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Pinzgauer Greater Manchester Fire Service
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No: 2554   Contributor: Neil Constantine   Year: 2007   Manufacturer: Steyr   Country: United Kingdom
Pinzgauer Greater Manchester Fire Service

Pinzgauer all terrain vehicle from W51 Bolton North Greater Manchester County Fire Service.
Picture added on 24 March 2007
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Does this vehicle still have its trailer and if so what does it carry?
Any plans to replace this as its a t reg?

Added by Danny jones on 21 July 2012.
I hope the coffin on the roof does not contain anything heavy. The Pinzgauer already has a propensity to roll, even before adding items on the roof!

Added by Rob Johnson on 24 August 2014.
The Pnz makes an excellent and reliable off road Fire Appliance , used by all the armed forces in a variety of roles includind fire and ambulance varieties it is a proven chassis with simply outstanding offroad capabilities , it has good wheelbase dimension with nice wide stance and I drove one in the army and I dont recall the propensity to roll stated in a previous thread , i do however wondered at thier offroad capabilty as did other foriegn forces who couldnt believe its capability , we had Bremachs that rolled and were sold off before someone got killed perhaps thats what the gentleman was thinking about , they are noisey with lousey gearchange mechanism but all in all excellent!

Added by Jay on 31 August 2014.
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