1975 Ockelbo: The Ockelbo sled began production in 1964 by the Ockelbo Industri AB in Ockelbo, Sweden. They were distributed in Sweden, Finland and Norway. None were sold in America as they were devoted to the European Continent. In 1970 they were the largest producer of snowmobiles in Europe. Many were used by reindeer breeders and for forest work.
This sled is powered by a 2 stroke Sachs 293cc fan cooled engine & weighs 353 lbs. Front & rear suspension is equipped with rubber bands for greater flexibility. Over the years many different engines were used in the Ockelbo (JLO, Trioman, Sachs, Sachs Wankel, Lloyd, MAG (Motosacohe)).
In 1975 Ockelbo was sold to Karolin Investi, who also bought Rajd Industri, AB Company, a rival snowmobile.
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