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In 1964, Steyr-Daimler-Puch started developing the Haflinger's larger brother: The Pinzgauer. Pilot production started in 1969, series production in 1971. Similar to the Haflinger, the Pinzgauer also has a backbone tube chassis with swing axles. Main customers were the Austrian and the Swiss Armies. In the early 80s, the Pinzgauer underwent a major redesign with the main new feature being a turbocharged VW Diesel engine. The Pinzgauer Turbo D was produced in Graz from 1985 until 2000 and then for some more years under license by Automotive Technik Ltd. in Great Britain.

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