Snowmobile: Bombardier’s Dream Machine (Junior Library Guild Selection)

In 1922, when Joseph-Armand Bombardier used to be fifteen years old he built his first snow vehicle. He had all the time loved to tinker with motors and make things go, and he dreamed of establishing a vehicle that would go over snow. His first try, the usage of a Model T Ford engine and a picket propeller, worked neatly. To Joseph-Armand’s mind, in any case. Now not such a lot his father, who made him take the contraption apart. Over time, Joseph-Armand dreamed of changing into a super mechanic and inventing machines. But if his young son died of a fever as it used to be unimaginable to get to the hospital over the snow-coated roads, Joseph-Armand applied his single-minded determination to development a vehicle that would go over snow. It took years, however he accomplished his purpose. His invention modified the way in which other people in snow united states of america lived. Inaccessible roads may just now be travelled, taking patients to hospitals, doctors and clergymen to the needy, kids to university, or even mail to residents.


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