Speedway Products, Inc. of Mansfield, Ohio produced the Speedway snowmobile from 1972 through 1974. The machines wee designed and marketed by ex-Rupp employees as high performance snowmobiles. Think of it as a blue Ferrari claimed advertising. Features included aluminum chassis, 8 disc brakes, a low center of gravity and a sleek design.
1972 models were: 340cc Sachs Fan at 34hp
440cc Kohler Free Air Twin at 58hp
650cc Kohler Free Air Triple at 90hp w/pipes
1973 models were: 295cc Kohler Free Air
340cc Kohler Free Air Twin
440cc Kohler Free Air Triple w/pipes
650cc Kohler Free Air Triple w/pipes
Earhart Industries, Inc. of Byron Center, MI was the exclusive Michigan distributor for Speedway snowmobiles. In 1973-74 approximately 1,000 Speedways were produced. In April, 1974 the entire business was sold to Fox Corporation of Janesville, WI and the entire operation was moved to Janesville.
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