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JungleJudah
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New 710M owner in Dallas, TX

Post by JungleJudah » Sun Apr 12, 2020 9:07 am

Yesterday I purchased a 710M from Andre at Fat Fabrications! I live in Dallas, Texas (although may be moving as considering new career options) and am excited to join the Pinz community as I am a first time Pinz owner. I look forward to connecting with you to learn more about the Pinz. So I will be on these forums to learn and ask questions and contribute/share what I can.

The 710M I purchased is basic setup, but great condition. I will be looking into adding customizations. Any ideas, plans, advice, wisdom to share are welcome! Although before I make upgrades beyond very simple, I'll probably drive around as-is and practice maintenance for awhile to learn what I currently have!
I hope to make this my daily driver as well as expedition vehicle, but we'll see how it works (if I can tolerate it) as daily driver or if it ends up just as my expedition vehicle.

thanks,
Judah Epstein
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Re: New 710M owner in Dallas, TX

Post by murrayjp » Sun Apr 12, 2020 12:10 pm

welcome and enjoy your new ride.

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Re: New 710M owner in Dallas, TX

Post by Fentonite » Sun Apr 12, 2020 9:20 pm

I was high bidder on that 710 (eBay), but didn’t hit reserve. I’ve dealt with Andre some in the past, and am certain you got a quality rig - congrats!! I really like your paint scheme.

I sold my 710M a few years ago, and regretted it ever since. Assuming things go as planned, I’ll take delivery of my next one in less than two weeks. Fingers crossed.

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Re: New 710M owner in Dallas, TX

Post by TechMOGogy » Tue Apr 14, 2020 2:59 pm

Congrats and welcome to the club!!
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Re: New 710M owner in Dallas, TX

Post by dokatd » Thu May 28, 2020 12:09 am

I didn’t just see you driving on Preston tonight did I?

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Re: New 710M owner in Dallas, TX

Post by JungleJudah » Thu May 28, 2020 9:08 am

Dokatd, yeah I was on Preston yesterday evening!
Do you have a Pinzgauer? If so, we should meet up. I am still learning.

Fentonite, yeah, I was originally thinking I wanted the color of all Green. But now I do really like the color scheme that I have (tan and green)! Hopefully you acquired the 710M that you were recently in process to purchase.

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Re: New 710M owner in Dallas, TX

Post by pinzinator » Thu May 28, 2020 11:00 am

Andre is a certified installer for PinzSSI, the electronic ignition. You may want to ask him about it.

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Re: New 710M owner in Dallas, TX

Post by dokatd » Thu May 28, 2020 9:29 pm

I used to own a 712. I currently have a C303 and 3 Unimog’s of different sizes. I was passing through the intersection in my wife’s Silver Gwagon when I saw you getting ready to make the left turn off Preston. PM me if you like, I live near Preston and Frankford.
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Thu May 28, 2020 9:08 am
Dokatd, yeah I was on Preston yesterday evening!
Do you have a Pinzgauer? If so, we should meet up. I am still learning.

Fentonite, yeah, I was originally thinking I wanted the color of all Green. But now I do really like the color scheme that I have (tan and green)! Hopefully you acquired the 710M that you were recently in process to purchase.

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