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1967 Snow Trac Duck Creek Village, UT **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.

“1967 Snow Trac ST-4 #000883 for sale 1968 Snow-Trac, AB Westerasmskiner of Sweden built 2,220 Snow Trac machines between the years 1957 and 1980. – These machines were primarily sold in Northern European countries to be used on snow-covered terrain. – Ski resorts also employed these machines to groom trails. While not built to be a military vehicle, some European Armies drafted Snow Tracs into service. – This particular Snow Trac was purchased in 1997 from a Snowcat dealer in Idaho and was shipped to Duck Creek Utah where it is located today. The machine is pretty much completly stock other than I installed a fuel guage and had the exhaust extended to the rear and up the back of the machine. The stock exit piont for the exhaust was about mid way along the right side but in deep snow created a situtation, in some cases, where exhaust fumes got in the cab. This relocation of the exit point ellimanates this possibility. The Snow Trac enjoyed momentary Hollywood fame in the 1980 movie, The Shining, starring Jack Nicholson and Shelly Duvall. You might remember Ms. Duvall’s daring escape in the Snow Trac at the conclusion of the movie. The Snow Trac Stats: Powered by an air cooled 4-cylinder Volkswagen engine and 4-speed transmission, Variator Steering arrangement – Top speed: close to 20 miles-per-hour, Weight: 3,307 lbs, Frame: welded steel Body: aluminum fenders and side storage, Seating for 6 adults plus driver, Low center of gravity for ease of control on steep slopes. Hours: 657 (actual hours unknown).”



9 Comments on “1967 Snow Trac Duck Creek Village, UT **SOLD**

  1. Steve E.

    I had a toy Snow Trac and I’ve always wanted a real one. I’ve never even seen a photo of one. Great Photo! It’s out of my scope, or I’d be hauling it home. I was too busy bringing home an FC-170 today, so I’ve got my dose of cool vehicles for the year.

    **Steve E.**

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