Here’s a real nice, restored 1974 Pinzgauer 710 M that the owner tells us he picked up at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale. The “M” designation on this Pinzgauer 710 represents that it’s a 10 passenger soft top troop carrier. The 710 model delineates a 4×4 model vs a 6×6 712 example. A quick search of the Barrett-Jackson archive shows this Pinzgauer sold for $18,700 including buyer commission back in 2012. The unit appeared then to be in the exact same condition it’s being offered in now. The Scottsdale listing reads “fully restored with custom interior and top” although in the current eBay listing the seller says he had it restored to the tune of over $30,000 invested. So even if that includes his $19,000 acquisition price this old Pinny had another $12K dumped into it somewhere. Doesn’t seem to add up to me, but regardless, this Pinzgauer is for sale again in Hilton Head, South Carolina. $1,200 in transport fees probably figure into that investment somewhere as well. I doubt the new owner hammered this thing home for 2,000 miles topped out at about 60 MPH. The Pinzgauers are neat old Austrian military vehicles developed in 1969 that closely resemble the German Unimog counterparts. I prefer this 4×4 710 M model over the 712 6×6. Current bidding is in the high teens and per Barrett-Jackson records, it looks like that’s market correct.