Brothers George and Allister Ingham (Ingham Industries) were active for many years in the development of various snow vehicles in Lanigan, Saskatchewan, Canada. In 1965 and 1966 they constructed and tested several new prototypes that were lighter, faster, and easier to turn. By 1967, the new Ski Bees were put into production. They were produced for the 1968 through 1970 model years.
There were three basic designs. The Scout was a one or two person machine with either a 13 or 18hp engine. The Stinger was lighter in weight due to aluminum-alloy construction and offered larger engines and was the high performance model of the line. The Commander was longer and wider with a 20 in. track and was intended to be the family type machine. Several hundred were sold through dealers in Saskatchewan and a distributor in Alberta, Canada. Ingham Industries was sold in 1970 and snowmobiles were discontinued.
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