2001 Arctic Cat Yellowstone Special: Arctic Cat, Inc produced 100 of these in Dec. 2000. 50 of them were sent to their dealer in West Yellowstone, Montana to be put into immediate use in the rental fleet that ran in-and-out of Yellowstone National Park, this is one of those 50 units.
At the time, the US Department of Interior had announced that they intended to ban snowmobiles in the Park beginning with the 2003-2004 winter season. Arctic Cat wanted to demonstrate to the National Park Service, and the public, just how clean and quiet a modern 4 stroke snowmobile could be. Arctic Cat was the first manufacturer of the modern era to have a successful 4 stroke snowmobile commercially available. These first 100 units were so successful that thousands of them were produced for the 2002 model year with hardly any changes.
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