The November 10, 1962 issue of Eagle (England) published a cutaway image of the Alaska Freight Lines Sno-Freighter. While the drawing is inaccurate on a few details, it shows the general ideas well. I was talking with Dale Hardy about the image; he pointed out the control car’s front axle and how it would be unable to steer. The Sno-Freighter used pivot ball steering with an AC motor and gearing as a mechanism to move the entire front axle. The gears, or drivers in the wheels also had three gears, not five. I got lost in the drawing for a little bit. I hope that you do too!