1970 Moto Ski Grand Prix: In 1970 the total Moto-Ski snowmobile production was 30,093 (14,864 CA. & 15,229 US.). Prices were much lower to increase sales and resell the company. It was the first year with a square tubular bumper front & rear. In 1971 Moto-Ski was the 3rd largest snowmobile manufacturer. Moto-Ski was one of the oldest and largest, beginning in 1963 as Industries Bouchard, Inc.
The Grand Prix was introduced in 1970 as a new model with the distinctive metal flake gold color cab designed for a single rider. This paint scheme, sprinkled with bright bursts, became very popular & many companies used it at the beginning of the 1970s. The Grand Prix 340 was powered by a Sachs 340 cc engine, weighed 300 lbs. and sold for $1,070.00.
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