1963 Polaris K-95 Ranger Sno-Traveler: Polaris Industries of Roseau, Minnesota produced the Ranger Sno-Traveler from 1957 through 1964. After 1964 a major change was made to maintain competition with other manufacturers. The front engine (2 stroke) Polaris Mustang was introduced for 1965.
The K 95 Ranger came with a standard winch system to lift the track if stuck in heavy snow (snow or small branches were placed under the track for traction), a carburetor heater (air passed over the outside of the muffler) and a 4 cycle air cooled 9.5 hp Kohler engine. Options included a 12 V electrical system with starter & generator and an additional 2 gal. gas tank placed on the back of the seat as a back rest. The K 95 Ranger weighed 550 lbs. and sold for $1140.00.
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