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ARCTIC CAT HOMECOMING – COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF DISPLAY UNITS

I’ve been sharing some photos of the collectors that will be in attendance at the Arctic Cat 60th Homecoming Collectors show July 15-16 in Thief River Falls, but thought you’d enjoy seeing a comprehensive list (to date) by model year of all the Arctic Cat units that will be on display as well as extensive displays of Parts, Garments and Accessories! It truly is impressive reading through this list and it has been growing daily! This is going to be one heck of a show! Enjoy – Kale

1000-FEET OF CLOTHING RACKS AND COLLECTIBLES

300-FEET OF ARCTIC CAT MARKETING AND ADVERTISING MATERIALS

ARCTIC CAT MINI-BIKE AND KITTY CAT DISPLAY 

KING CAT RACING DISPLAY (40X40)

1968 PANTHER CORMICAN

1960’S

1962 POLAR SERIAL #001

1963 MODEL 1000 4X4 

1964 MODEL 170

1965 MODEL 120/140 PROTOTYPE

1965 ROGER SKIME DOLLAR LAKE RACE SLED 

1966 460D

1966 P-15 HIRTH 300

1966 MODEL 141D

1967 FACTORY RACER HIRTH DRONE

1968 500 HIRTH OPPOSED

1968 PANTHER CORMICAN

1969 PANTHER CORMICAN

1969 PANTHER 744 FREE AIR

1969 ROGER JANSEN 744 PANTHER

1974 Arctic Cat Sno Pro – Ische Family Collection

1970’S

1970 I-500 PANTHER

1970 PANTHER CORMICAN

1970 PUMA

1970 PUMA RESTO MOD

1971 FORMULA II

1971 EXT

1971 EXT

1971 EXT SPECIAL

1971 KING KAT 4CYL

1971 KING KAT 650

1971 KING KAT 800

1971 KING KAT 800 4CYL

1971 KITTY CAT PROTOTYPE

1971 PUMA PROTOTYPE

1971 PUMA Z

1972 EXT

1972 EXT 650

1972 PUMA RESTO MOD

1972 TURF TIGER

1972 TURF TIGER

1973 ALLEY CAT

1973 ALLEY CAT

1973 EXT 340

1973 EXT 440

1973 EXT 650

1973 EXT 650

1973 EXT 650 PORTER

1973 EXT 800

1973 FORMULA II

1973 FORMULA II

1973 KITTY CAT

1974 EL TIGRE

1974 I-500 EL TIGRE

1974 PORTER SPECIAL

1974 SNO PRO

1975 340 Z

1975 340 Z

1975 CHEETAH

1975 SNO PRO

1976 250 Z

1976 440 Z

1976 440 Z

1976 CROSS COUNTRY

1976 EL TIGRE PILOT BUILD

1976 SNO PRO

1977 1/2 SNO PRO

1977 250 Z

1977 440 Z

1978 SNO PRO

1979 EL TIGRE 6000

1979 SNO PRO

1985 El Tigre 6000

1980’S

1980 El TIGRE 6000

1980 FACTORY SNO PRO

1980 SNO PRO (CONSUMER)

1980 SNO PRO (SWEDEN)

1980 SNO PRO W/81 UPDATE KIT

1982 PANTHER LONG TRACK WITH 1981 SNO CUTTER SLEIGH 

1985 COUGAR PILOT BUILD

1985 EL TIGRE 6000 PILOT BUILD

1986 CHEETAH LONG TRACK PROTOTYPE 

1986 EL TIGRE 6000

1988 WILDCAT 650

1988 WILDCAT 650 PILOT BUILD

1989 EL TIGRE EXT PILOT BUILD

1989 WILDCAT MOUNTAIN CAT

I don’t believe Kirk Hibbert’s 93 ZR440 I-500 winner will be on display (above), but there will be EVERY version of the ZR440 Sno Pro from 1993-2001 on display from one collector, Paul Bergman.

1990’S

1990 PROWLER PILOT BUILD

1991 JAG AFS SPECIAL GARY WALTON RACE SLED

1992 ½ EXT 550 EFI PILOT BUILD

1992 T/S PROWLER STURGEON MOD

1993 THUNDERCAT (MINT)

1993 ZR 440

1993 ZR 580 (RESTORED)

1993 ZR440 SNO PRO

1994 ZR440 SNO PRO

1995 ZR440 SNO PRO

1995 ZRT 600 PILOT BUILD

1996 BEARCAT 454 4X4 SERIAL #001

1996 FIII BRIAN STURGEON 

1996 ZR 440 KIRK HIBBERT I-500/TUCKER’S WEST YELLOWSTONE RACER

1996 ZR 580 EFI ETT

1996 ZR440 SNO PRO

1997 EXT (NEW)

1997 PUMA (NEW)

1997 ZR440 SNO PRO

1998 ZR 440 BLAIR MORGAN STOCK RACER (ORANGE)

1998 ZR 500 JANUARY PILOT BUILD 

1998 ZR440 SNO PRO

1999 ZR440 SNO PRO

There will be one, SVX 450 Snow Bike on display. Above, Tucker Hibbert airs one out for some marketing images in 2016.

2000’S

FIRECAT SKINNY #1 PROTOTYPE

FIRECAT SKINNY #2 PROTOTYPE

FIRECAT SKINNY #3 PROTOTYPE

FIRECAT SKINNY #4 PROTOTYPE

2000 ZR440 SNO PRO

2001 PANTHER 340 (NEW)

2001 T/S RACING MOD KENT IPSEN #40

2001 THUNDERCAT (MINT)

2001 ZR440 SNO PRO

2003 FIRECAT (NEW)

2003 SNO PRO MOD KENT IPSEN #40

2003 SNO PRO TJ GULLA X GAMES GOLD MEDAL WINNER 

2003/2004 T/S RACING 780SX CHASSIS ASSEMBLED BY RUSS EBERT FOR TUCKER HIBBERT IN 2003 AND RACED BY DAN EBERT IN 2004 

2004 SNO PRO 440 OLAH RACING TREVOR JOHN #85

2004 SNO PRO P.U.T.S #1 

2005 SNO PRO 800 FACTORY MOD SHAUN CRAPO #3 

2006 SNO PRO 600 FACTORY MOD DAN EBERT/TUCKER HIBBERT X GAMES 

2006  SNO PRO 600 FACTORY MOD ROBBIE MALINOSKI POINTS CHAMP 

2006 SNO PRO FACTORY MOD SHAUN CRAPO 

2007 PANTHER 4-STROKE 

2008 ZR 6000 SX (NEW)

2009 SNO PRO 600 OPEN MOD RYAN SIMONS

2009/2010 SNO PRO 600 OPEN MOD TUCKER HIBBERT

2011 F6 TODD PALIN IRON DOG 2ND PLACE

2011 SNO PRO SEMI PRO OPEN CHAMP CODY THOMSEN #

2012 SNO PRO 600 PRO OPEN MOD LOGAN CHRISTIAN #43 

2012 SNO PRO #3 TUCKER HIBBERT MOD

2013 SNO PRO FACTORY MOD CODY THOMSEN

2017 600 EFI OPEN MOD LOGAN CHRISTIAN #43

2017 SVX 450 SNO BIKE

2017 ZR 6000XC WINNIPEG-BEMIDJI I-500 WINNER

2018 SNO PRO ANSON SCHEELE POINTS CHAMP

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9 COMMENTS

  1. I’d love to see those Firecat prototypes. The sheer speed that the Firecats represented, the unconventional ideas, and perhaps my age at the time cemented my eternal awe of the F2 chassis. My F7 will certainly never be sold.

  2. Kale,
    Hopefully you will take a copious amount of photos and post them with title / description on the Insider site for those of us unable to make the event.

    • 71 might be a mistake? Think that should be 73, but Im no expert. Maybe someone can weigh in on this topic? I do know the Formula II was a limited build oval sled. The 2008 ZR6000SX listed is an 08 snocross sled.

  3. I am leaning towards a Typo for the 1971 F2, however I have learned to never say never about Arctic Cat. The number of F2’s built for the 1973 Season is debated. CJ Ramstaad said it was only 50. However I found a couple during my research in the 1990’s that indicated it was more like 175. Where the gray area comes into play is the ones that were FINISHED. When the USSA dropped the hammer on minimum weight regulations my research indicated that Cat was in the middle of race sled building. The minimum weight restriction pretty much killed the reason for the F2’s existence, so the old timers told me. So things pointed to a lot of chassis being shelved or sleds being left incomplete. All I know for certain is there were a fair amount of F2’s sprinkled around the East and raced for years on both snow and grass. Several were upgraded with engine swaps and these would later show up at vintage shows that I was at. I have wished for years to talk to the race shop employees of that time, and solve this riddle, but I wouldn’t have a clue who is still alive and who would know the truth. Besides, who’s going to talk to an amature sled history buff? I never was able to get the secret handshake invite. I had to call old dealers and racers and big time collectors and pick their brains to get the information that became the EXT Arcticles for the Boss Cat website. Someday I will update those, as they are approaching 25 years since I started the project.

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