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http://anchorage.craigslist.org/hvo/4283983414.html

Has anybody ever owned a Nowell on this forum?

Seems like a nice rig.


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Old 01-13-2014, 01:30 AM
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nodwells are more of an atv than a snow cat they are geared around work and built like a brick outhouse.
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Had a 110, unless you have a lot of freight to move, they are a bit of overkill.
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This is my 1971 Flex Trac Nodwell FN 15 Snowpacer. This is perhaps the smallest that was built by Nodwell. Some were big enough to carry D 10s across tundra and bog.
Don't know how many of these smaller units were built. It is about the size of a Thiokal Spryte. Ford straight 6 200, C 6 tranny, T 16 rear end. Runs great and pulls my homemade grooming tools.
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I have one slightly smaller.
Crew cab with a 200 ford & 4 speed. I want to switch it to an auto though.
I bought this from forum member Boogie a few years back.

This is the only picture I have handy at the moment.

Second from the right pulling the silver fish house.

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I have one slightly smaller.
Crew cab with a 200 ford & 4 speed. I want to switch it to an auto though.
I bought this from forum member Boogie a few years back.

This is the only picture I have handy at the moment.

Second from the right pulling the silver fish house.

What is the yellow one on the far right called?
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Bombardier Snow Bus, I think. Like a B-12 or B-13 or something. Other wiser folks will undoubtedly set the record straight...
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Great Picture. Classic stuff! Yes, B-12.
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http://anchorage.craigslist.org/hvo/4283983414.html

Has anybody ever owned a Nowell on this forum?

Seems like a nice rig.


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Yes, currently own an RN110 and about to buy an RN60 or CF60.

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