Mr. Fred P. (Fox) and his son, Stanley, organized Fox Body Corporation in Jaynesville, WI in 1946. The firm manufactured truck bodies and other products. In 1963 they introduced the Fox Trac snowmobile, which grew to be the firms principal product through 1973. The firm was also well-known for its production of mini-bikes.
In 1969, Fox Corp. agreed to merge with Beaver Creek Industries and became the Fox Division of Beaver Creek Industries.
The 412C model is considered a medium width rear engine machine. The 12 in 412 stands for a 12hp Kohler engine. The machine has a reverse transmission and a hand operated disc brake. The track system is unique in that the track has nylon wear blocks mounted on the track that follow a tubular track guide system.
Top of the Lake Snowmobile Museum
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