Arctic Cat has a long, wonderful history of producing beautiful beasts that reflect the brand’s go-for-it attitude.
One such example is this stunning 1970 Panther 793 that’s part of the Ische family collection.
Packing the sound and fury of a open-piped Hirth 793 triple, this magnificent Panther was one of just 94 produced for the 1970 model year.
I can almost feel the thunder, see the tremor and gasp at the bloody ears of those few owners who fired-up these beasts!
Three kill switches…one for each cylinder!
Why yes, I am thirsty for some more fuel.
Thanks to the Ische family for allowing us to take these photos.
Got a sweet cut down seat like the new race sleds….
Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing this piece of Arctic Cat history.
what brand and number of sparkplug do you use?
i feel like i have a firing problemon one cylinder
change the coil of position , didn’t change much