Pinzgauer 718 Colorado [PINZ718]
My buddy Dr. Tom and I take the Pinz for it's first off road trip after I
rebuilt the engine. Details of that are at D24T.com under the engines
We roughly doubled the miles on the new engine, from 102, adding 116
Pinzgauer 2 Light Utility Vehicle | Military-Today.com
http://www.military-today.com/trucks/pinzgauer_2.htm The Pinzgauer 2, or
second generation, was developed in the 1980s by Steyr-Daimler-Puch. It is
a further development of the original Pinzgauer. First vehicle of the new
line was produced in 1986. Since it's introduction the second generation
Pinzgauer went through several minor revisions. Currently production rights
of this military vehicle belong to BAE Systems and the Pinzgauer 2 is still
in production. It is in service with Austria, Malaysia, New Zealand,
Switzerland, United Kingdom and some other countries.
Six Wheelers / Amphibious ATVs
This is some footage of http://www.6x6world.com 's semi-annual six wheeler
ride at Busco Beach ATV park in Goldsboro, NC from the weekend of April
15-17, 2011. With strong storms rolling through the area that produced
sizable tornadoes, several members had to cancel their plans to attend the
event, but even so, there were around 50 6x6 World members and over 30 six
and eight wheel amphibious ATVs that made it.
The footage in this video shows several different ATVs manufactured by
Argo, Max, Attex and Hustler. It's interesting to watch the different
models and how they excel in certain situations compared to each other.
Busco Beach offers many different types of terrain to ride in from sand to
mud but we typically find most of our trail rides end up in the muddier
trails on the outskirts of the river that surrounds the park. That is
where the majority of this video was shot.
Pinzgauer Ligth Weight Truck!
Pinzgauer Ligth Weight Truck! Manufactured in Guildford, Surrey, UK. The
Pinzgauer was originally developed in the 1960s by Steyr-Daimler-Puch in
Steyr Puch Pinzgauer with 4x4 and 6x6 configuration 2.5 liter engine
with 4 cylinders in line with the exception of certain variants as 712
"ambulances" that equipped 2.7-liter engines.
Pinzgauer El todo-terreno de peso ligero . Apto para uso militar como
Los Pinzgauer fueron fabricados en Guildford, Surrey, Reino Unido.
Desarrollados originalmente en la década de 1960 por Steyr-Daimler-Puch de
Pinzgauer cuentan con mecanicas 4x4 y 6x6 Motores de 2.5 litros con 4
cilindros en linea ha excepción de ciertas variantes como la 712
destinadas a ambulancias que equipaban un motor de 2.7 litros.
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