What better car to feature on Memorial Day than an army green 4×4 ready for the next war or a camping trip with your kids. Either way, the Pinzgauer High Mobility All Terrain Vehicle is a family of 4X4 military
vehicles built from
1971 to 2000 by Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG in Graz, Austria. The Pinzgaur was named after a breed of Austrian horse and will climb hills like it has 4 legs, all the while returning decent fuel economy for a “military” vehicle. Find this 1983 Pinzgauer 710K Radio Truck currently bidding for $8,100 reserve-not-met with 4 days to go, located in Pompamo Beach, FL.
The 710K denotes a 4X4 model (712 models are 6X6) with a hardtop
station wagon style setup (M is soft-top 10-passenger, T is flat bed and
AMB are ambulance varieties). Out of all the Pinzgauer setups it is
the most friendly for crazy person who might want to drive something like this everyday. If you had a short commute over a rocky terrain with a mild risk of small arms fire (like commuting through many neighborhoods in LA or Detroit) this would make some sense.
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