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1974 Pinzgauer 710M


For some amazing and unknown reason, there is a student at the university I work for who has a 6-wheeled Pinzgauer 712M. It is a refreshingly absurd choice in the mass of A4s, Jettas, and tuned BMWs. Yeah, it’s a rich kid making a crazy choice, but I appreciate the creativity.

You know what could make it even cooler? Tracks. Big-ass, go-anywhere, drive-over-Jettas tank tracks. The seller claims they cost $35k new, helping alleviate the fact that the $27k asking price is significantly higher than most of the old military vehicles we feature here. With or without them it’s going to need some love, as the interior is pretty beat. Luckily, the 4-cylinder was made to run on the lowest possible octane, meaning you could pretty much pee in the gas tank and it’d still climb a tree.

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Year: 1974
Model: 710M
Engine: 2.5 liter inline-4
Transmission: 2-range 5-speed manual
Mileage: 50,000 mi
Price: $27,500 Buy It Now

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Exceptional condition, New Paint. Fluids Changed, new boots. All systems working and checked by professional mechanic. This Pinzgauer 710M is in better than average condition. Freshly gone through by a certified mechanic.

Mat Tracks are like new, cost over $35,000 alone. The 710M also has original tires and wheels included. See for more information.

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A pretty hilarious package all in all. The exterior is awesome but the incongruously crappy interior is a bummer. But who cares about that when you’re going places no wheeled vehicle can follow? $27,500 is a bit steep for me when it comes to toys, but if you want to out-Tonka Tonka Trucks, get after it.



  1. Ken
    Ken January 17, 2014

    You know how you see something you never even knew existed and suddenly realize how much you need it…? I think this is it.

    I really do enjoy GCFSB

  2. Fred Deuel
    Fred Deuel January 18, 2014

    Well it’s snowing here in NY, not really the kinds of conditions I like to take my E24 out in. I think this would be perfect to take for a drive right now, and all the rest of winter.

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