 16, 2014 
The best I can tell you is to have a tin shop make new cleats, there are still chain suppliers that produce chain to order with the K-2 links where you want them.
Reply Max
12:03 AM on June 27, 2013 
I would really like to find a track to replace mine on the c-9 . My old one has been modified. Any ideas? Thanks!
Reply Barry
9:53 AM on December 19, 2012 
[Gina Lemley]
Do you have any pictures of your sled?
Reply Barry
9:49 AM on December 19, 2012 
I have what I think is a 57 Polaris Trailmaster but not for sure. It is a model # o 13 and serial# 550. It looks like it started life as light blue in color and has a steering wheel that looks like it came from a 50's car.
Reply charles shepard
3:59 AM on October 25, 2012 
I am in Manitoba Canada,I have just aquired several autoboggans,built by polaris industries and sold by H.C.Paul out of Winnipeg Manitoba,identical to polaris snow traveller but yellow,my mom uncle in the 1950 had nearly 30 autoboggans,he opened gold mines in northern Canada and did geology in the arctic with the fleet of autoboggans,they were sold locally in winnipeg and were well liked because in two pieces,fit snug in bush planes,there was also a model with 2 motors for safety in the arctic,non were brought back out from the north,i have located several so far with help from an elderly employee,just got another one shipped to me today,1954 i believe,clinton powered,also have a 1960 wisconsin elec. start,really trying to located a twin motor and a bigger model they had,i found out all snowmobiles in Canada before 1961 had to be yellow by law to be spotted from the air in search.i can post pics if there is any intrest,thanks