The Sierra Trail Boss was introduced in 1969 by Veseley Company in Lapeer, Michigan. Due to financial strain, it was sold to Sierra Industries, Inc of Okemos, Michigan sometime after 1970, then later traded hands to Dowling Enterprises of Brown City, Michigan. There are plenty of surviving examples.
One of the most notable features was a dual transmission system and the ability to change directions without shifting. Sierra Trail Boss could maneuver through tight wooded areas, and swim quickly across water. The extended body design provided comfort for passengers but hindered approach angles.
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