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I have no general interest in somewhere it's cold enough in the winter to need one. However, they are very cool, and make a lot of sense. I'm sure that they're expensive.
Q#1: (Asked by old guys like me) What length extension cord does it have?Q#2 (asked by millennials): Does it come standard with WiFi access?Q#3 (Asked by Democrats roughly Bernie or Nancy's age ) Does the heater work better than my 1964 VW Beetle's did?
I wanna know what happens if the hitch fails while full throttle? You get stranded and the contraption goes cross country whillie nillie?
How nice, a massive mobile battery pack, and oh yeah, you can drag along behind, too. If you want.
It won't fly, pun intended, Caterpillar tried a gas powered unit that was similar in the early 60s and it was a failure. Bombardier's Ski-Doo ruled.
In the mid to late 60's we had a near copy of this, a Hus-Ski. This was before FMC and Bolens bought the company and moved it to Canada. For a early snowmobile, it was a tank to turn at low speeds, at speed it would turn on a dime. It also had a 10hp JLO engine that was a pain to start, but once it got going, it would run most of the time. http://snowridermag.com/encyclopedia/2009/10/hus-ski-snowmobile/