The automotive brands 500, 650, 700 and Haflinger cross-country vehicles were fabricated between the years of 1957 and 1975 in Graz-Thondorf in the Austrian province Styria and came in various forms and styles. The engine in these vehicles was the same for all makes and models - an air-cooled two-cylinder four-stroke cycle engine (spark ignition). The Haflinger model was the only one fabricated entirely in the Steyr Puch plant. Other cars and stationwagon models were manufactured under a license with the Fiat company. The last item in this variety of models is the Steyr-Fiat 126 Puch. For this model, unaltered Fiat 126 models from Turin were equipped with an original Puch-engine.

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