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PINZGAUER 718 TD 6x6 TMV Ambulance Expedition Overlander Camper new MoT


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£29,500 ono. No VAT. Private sale. Possible p/x Pinz 716 or 718 hard top.

This Pinzgauer has come direct from the RAF and was operational until recently at RAF Coningsby, one of two Quick Reaction Alert stations, home to Typhoons and the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. If you look at Alamy photo stock, you'll see my ambulance charging down the runway!

As an operational ambulance, it's maintained excellently so that it doesn't let anyone down at a time of need. I have also fully serviced it with genuine Pinzgauer parts and had professionally fitted the usual new cambelt, water pump pulleys, belts etc. I have also fitted two new 95Ah heavy duty batteries (with 4 year warranties) ahead of this winter. It has a new MoT with no advisories.

It's only done under 50,000 miles since entering service, having been manufactured on 30 March 2000. This is one of the last SDP Pinzgauers made in Graz, Austria before manufacturing and rights were moved to Guildford.

I am also really pleased to have obtained a fully signwritten RAF ambulance from RAF Medical Services as normally they are stripped.
 

Pinzgauer
> Model 718 6x6
> TMV (Trauma Management Vehicle)
> 6 cylinder 2400cc turbo diesel with intercooler
> Automatic ZF gearbox
> 2 speed ZF hi/lo transfer box
> Normally rear wheel drive (6x4)
> Optional all wheel drive (6x6)
> Switchable rear diff locks (both together)
> Switchable front diff lock
> Fully independent suspension throughout
> Portal hubs giving extreme ground clearance
> Unique 3 bar air suspension on a 6x6 for ambulance
> BF Goodrich 285 x 75 x 16 All Terrains throughout
> Spare wheel on reinforced rear door hinge
> 24V vehicle and engine
> 240V mains charging of 24V HD batteries
> Auxiliary heating
> Air conditioning
> Rechargeable emergency cab torch
> 12V and 24V cab sockets
> NATO master/slave cab mounted FV jump cable socket
> Map light
> Unusual engine coolant pre-heaters, both diesel and 240V mains immersion
> Transmission handbrake
> Power steering
> Disc brakes, including twin front calipers
> Wheel chocks
> 5000kg max vehicle mass
> 6850kg gross train weight
> 115 litre diesel tank


Ambulance body
> Fully operational
> Insulated body
> Sirens
> Front, rear and roof blue emergency strobes
> Cibie professional offroad combined spot lamp fog lights
> 12V deep cycle rear ambulance battery with engine and 240V mains charging
> 3 adjustable medic seats with seat belts in rear
> Removable stretcher with belts
> Interior roof lighting
> Various 12V accessory sockets
> Various 240V mains sockets
> Kussmaul emergency vehicle auto-eject 240V connection through cab fuseboard
> Piped Oxygen with quick release connectors
> Piped Entonox with quick release connectors

> Forced roof fan extraction
> Air conditioning
> Auxiliary Webasto diesel heating
> Two rear opening locking barn doors
> One side opening passenger door
> Window and door blackout blinds
> Side door folding step
> Rear stretcher ramp
> Plenty of locking, sliding storage
> Large rear gas strut supported steps
> Rear and side spot lamps
> Fire extinguishers
> Safety grab handles
> Emergency door and window release
> 12V automatic retracting extension lead

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How do you get to a casualty in the farmers field outside the perimeter fence?

Its why Crash Gates are provided and may also include the provision of bridging across rivers.

RAF Leeming had for many years a Triple / Triple Bailey bridge, (possiby 150 - 200ft span) over the Swale at one of it's crash gates leading to fields.

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44 minutes ago, ploughman said:

How do you get to a casualty in the farmers field outside the perimeter fence?

Its why Crash Gates are provided and may also include the provision of bridging across rivers.

RAF Leeming had for many years a Triple / Triple Bailey bridge, (possiby 150 - 200ft span) over the Swale at one of it's crash gates leading to fields.

I think that the army were not very pleased to have one aircrew with three medics in an exceptional 6x6 when their soldiers were 4 up in a Defender with one medic. So I am told!

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These were also used by the Navy on their airfields and are still in service, we had one at work for some time (ex RAF Akrotiri) with an electrical fault that no-one could sort out. I would have loved to have had it to make a  camper out of it but it went to Withams and sold for over £16K!

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