The LeTourneau Sno-Train, or LCC-1, is propped up at the Yukon Transportation Museum in Whitehorse, YT. Inside the Sno-Train, the instrument panel sits, largely in tact. LeTourneau built the Sno-Train using simple and modular parts. Instead of an accelerator pedal, LeTourneau used a potentiometer, the large round object in the middle of the instrument panel. The speedometer, tachometer, engine hours gauge, and a couple of switches are missing. Not bad for a machine over 65 years old!
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