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Moto-Ski is a Canadian brand of vintage snowmobiles produced from 1963 until 1985. The Moto-Ski company was established in LaPocatière, Quebec by Raoul Pelletier and Jean Yves Bélanger. The production was financed by C.E. Bouchard of Bouchard Industries, the pharmaceutical business where Pelletier worked as a salesman. The first Moto-Ski snowmobiles were powered by 247 cc JLO 9hp and 300cc Hirth 12 hp engines. They featured fiberglass hoods, large metal trunks, and leaf spring suspension. The name “Moto-Ski” was suggested by a contest winner in one of the local schools. In 1965, Moto-Ski became the first snowmobile featuring a long track sled.

In 1965, the Moto-Ski Capri, a two-passenger snowmobile, was introduced. The model featured single- or twin-cylinder two-stroke engines of 292 cc or 400 cc displacement producing up to 35 hp and allowing the sled to reach the top speed of 45 mph. The Capri was equipped with brakes (back then, snowmobile manufacturers were mostly focused on going, not stopping). The three-passenger Moto-Ski Zephyr received a more powerful 634 cc engine. The model was available with an electric starter and could speed up to 65 mph. The next year, the Cadet, Capri, and Zephyr models were fitted with a redesigned hood, chrome bumper, handlebars, and side grab rails.

In 1968, the MS-18 was introduced. The model was powered by a 300cc Hirth motor and featured double headlights and seats for two riders. The next year, three more versions of the three-seat MS-18s were released. They were equipped with 375cc, 500cc, and 634cc Hirth engines with the top speed up to 52 mph, 58 mph, and 65 mph, respectively. The Grand Prix, unveiled in 1970, is a compact, high-performance, single-passenger sled powered by a 438cc engine that could reach the top speed of 75 mph. The Grand Prix and Mini Sno, which were released later that year, were the first Moto-Ski snowmobiles featuring engine covers. Bombardier acquired the Moto-Ski company in 1971. In 1973, Moto-Ski introduced new models (F- and S-series) powered by low-mounted BSE motors for a lower center of gravity. Since 1976, all models of Moto-Ski snowmobiles were designed by Bombardier. They were essentially Ski-Doo sleds with orange-colored hoods sold almost exclusively in Quebec.

Since your vintage snowmobile is more than 30 years old, keeping it in perfect operating condition is not an easy task. But we can make it easier by offering a wide range of Moto-Ski snowmobile accessories and parts produced by some of the most reputable and trustworthy manufacturers in the aftermarket industry. Visit our online store to find high-quality engine, suspension, drivetrain, ignition, and fuel system components and all the tools and supplies that you may need for your restoration project or maintenance routine. We carry only durable and reliable Moto-Ski parts and accessories that can meet or exceed all of your requirements. Last but not least, our Moto-Ski accessories and parts are offered at an affordable price.

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