Steyr-Puch Haflinger and Pinzgauer (I)
 
Steyr-Puch Haflinger and Pinzgauer (I)
 
My Popular Classics - Mis Clásicos
Not yet classics...
My 1987 SEAT Marbella L
Steyr-Puch Haflinger and Pinzgauer (I)
Steyr-Puch Haflinger and Pinzgauer (II)
Hontanares 2007 (I)

Hontanares 2007 (II)
Hontanares 2008 (I)
Hontanares 2008 (II)
Hontanares 2008 (III)
Hontanares 2008 (IV)
Museo del Aire

   
       
 
Steyr-Puch was a small-scale manufacturer of all-terrain vehicles, that designed and made the Pinzgauer, Haflinger and Noriker.
Johann Puch Museum, Graz
This is a link to the visit I paid to the Johann Puch Museum in Graz, Austria, in March 2008
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In addition, Steyr-Puch co-developed, together with Mercedes-Benz, the Mercedes G / Puch G
Visit to the Graz Factory
All Steyr-Puch vehicles as well as the Mercedes G / Puch G were made at Graz factory
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This is a Haflinger 700 AP, pictured at Slab Common in Hampshire, November 2003
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It has a 5-speed gearbox with crawling 1st gear but no transfer case...
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But its secret weapons are the portal axles and the front an rear differential locks
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This is a Pinzgauer Turbodiesel, fitted with a VW 6-cylinder engine
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The Pinzgauer does have a transfer box with hi-low gears
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The Haflinger has a 4-stroke aircooled 2 cylinder boxer engine, with just 27 BHP
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Comes with rear-wheel-drive and connectable front axle...
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Its minimum and maximum speeds are 3.3 and 75 Km/h respectively
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It has 105 BHP and it is also fitted with portal axles and diff locks on all axles
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These pictures were taken at the Brick Kiln farm, Alton, Hampshire, in May 2005
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