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Donate and get your PINZGAUER GOODIES here!

Post by VinceAtReal4x4s » Tue Aug 15, 2017 3:16 am

I think Austrian, Swedish and German 4x4's are the coolest machines on earth.

I run this forum as a hobby and it takes my personal time and money.

Whenever you feel like it's worth it, support is always appreciated. Here are options:

Click on the ad (top/right) if something catches your eye. They send a small payment yearly, based on ad clicks.

Tell Scott at Expedition Imports that you saw his ad here; he sponsors the site annually!

Or there is a paypal "Donate" button near the top of each page. You pick whatever you want to send.


And the last option: BUY A HIGH QUALITY VINYL STICKER OR FRIDGE MAGNET!

Non-US buyers: add $2 for postage and use the donate button at the top of the page; just make a note in the payment about which item you want.
Pick item. (Paypal or credit card)
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Re: Donate and get your PINZGAUER GOODIES here!

Post by rmel » Thu Dec 21, 2017 10:54 am

Yikes! Years almost over, just kicked in my voluntary "Annual fee" :)

Looking back over the past 12 months I can honestly say that without
this Forum, getting recommendations from those who have been there
done that, repairs and projects would have been trial and error with
more error than trial :( That's worth a lot to me so I contribute.

I can also say Vince runs a fantastic forum, it's always courteous and
professional. And I know that this is a passion for Vince and out of his
pocket. This Service does not run off a Mac Mini in his closet :wink:

Cheers,

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Post by VinceAtReal4x4s » Tue Jan 28, 2020 7:27 pm

Ran out of magnets for now.
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Post by whitesik » Wed Jan 29, 2020 8:48 am

I understand it's probably low volume but as a 710k owner i feel left out.
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Not so new owner but still a novice

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Post by rmel » Wed Jan 29, 2020 9:31 am

Just paid my annual subscription :wink:
No rush on the magnets -- no worries.

Like I say every year !! I'd be screwed without the info
and advise (free) I get out of this Forum.

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Post by VinceAtReal4x4s » Wed Jan 29, 2020 11:43 am

Yeah sorry but it is very low volume. I didn't have that many to begin with and it took more than two years to move those, plus most people have a 710M. It's hard to order new ones much less more unique ones since there are minimums and, for example, there was probably a month+ gap between sending one out at times. On top of the low numbers, the art-work to have them made isn't as simple as it might seem plus I can't draw at all so I have to hire someone to do it.

It's a break-even hobby at the end. Maybe I can come up with something new if I see a deal somewhere. A Pinz pen or something...

A massive thank you Ron! ..and to the handful of guys that help each year! :)
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