This 150 lb. snow vehicle can make tracks up to 40 mph. It is powered by a 9hp 2 cycle Husqvarna engine and was created by Lennart Nilsson & built by Lemko in Ostersund, Sweden from the mid 1960's - 1991. The rider wore skis to support himself and to help direct the travel of this odd sled. It was used by skiers to climb slopes and included a ski lift attachment & pulley.
It was advertised as having a low noise level. The gas and brake wires are covered by a Teflon case to prevent freezing. The gas tank is under the seat. The frame is made of 100% non-corroding aluminum alloy, divided into 2 sections.
"Two of these will fit in a station wagon."
Top of the Lake Snowmobile Museum
P.O. Box 2
Naubinway, MI 49762
Hours: 906 477-6298
Appointment: 906 477 6192
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