You wish I would leave. But I've got a fish on the line (you), and I'll play awhile before gaffing you.
Again you opened your mouth too son. Seems to be what you're known for.
As for Polaris, of course they make snowmobiles. That was how they got started in business. Snow machines were their first product line.
You should quit acting stupid while you're behind.
"Edgar Hetteen, who was described by the Snowmobile Hall of Fame in St. Germain, Wisconsin, as the father of the snowmobile, and Allan Hetteen, were partners in Hetteen Hoist and Derrick Shop in Roseau, Minnesota. Edgar had dropped out of school after the eighth grade in 1934. Their employees, David Johnson, partnered with Paul Knochenmus, and Orlen Johnson, who was the first person ever to ride a Polaris, decided to create a vehicle that could travel through snow. These vehicles' primary use was to make hunting locations more accessible. The employees worked overtime to finish their concept model in 1954. After creating it using a grain silo conveyor belt as a track and an old Chevy bumper for skis, they had the first snowmachine. After returning from a trip, Edgar was shown the machine, but was skeptical of its value and was disappointed that the group had spent company time and materials on the machine. The No 1 sled was soon sold to Roseau lumberyard owner "Silver Pete" H.F. Peterson for $465 in order to meet company payroll."
Of course, an idiot like you likely don't know that these American machines are powered by engines made by Subaru.
You know what? "Fenris" has a sucker on the line. You. Acocksucker.