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Pinzgauer Petrol 710/712

By the way, as with the Steyr-Puch Haflinger, the name “Pinzgauer” also comes from a typical farm animal in Austria. Pinzgauers are named after the Pinzgau region in the federal state of Salzburg. These cattle were mainly kept in high and sloping terrain and are characterised by being good draught cattle and very surefooted.



The first model range (710/712) was built from 1971 to 1985, exclusively with an air-cooled, four-cylinder, in-line engine (Puch in-house development: 2.5 l with 62-66 kW, in the civil design 2.7 litre, 76 kW with K-Jetronic). Around 30,000 of these off-road giants were built. For our Pinzgauer Petrol 710-712, we have almost everything in the PUCH spare parts programme, from A for axles to Z for Z-bar. There are different spare parts for each model.

Dimensions (4×4 / 6×6):
  • Height: 2045 mm / 2045 mm
  • Length: 4170 mm / 4950 mm
  • Width: 1790 mm / 1790 mm
  • Permissible total weight: 3000 kg / 3500–3900 kg
  • Climbing ability: 100%

Products & Spare Parts
  • 710 M – Soft top
  • 710 K – Box body
  • 710 T – Flatbed
  • 710 AMB-Y – Ambulance
  • 710 AMB-S – Ambulance with portable shelter
  • 712 M – Soft top
  • 712 K – Box body
  • 712 FLA – Gun carrier
  • 712 W – Workshop with portable shelter
  • 712 DK – Metal double cab with flatbed behind
  • 712 T – Flatbed
  • 712 AMB-S – Ambulance with portable shelter
  • 712 FW – Fire brigade
  • 712 REC – Rescue vehicle