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Old 1st March 2013, 00:53   #91
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Hi Madan, the driver cabin is having a removable metal top, which is fully heat insulated on top and 100% leak proof, the soft top extents over the rear cabin in the same way. I tested it many times with high pressure water and it is completely leak proof, even in the heavy monsoon in kerala we found it excellent with no water drippings inside.
Hi Anil, would you mind sharing the details of the removable hard top. I wanted to go for one but have been advised by many against it. Would like to know your experience with the same.

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If the Jimny group buy is still on, I'd like to join in for the dash with meters and fittings, coil springs and PS. Thx
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Hi Anil,
Im Arun from Kochi and residing @ Oman.Im in look out for M.Gypsy for a while and as you know the vehicle prices in Kerala are far more than gold. Can you send me your email id or PM me.

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Well, it is a accepted fact that in kerala people do spend more money and care to keep their rides in top condition. So the prices of vehicles from kerala will be on the higher side.
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Guys iam in need of a gypsy king bonnet, iam based out at Bengaluru, any help ???
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Guys iam in need of a gypsy king bonnet, iam based out at Bengaluru, any help ???
Hello,

there one available in the classified section. the seller states willing to ship.

http://classifieds.team-bhp.com/buy-...y-bonnet.html/

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Its not a gypsy king's bonet. It is of a 1ltr.
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Thanks for your effort DeClutch 4x4, any other leads at Bengaluru ???
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