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Old 1st February 2007, 18:54   #31
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If the driver were to park in a nasty area...

The thugs wont have to search for weapons to threaten him...
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Old 1st February 2007, 18:54   #32
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Nice. Really, really, nice. Some bits are seriously over the top (the pitchfork's freakin' hilarious!!!) & like the others said, the mudflaps are funny.

The rear wheel arch & the accentuated bonnet hump add character.

All in all, quite well done.
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Just noticed, the rear arch is custom-made, like Rudra said. So it would be nice if there was a running board connecting the rear arches to the front.

Also the exhaust pipe has a ridiculous bend in it. That's gotta be killing the mill. But overall, it's still a beaut.
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Old 1st February 2007, 19:57   #34
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One of the best jeeps I have seen till now .
Only things that need to change would be the mudflaps and the pitchforks .
Really Awesome !!!
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Old 1st February 2007, 22:30   #35
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Saw one similar to this on my visit to kerela in december at a hotel in tekkady. Dont know if its the same.
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another mean looking jeep.
source - orkut

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Old 12th April 2007, 02:25   #37
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This one I like but I'd hate to turn the steering wheel without a power assist
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The Military Green Jeep (M&M) is awesome, neat job, never seen anything like this here in Delhi.........guess the weather does not permit the luxury !!!!

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The green jeep is really done up to detail. Fantastic job. I think these Kerela guys are jeep crazy because i see another white one a few days back which had a half cabin hard top, and it really looked cool. it also had KL registration.
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wow! just saw this, neat car
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Idukki and vayanad districts in kerala are over crowded with jeeps..The mechanics here know every sing pin in a jeep.I think they'll be the best jeep mechanics in india.Dont know bout modifications though..
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There is one special JEEP guy in Muvattupuzha here in Kerala. He is an amazing man when it comes to JEEPs. He is also an expert in Willys!!

I have got some before after pics of his job. Will post here soon.
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Just for my knowlege, how much for a low bonnet Willys? Without mods, of course.
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I met the guy who did the Military Green Jeep (that Samurai spotted originally) today.

Guy called Kurien from Kottayam. He was showing me pics of the cars he'd done on his lappie when he showed me this jeep also. He'd brought a modded Cielo for full ICE work to my Installer today (I was getting an upgrade done in my car). Really nice guy.

He's converting a Jeep into a Rubicon (like the Jeep Rubicon) right now. He showed me work-in-progress pics. Looking pretty good already.
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another mean looking jeep.
source - orkut


i have seen this or similar looking jeep in chandigarh but these are not the real deal willy you can get a shell from a near by place and bolt it on i have seen a full process of converting to willy in the same garage where my zen had a engine swap
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