Ski Daddler snowmobiles were manufactured in York, PA by AMF Western Tools, Inc. which was a subsidiary of the American Machine and Foundry Company of Des Moines, IA. Ski Daddler introduced 2 models in 1966. They were the 5810 Power Sled and the 5920 Clipper. For 1967, 3 models were introduced: the model 5811 (10.2hp Sno-Scout), model 5812 (12hp Super Scout), and model 5813 (21hp Cruiser 22).
The Cruiser 22 featured a 22 track, a 540cc Mag motor, electric start, dual head- lights and had a forward and reverse transmission. The unit weighed 450# and retailed for $1299.95.
For the 1968 model year, 5 models were produced including the Sno-Scout, the Super Scout Mark I-II-III and the Wide Track 22 with 24hp.
From 1970 to 1972, 15,000 Ski Daddlers were produced before production stopped at the end of the 1972 model year.
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