1972 Pinzgauer 710M

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1972 Pinzgauer 710M
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Mileage
68675 mi
Engine
Air-Cooled 2.4-Liter Inline-Four
Transmission
Manual
Body style
Truck

Vehicle story

The Steyr-Daimler-Puch Pinzgauer is renowned as one of the toughest and most capable off-road vehicles of its time, particularly among the military service members who used them extensively on deployment.

Steyr-Daimler-Puch named the Pinzgauer for the Austrian breed of horse, now commonly known as the Noriker, which became famous for its ability cross varied terrain over the Alps from Austria to Italy. It has built a cult following.

The first Pinzgauers were delivered to customers in 1971, almost all of whom were militaries including the armed forces of the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Austria, the United States, Malaysia, New Zealand, Argentina, Bolivia, Cyprus, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, and Venezuela.

Amazing authentic addition to props to raise the value of any independent film production. Still used by the military and NATO to this day. Even British royalty currently use this vehicle for major events such as military demonstrations and funerals. Perfect for major productions as well.

Soldiers quickly came to praise this vehicle for its easy driving and for its load carrying capacity – they can transport up to 10 people or two NATO pallets. Pinzgauer’s primary competition – the Land Rover Defender, the Unimog, and the Humvee.

The Details
Original Price: 120,000 USD
Vehicle: Pinzgauer 710
Engine: 2.5L four-cylinder air-cooled, Puch
Power (hp): 92 @ 4,000 rpm
Torque (lb-ft): 132 @ 2,000 rpm
Bore & stroke (in): 3.62 x 3.70
Comp. ratio: 8.0:1 (7.5:1 optional @ 87hp)
Transmission: 5-spd ZF
Transfer case: 2-spd, low-range 1.69:1
Front axle: swing, portal type
Rear axle: swing, portal type
Axle ratio: 2.846:1 in diff, 2.266 in hub, 6.43:1 overall
Tires: 245-16C
L x W x H (in): 164 x 68 x 81/192 x 68 x 81
Wheelbase (in): 86.6/79
GVW (lbs): 6,800/8,500
Curb weight (lbs): 4,300/5,200
Fuel capacity (gal): 20
Min. grd. clearance (in): 14.6
Approach angle (deg): 45
Departure angle (deg): 45
Ramp breakover (deg): 152

Engine

100Bhp/100lbs torque

Wheels and tires

Factory 17” with 33’s

Brakes

Drum front and Back

Transmission

5 Speed

Policies

Fuel policy
Return with the same amount
Mileage limit
100 mi per day
Weather
Host's discretion
Overage rate/mi
0.75

Pick-up / Return location

Location
Redondo Beach, CA
Delivery option
Available

Pick-up instructions

Please call or text for your pickup instructions and location. A quick test drive to demonstrate driving skill may be required.

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Driving

Approved drivers will operate the car on public roads.

Event

This is intended for non-driving uses like photo shoots and static displays. The car will need to be delivered by the host to the guest's location.

Chauffeured

Host or their approved agent drives the guest in the car. This option is popular for weddings or other special events.

Driving

Approved drivers will operate the car on public roads.

Event

This is intended for non-driving uses like photo shoots and static displays. The car will need to be delivered by the host to the guest's location.

Chauffeured

Host or their approved agent drives the guest in the car. This option is popular for weddings or other special events.

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