Visit to the Johann Puch Museum (I)
 
Visit to the Johann Puch Museum (I)
 
Mercedes G - Puch G
Links
Videos
Pictures of my G
Pictures of my ML320
My previous G-Wagen
Military G-Wagens
The Peugeot P-4
The Panhard G
The G-Wagen's forefathers
Visit to the Salonika factory (report)
Visit to the Salonika factory (pictures)
Visit to the Graz Factory (I)
Visit to the Graz Factory (II)
Visit to the Graz Factory (III)
Visit to the Graz Factory (IV)
Visit to the Graz Factory (V)
Visit to the Johann Puch Museum (I)
Visit to the Johann Puch Museum (II)
Visit to the Johann Puch Museum (III)
Tschiewagon's garage
25th Anniversary Treffen in Merklingen, Germany, June 2004 (Report)
Trip to Merklingen Treffen (Pics)
Merklingen Treffen (Pics - I )
Merklingen Treffen (Pics - II )
Merklingen Treffen (Pics - III )
Merklingen Treffen (Pics - IV )

   

 
Click here for the Johann Puch Museum webpage here
The Johann Puch Museum is located in the south of Graz right at the place where Johann Puch produced his first motorcycles and cars.
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A very happy man at the entrance to the museum
 
Steyr-Puch Hafingers and Pinzgauers
Please visit my webpage about some Steyr-Puch Hafingers and Pinzgauers doing what they know best: offroading!
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Posing in front of a very early Puch chassis
 
 
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One rare Schneewiesel (Snowweasel), made by Toni Kahlbacher
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Cute Haflinger ambulance in "as new" restored condition
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Late Haflingers such as this had a fiberglass cab with rounded forms
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This army Haflinger was fitted with wider Fiat-sourced rims
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A Haflinger fitted with snowplough
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One of the six Noriker prototypes in existence, based on VW LT 4x4
 
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Both the Golf II Country and the Transporter Syncro were made by SDP
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A wonderful Haflinger firefighter again in pristine restored condition
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The badge of an Austrian army spec Pinzgauer
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The BOSS sticker looks completely out of place...
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US-spec Haflingers had bigger headlamps, thus nicknamed "Frogeyes"
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Rear of the Haflinger ambulance... a dwarfs' campervan?