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Old 24th April 2012, 22:20   #136
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Gotta agree.. the chrome looks too bling for the NISSAN. I also see the XENON in the pic. Nice machines overall.
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Old 28th April 2012, 08:00   #137
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The chrome rims looks too bling for this nissan. What would be a better finish? Matt black or white?
I feel the original rims of these Humongous SUV are the good looking ones, just a tire change according to the need should do, they are reliable as well.
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I feel the original rims of these Humongous SUV are the good looking ones, just a tire change according to the need should do, they are reliable as well.
Original rims look dated specially on those huge M/T tires.

This is a 1966 Kaiser JEEP CJ5 all original .
MRF 7.0016 NDMS tires
Bow top
Hurricane
3speed tranny
Original factory color shade .
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Very well kept Jeep. Love the colour.

Can you please tell what the black box like thing is below the windscreen ( circled in red ) ?
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mitrajdeep, that black box has the wiper motor inside with linkages inside the wind screen frame.

One more interesting thing i got to know lately is that the kaisers have a hole on the dash before the bonnet starts that is supposed to be a windscreen washer for which the switch is the black round one on the extreme right on the dashboard pic.
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Hi Frankenstein, I must say that your thread keeps me glued and has lots of drool factor. I keep looking at those jeeps multiple times and they are immaculate!
Thanks for taking time and posting the lovely jeeps of Hyd( I come from there as well!).
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2004 MM550, NGCS
XD3P TURBO WITH Scorpio turbo and scorpio water pump
Flat fenders
31" mt TIRES
Bantam trailer
Custom 8 point roll cage
Custom snorkel
Custom rock sliders
Custom tire carrier
Sports seats
Custom matt finish paint
Custom paint on the fenders (raptor)
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Old 16th November 2012, 01:42   #143
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2004 MM550, NGCS
XD3P TURBO WITH Scorpio turbo and scorpio water pump
Franky,

Looks nice. Is this the same Blue one that came to Mcube?

Adi
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Old 16th November 2012, 16:10   #144
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2004 MM550, NGCS
XD3P TURBO WITH Scorpio turbo and scorpio water pump
Flat fenders
31" mt TIRES
Bantam trailer
Custom 8 point roll cage
Custom snorkel
Custom rock sliders
Custom tire carrier
Sports seats
Custom matt finish paint
Custom paint on the fenders (raptor)
I saw this one at Saleem's(electrician)... I loved the attention to detail especially when it comes to reinforcing the fenders with the thick metal pipes. And the paint job is extra rugged, grass and twigs are not an issue of discussion, when this one will go offroading, it will simply break branches and uproot saplings without even as much as a scratch. It is absolutely awe inspiring. Would love some pictures of the engine bay and interiors to refresh my memory. I loved the rollcage too. Simple solid and utilitarian apart from being awe inspiring.
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Old 20th November 2012, 19:27   #145
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Franky,

Looks nice. Is this the same Blue one that came to Mcube?

Adi
No AVR thats a different Jeep.

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I saw this one at Saleem's(electrician)... I loved the attention to detail especially when it comes to reinforcing the fenders with the thick metal pipes. And the paint job is extra rugged, grass and twigs are not an issue of discussion, when this one will go offroading, it will simply break branches and uproot saplings without even as much as a scratch. It is absolutely awe inspiring. Would love some pictures of the engine bay and interiors to refresh my memory. I loved the rollcage too. Simple solid and utilitarian apart from being awe inspiring.
Its sure very rough, the raptor on the fenders is very very tough.
I dont have many pics of this Jeep, i will post once i click.
I am not a fan of the NGCS , too stiff and suffers during rock climbing .
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This is a 1953 M38A1 early model .
waterproof wiring
Water proof distributor
Waterproof starter
24 Volts electrical system
Water fording system where the air to the engine can be cut off with a lever.
Foot pump
Shovel under the hood
7.00X16, 6 PLY NDMS
Warn FWH
Hurricane engine
3 speed tranny
Carter carb
55L fuel tank under the front seat
WATER BUCKET
Every thing original
Original thicker leaf springs and shackles
Cost to restore = 13 Lakhs.
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Sandeep,

This is one comprehensive and international quality build.
The time and effort gone in the restoration speaks for itself.
Thanks for posting.

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Sandeep,

This is one comprehensive and international quality build.
The time and effort gone in the restoration speaks for itself.
Thanks for posting.

Regards,
Right sir, even the MB is as good as this.
I have been there when this Jeep build was in progress, some how i am very impressed with the M38A1 s specs like the
Water fording system
Thicker leaf springs
Carter carb with bigger Jets than the civilian carter carb
Fuel tank capacity
Waterfroof electricals etc
And the best part is its rare

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Sandeep: Can you post more angles of its air intake system - I've heard about the M38s but got to see one courtesy YOU

Thank you
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Sandeep: Can you post more angles of its air intake system - I've heard about the M38s but got to see one courtesy YOU

Thank you
Vikram, need a weeks time, what part of the intake system are you interested in, fording system?

Kind of heard it shuts of the air supply to the engine and the engine runs on some gases, not sure.

UBS sir can explain the mechanism.
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