Snowbirds came in four bucket widths, 20", 22", 24" and 26".
the 20" are the smallest and are called "snow chick" models.
The 26", the largest models, are identifiable with a "box" on both sides, one side is the carb heater box,
the other is the gas tank, but they were made so the box looks basically the same on both sides,
so they are symmetrical with a box on each side:
while the 22" and 24" only have a box on one side:
This one (the one Big Ed posted) looks like a 22" model probably..(im not that good at telling them apart yet!)
They arent in high demand..very few people are interested in them. They are worth the same as any other 1960's snowblower..
maybe a little less even, because parts might be hard to find. an Ariens of the same year would probably be worth a bit more.
This one is missing the heater box. If everything works, I wouldnt pay any more than $200 for it..
I paid $25 for my non-running 1961 Snowbird.
I would like to find a nice operating 26" model.
I think the parts situation is their major drawback.