Go Back   Team-BHP > Buckle Up > 4x4 & Off-Roading > 4x4 Excursions


Reply
 
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Old 29th September 2013, 17:15   #1
Senior - BHPian
 
Guderian's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Thane
Posts: 1,616
Thanked: 1,408 Times
Default Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

...or... I say dear chap would a spot of gardening catch your fancy ?

And this rather quaint British tone came into being thanks to the Fortuner Boys rubbing shoulders today with a pucca Brit product - the Land Rover Discovery -4.

The weather was perfect for an OTR. Very squally. Plenty of water and slush.
And we called it the T-FOG Monsoon 2013 Sign Off OTR.

In the end just this snap made all the chills and thrills worth it !
Name:  DSC02665.JPG
Views: 4072
Size:  111.4 KB

And possibly this too:
Name:  DSC02664.JPG
Views: 4105
Size:  234.3 KB

Anyway I shall now get the snaps to do their task with minimal words from my side.

Admiral and all of us started at:
Name:  DSC02583.JPG
Views: 4034
Size:  59.3 KB

Waiting for the gang ahead of Airoli Bridge.
Name:  DSC02590.JPG
Views: 4063
Size:  228.9 KB

But then seeing the heavy density truck traffic we realised that we would get squashed on the Thane - Belapur Road. So decided to go from the Mankhurd Link Road. The line up on MLR:
Name:  DSC02592.JPG
Views: 4160
Size:  240.9 KB

Vashi Bridge:
Name:  DSC02593.JPG
Views: 4081
Size:  258.2 KB


The E/W drive was fabulous:
Name:  DSC02596.JPG
Views: 3826
Size:  189.7 KB
Name:  DSC02597.JPG
Views: 3742
Size:  159.7 KB

The gathering at Kamats Khandala just before breakfast:
Name:  DSC02598.JPG
Views: 3932
Size:  279.4 KB

Not only was there a T-FOG meet but there was a HOG meet too:
Name:  DSC02600.JPG
Views: 3841
Size:  247.9 KB
Name:  DSC02601.JPG
Views: 3927
Size:  249.9 KB

The Land Rover Discovery - 4 arrives to join the Fortuners. Driven by TBHPian Mad Monkey:
Name:  DSC02602.JPG
Views: 4005
Size:  330.2 KB

Karan graciously shows the loo to Mad Monkey:
Name:  DSC02602001.JPG
Views: 3898
Size:  275.4 KB

The pre departure bhashan:
Name:  DSC02603.JPG
Views: 3816
Size:  200.3 KB

And the climb begins. No surprises here. Except that the trail was far more scenic than it was in July. Thanks to all the rains it soaked in and the vegetation. The tail was rough with very sharp stones & I was perpetually scared of them ripping the Dunlops. Thankfully the trail Gods were merciful.
Name:  DSC02604.JPG
Views: 3834
Size:  216.2 KB
Name:  DSC02605.JPG
Views: 3817
Size:  310.3 KB
Name:  DSC02606.JPG
Views: 3773
Size:  291.6 KB
Name:  DSC02607.JPG
Views: 3801
Size:  285.7 KB
Name:  DSC02608.JPG
Views: 3763
Size:  192.5 KB
Name:  DSC02609.JPG
Views: 3768
Size:  289.6 KB
Name:  DSC02610.JPG
Views: 3747
Size:  241.6 KB



The trail was delightful indeed:
Name:  DSC02613.JPG
Views: 3703
Size:  306.9 KB

As usual plenty of minor water spots:
Name:  DSC02614.JPG
Views: 3669
Size:  268.7 KB
Name:  DSC02615.JPG
Views: 3688
Size:  305.9 KB

Following Admiral:
Name:  DSC02616.JPG
Views: 3668
Size:  321.9 KB

Soon a chotta break for snaps:
Name:  DSC02618.JPG
Views: 3654
Size:  260.9 KB
Name:  DSC02619.JPG
Views: 3617
Size:  236.4 KB
Name:  DSC02622.JPG
Views: 3616
Size:  240.6 KB

Soon back on the trail:
Name:  DSC02625.JPG
Views: 3595
Size:  267.0 KB



After last visit to Rajmachi and a bit of a fiasco where some of us couldn't climb The Devil's Back - this time it was quite a determined lot. But quite a few surprised awaited us...read on...
(To be continued...)

Last edited by Samurai : 30th September 2013 at 11:17. Reason: avoid indecent pics
Guderian is offline   (13) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 29th September 2013, 18:14   #2
Senior - BHPian
 
Guderian's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Thane
Posts: 1,616
Thanked: 1,408 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Back on the trail everything seemed normal. Plenty of slush:
Name:  DSC02626.JPG
Views: 3486
Size:  256.2 KB

Narrowing trail way:
Name:  DSC02627.JPG
Views: 3457
Size:  261.4 KB

Plenty of rocky terrain:
Name:  DSC02630.JPG
Views: 3461
Size:  291.0 KB

But so delightful and soothing to the eye:
Name:  DSC02631.JPG
Views: 3440
Size:  272.0 KB
Name:  DSC02632.JPG
Views: 3411
Size:  297.2 KB

We ran past the landslide point with no issues - except guiding each other with pin point accuracy.
And were slowly inching towards The Devil's Back with great trepidation. But glory be ! Even that was despatched with minimal of fusses.

We had by then decided that we wouldn't want to enter the village at the base of the fort. As the number of vehicles was large and the vehicles were large (!) and would irritate the villagers. Instead clear the toughest climb - The Devil's Back and turn towards The Doughnut Point.

As we were inching towards our goal, this innocent looking point almost tripped us. If that was Devil's Back this was Devil's Hole !
Name:  DSC02633.JPG
Views: 3395
Size:  241.4 KB
Name:  DSC02635.JPG
Views: 3371
Size:  268.3 KB


After sweating a bit all of us made it through the hole. With Admiral discovering pleasures of gardening:
Name:  DSC02634.JPG
Views: 3361
Size:  322.4 KB

Final man Ahmed coming to the Devil's Hole:
Name:  DSC02636.JPG
Views: 3360
Size:  298.8 KB

And backing up and deciding to go around it like an astute General by- passing enemy strongholds:
Name:  DSC02637.JPG
Views: 3367
Size:  302.4 KB




The Doughnut Point Trail finally sighted !
Name:  DSC02639.JPG
Views: 3305
Size:  256.3 KB

Monaro climbs:
Name:  DSC02641.JPG
Views: 3319
Size:  230.5 KB

Venkat climbs:
Name:  DSC02642.JPG
Views: 3340
Size:  257.9 KB

Admiral reaches the top too:
Name:  DSC02643.JPG
Views: 3289
Size:  299.1 KB

All ready to charge down to the D Point:
Name:  DSC02646.JPG
Views: 3258
Size:  225.4 KB
Name:  DSC02648.JPG
Views: 3259
Size:  235.4 KB

But I say...wait aren't we missing someone ol' chap ?
Ahhh...there he comes. All huffing and puffing by George !
Name:  DSC02650.JPG
Views: 3294
Size:  236.6 KB

And all of us headed down to The D Point. With Admiral leading the charge.
And the old boy went into a spot in deep slush and sank upto his axles. With quite a bit of rocking and shaking he shook himself out of the deep pit. And looked quite a muddy character after coming out:
Name:  DSC02652.JPG
Views: 3279
Size:  249.9 KB

And then Monaro went into the deep side of the pool and:
Name:  DSC02654.JPG
Views: 3279
Size:  268.8 KB
Royally stuck. From the camera side it doesn't show the right side which was stuck in much deeper quagmire.

And all efforts to pull Monaro out. And finally he was out.
Name:  DSC02655.JPG
Views: 3247
Size:  383.3 KB
Name:  DSC02656.JPG
Views: 3238
Size:  269.7 KB
Name:  DSC02657.JPG
Views: 3235
Size:  204.0 KB
Name:  DSC02658.JPG
Views: 3222
Size:  245.1 KB
Name:  DSC02659.JPG
Views: 3208
Size:  255.4 KB


A relieved smile from Monaro says it all:
Name:  DSC02662.JPG
Views: 3221
Size:  271.1 KB


Some snaps from the spot:
Name:  DSC02671.JPG
Views: 3147
Size:  165.5 KB
Name:  DSC02672.JPG
Views: 3156
Size:  197.1 KB
Name:  DSC02674.JPG
Views: 3182
Size:  242.5 KB
Name:  DSC02677.JPG
Views: 3164
Size:  341.4 KB

(To be continued...)

Last edited by ajmat : 30th September 2013 at 11:52.
Guderian is offline   (14) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 29th September 2013, 18:35   #3
Senior - BHPian
 
Guderian's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Thane
Posts: 1,616
Thanked: 1,408 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

And soon it was time to head back to home and hearth.
At The Devil's Back we saw a struggle. Between man, motorcycles and mother nature's infinite variety. The guy on the left with the Desert Storm was trying to go down. But kept coming back up. And finally they went down allowing us to slide down too.
Name:  DSC02684.JPG
Views: 3204
Size:  277.9 KB
Name:  DSC02685.JPG
Views: 3160
Size:  289.3 KB

The return too was a delightful experience.
Name:  DSC02686.JPG
Views: 3144
Size:  305.8 KB


At the Landslide Point:
Name:  DSC02688.JPG
Views: 3128
Size:  306.0 KB

At the final stop. For the good byes:
Name:  DSC02689.JPG
Views: 3110
Size:  223.8 KB
Name:  DSC02691.JPG
Views: 3124
Size:  314.3 KB
Name:  DSC02692.JPG
Views: 3110
Size:  269.0 KB


A great drive back. And was at home by:
Name:  DSC02693.JPG
Views: 3045
Size:  102.6 KB


What a fabulous outing it was. With all the chills, thrills &...spills !
So Monsoon 2013 as per the TFOG gang is officially over.

Thank you guys - Ahmed (who came in from Aurangabad again), Yuvraj (Mad Monkey) the Discovery - 4 show was great, Karan, Kedar, Monaro, Venkat & Manish.

What ho next ? The Winter OTR Season of course !

(My request now to my fellow OTRians to put up their view of the proceedings of the day, snaps, more snaps and videos too !)




Tally ho then chaps !

Last edited by ajmat : 30th September 2013 at 11:34.
Guderian is offline   (14) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 29th September 2013, 18:59   #4
Distinguished - BHPian
 
karan561's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Mumbai
Posts: 3,636
Thanked: 8,511 Times
Default

Thanks Guderian for the write up & the pics

Oh boy what a way to sign off 2013 monsoons than an OTR & that too an eventful one.

Some pics from my side;

En route the trail we had company, some local 4x4 gangsters, LoL

Name:  image3380583183.jpg
Views: 3101
Size:  440.7 KB

And past them the trail Got more scenic;

Name:  image34766758.jpg
Views: 3072
Size:  512.7 KB

Name:  image355199112.jpg
Views: 3035
Size:  281.3 KB

Name:  image454915119.jpg
Views: 3035
Size:  401.3 KB

There goes Venkat;

Name:  image2248687283.jpg
Views: 3053
Size:  548.6 KB

Madmonkey coming through

Name:  image3214091051.jpg
Views: 3000
Size:  551.5 KB

After the devils back - done without any drama;

Name:  image1849666232.jpg
Views: 2986
Size:  555.9 KB

Name:  image373377113.jpg
Views: 2972
Size:  562.0 KB

The devils hole had kept Ahmed busy for a while - And Monaro as seen in the pic was amused

Name:  image910994658.jpg
Views: 2983
Size:  539.5 KB

Fortuner parking only;

Name:  image565916478.jpg
Views: 3037
Size:  302.0 KB

Oh ! Wait a minute - One of madmonkeys tricks;

Name:  image641118334.jpg
Views: 2914
Size:  472.2 KB

Pic from the other side - Monaro absorbed by the slush pit

Name:  image1248298761.jpg
Views: 2918
Size:  356.9 KB

More pics coming soon ...

Last edited by karan561 : 29th September 2013 at 19:25.
karan561 is online now   (11) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 29th September 2013, 20:58   #5
Distinguished - BHPian
 
drmohitg's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Delhi
Posts: 4,399
Thanked: 3,423 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Great pics and a visual treat to see all those beasts together. Whose car is the white Fortuner ( number: 8888)? And what did you do to the tail lights? They look really good and dare I say, a lot better then the OEM ones.
drmohitg is online now   (6) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 29th September 2013, 21:22   #6
BHPian
 
venkat_iyer's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Pune
Posts: 55
Thanked: 91 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

What a great ride!! Some scary moments, some adrenaline-rush events, slush, rocks, getting stuck, rescues, it has all the elements . Some pics from my side. will upload the videos later

The gang
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-_dsc0046.jpg

Monaro encountering traffic!

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-1.jpg

Karan and the others following me
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-2.jpg

Monaro again..lovely surroundings!
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-4.jpg

Kedar..with the Land Rover in the BG
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-5.jpg

Monaro...estatic after the water crossing
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-8.jpg

Manish..
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-9.jpg

The Land Rover
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-10.jpg

Guderian..digging!
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-11.jpg

Monaro trying his hand
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-12.jpg

Monaro's vehicle..stuck!
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-13.jpg

Manish...after the rescue!
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-15.jpg
Attached Thumbnails
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-3.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-6.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-7.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-14.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dscf1333.jpg  

venkat_iyer is online now   (8) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 29th September 2013, 23:11   #7
Distinguished - BHPian
 
Tejas@perioimpl's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Bombay
Posts: 3,947
Thanked: 4,766 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Good fun again you guys had. Super pics!

Next time reduce tyre pressure in muck.

Also what rating is that tow rope? Green one is probably a 1 or 2 ton rated? Get a 5 ton one atleast and 15 m long with rated bow shackles.
Tejas@perioimpl is offline   (8) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 30th September 2013, 00:18   #8
BHPian
 
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Navi Mumbai
Posts: 297
Thanked: 228 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Just when the Fortuner bug was about to leave my mind comes this thread and makes me fall in love with the vehicle all over again. As always excellent snaps and narration!

Questions:
1. Guderian Sir did you change the tyres on your ride?
2. Did the Discovery have better tyres (HT/AT)?

Need more insight on how the devils back was conquered this time round.

Last edited by miharbe : 30th September 2013 at 00:20.
miharbe is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 30th September 2013, 08:18   #9
BHPian
 
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Bangalore
Posts: 55
Thanked: 9 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tejas@perioimpl View Post
Good fun again you guys had. Super pics!

Next time reduce tyre pressure in muck.

Also what rating is that tow rope? Green one is probably a 1 or 2 ton rated? Get a 5 ton one atleast and 15 m long with rated bow shackles.
What should be the tyre pressure in the muck ?
yaji is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 30th September 2013, 09:20   #10
Distinguished - BHPian
 
Tejas@perioimpl's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Bombay
Posts: 3,947
Thanked: 4,766 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Quote:
Originally Posted by yaji View Post
What should be the tyre pressure in the muck ?
When we used to do the Fortuner Bootcamps, we went down safely to 20 without worrying about the tyre coming off the rim. It did give us a wider footprint for the muck.
Tejas@perioimpl is offline   (2) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 30th September 2013, 09:40   #11
Senior - BHPian
 
selfdrive's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Pune
Posts: 2,607
Thanked: 1,855 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Looks like you guys had fun! What better way to spend a Sunday morning?
Would you be kind enough to allow a passenger to join in for your winter otr plans?

I wonder if the villagers are happy considering their routes might get spoilt with all the big wheels creating more slush. I had this thought looking at the pic of bikes struggling to use that route.
selfdrive is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 30th September 2013, 10:17   #12
BHPian
 
Sommos's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Bhilai, CG.
Posts: 984
Thanked: 673 Times
Default re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Nice narration Guderian, as usual, and fantastic pictures.
Thanks to the other members of the TFOG.
The lush green country side was a visual treat, no doubt.

I'm trying hard to suppress the desire for the Fortuner and every time you come up with such threads, the desire flares up within.

Quote:
Originally Posted by drmohitg View Post
Great pics and a visual treat to see all those beasts together. Whose car is the white Fortuner ( number: 8888)? And what did you do to the tail lights? They look really good and dare I say, a lot better then the OEM ones.
IIRC this belongs to KedarWalke. See his thread http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...-team-bhp.html (Wheels of Fortune : 2012 Toyota Fortuner 4x4. First on Team-BHP)
Sommos is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 30th September 2013, 13:17   #13
Senior - BHPian
 
Guderian's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Thane
Posts: 1,616
Thanked: 1,408 Times
Default Re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Quote:
Originally Posted by drmohitg View Post
Great pics and a visual treat to see all those beasts together. Whose car is the white Fortuner ( number: 8888)? And what did you do to the tail lights? They look really good and dare I say, a lot better then the OEM ones.
Hi Doc, Thank you. That Fortuner belongs to Kedar and is a post 2012 facelifted Fortuner. I am not sure he has done anything to the tail lights. I think they are OE. Kedar can clarify.

Quote:
Originally Posted by miharbe View Post
Just when the Fortuner bug was about to leave my mind comes this thread and makes me fall in love with the vehicle all over again. As always excellent snaps and narration!

Questions:
1. Guderian Sir did you change the tyres on your ride?
2. Did the Discovery have better tyres (HT/AT)?

Need more insight on how the devils back was conquered this time round.
Hi miharbe, Thank you.
1. The tyres on Admiral were pretty much the same.
2. You may not believe it but the Land Rover Discovery - 4 had H/Ts not A/T and as per its owner - almost bald. But it neatly went up the slopes.

Simply put three things helped us:
1. Though the slush was present it was not as bad as the earlier trip. About 20% reduction was noticed thanks to the rains having washed away some of the clay. Though in some places it was bad - like at the Devil's Hole.
2. Luck. It didn't rain heavily at the time of our ascent unlike the last time and turn the whole place into a blasted quagmire.
3. And technique. I realised my mistake of last time when I went up the slope in LL or low range and dug myself further in with all the torque. This time just used HL at a single point on the fly and thundered up. The momentum did everything else. Even though Admiral fell in a couple of deep ruts it clambered out on HL rather than digging itself deep. That is something I clearly felt.
And of couse all of us were pretty determined and that it was a do or die for us and our machines this time around.

Quote:
Originally Posted by selfdrive View Post
1. Would you be kind enough to allow a passenger to join in for your winter otr plans?

2. wonder if the villagers are happy considering their routes might get spoilt with all the big wheels creating more slush. I had this thought looking at the pic of bikes struggling to use that route.
1. Sure selfdrive.
2. Those bikers themselves are adventurers. Last time some portions of the trail were ruined by bikers.
As far as the villagers are concerned they collect a pretty penny as some tax paid to the Forest Dept on entry (which we had paid once earlier) which presumably goes into the village development kitty. Years ago when I had lunch with the then Sarpanch of the village (I was on official work then !) he explained how the system worked. Also the villagers by and large are happy getting in some outsiders for the economy in terms of some items and food etc sold from the village and at times rescue work, organising corporate dos ( Rajmachi is used as a venue for outbound training by many corporates. Have organised and attended a couple here myself. Besides many of the villagers live elsewhere if they are employed and come to their homes on leave for festivities etc. So the dependency on the trail for daily runs may be not the same like elsewhere. So they I believe are OK with the traffic and the trekkers. This was the position sometime ago. I guess it still continues.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sommos View Post
Nice narration Guderian, as usual, and fantastic pictures.
Thanks to the other members of the TFOG.
The lush green country side was a visual treat, no doubt.

I'm trying hard to suppress the desire for the Fortuner and every time you come up with such threads, the desire flares up within.
Thank you Sommos.
Well I have the perfect antidote for this condition.
Just buy a Fortuner and...join us !

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tejas@perioimpl View Post
Good fun again you guys had. Super pics!

Next time reduce tyre pressure in muck.

Also what rating is that tow rope? Green one is probably a 1 or 2 ton rated? Get a 5 ton one atleast and 15 m long with rated bow shackles.
Thank you for the tips Tejas.
Somehow it was a little disconcerting to deflate the tyres there and also that it was firmly in our minds that tyre deflation worked best for sandy terrains. At an earlier point Monaro had pointed this out but we demurred !

Last edited by Guderian : 30th September 2013 at 13:29.
Guderian is offline   (1) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 30th September 2013, 13:32   #14
Senior - BHPian
 
getsurya's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Hyderabad
Posts: 1,375
Thanked: 932 Times
Default Re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

Wow!

That is some good excursion. Nice pictures and rescue effort, as well.

The mist and the fog played a great role for the pictures to come out well.

Good show and thanks for the crisp write up.
getsurya is online now   (1) Thanks Reply With Quote
Old 30th September 2013, 14:02   #15
BHPian
 
Mad Monkey's Avatar
 
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: mumbai
Posts: 260
Thanked: 308 Times
Default Re: Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited

it was great meeting everyone and it was quite a fun outing .
a few pictures
Attached Thumbnails
Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9369.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9377.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9382.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9385.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9387.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9398.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9403.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9405.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9422.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9443.jpg  

Seven Fortuners, One Land Rover & Rajmachi Revisited-dsc_9452.jpg  

Mad Monkey is offline   (8) Thanks Reply With Quote
Reply


Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search


Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Seven Samurai - Seven Fortuners & a Sunday Dash! Guderian Travelogues 31 6th April 2015 14:44
Fortuners, Clay & Art of Pottery at Rajmachi Trail... Guderian 4x4 Excursions 51 24th September 2013 11:57
Pics: Silver Land Rover Range Rover SE Gordon Super-Cars & Imports in India 38 4th May 2011 17:06
Land Rover Unveil 2010 Range Rover Sport with all-new 510hp V8 Engine hanmust The International Automotive Scene 2 8th April 2009 20:53
Land Rover unveil the LRX - to be badged Range Rover Tstag The International Automotive Scene 26 14th March 2009 16:17


All times are GMT +5.5. The time now is 13:53.

Copyright 2000 - 2017, Team-BHP.com
Proudly powered by E2E Networks