The Innovar Corporation of Dunnell, Minnesota produced the Sno Coupe from 1970 through 1973. Models were the Executive with a bubble top, the Ranger and the Sportster which did not have a top. Engine choices were a 372cc JLO at 23hp or a 488cc Polaris Fuji at 32hp. Basic color choices were red, gold metal flake, or blue.
The chassis and running gear are from a Polaris Voyager and were purchased from Polaris. Innovar then finished the machine as a Sno Coupe. Less than 200 were produced.
Innovar claimed the Snow Coupe offered the first side-by-side seating in a snowmobile. Advertised features were side-by-side seating, reverse gear, electric start, optional heater, covered headlights, a tip down hood, roll protection, ample luggage space, dual tail lights, and sports car styling.
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