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Old 18th April 2008, 03:48   #61
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Amazing pics DKG, the location looks like country club
Which country club? Or where was this held?
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From what I understood from the owners they are entirely a home grown effort, done from scratch, using bodies and engines etc from various vehicles.

If you guys are interested in more details I'd be happy to organise the full lowdown on how to build one yourself. What I liked is the detailing, many parts were ordered from abroad, like the fender extensions etc

It would make for a terrific TBHP project, what say GTO???
Hi DKG....I'm a Jeep buff and have owned various jeeps and TLC in the past.I now plan to get a plain jane M&M MM 540 fibreglass top.I'd like to have a custom job done in Hyderabad.Would appreciate if you can give some insights into who does such jobs in Hyd.

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Hi DKG....I'm a Jeep buff and have owned various jeeps and TLC in the past.I now plan to get a plain jane M&M MM 540 fibreglass top.I'd like to have a custom job done in Hyderabad.Would appreciate if you can give some insights into who does such jobs in Hyd.

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I had posted the garage name and contact name and telephone number earlier in this thread. If you can't find it please let me know I'll fish it out again
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Thanks...would appreciate if you can fish it for me.
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The gentlemen behind these fabulous Jeeps are Venkat and Narayan Reddy (brothers)

They jointly run their garage Bharat Motor. Contact number is 040 24732692

Recently I had a long chat with them and what they feel is that unless an owner wants to go the whole hog its usually very difficult to achieve the end result displayed here if you cut corners.

The majority of these owners have spent anywhere from 5.5 to 6.5 lacs doing up these cars. They order a lot of stuff from the US

Hope the info helps

Here you go. Name and contact of the garage owners.
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Wow....those are fabulous jeeps mate, thanks for posting....keep on posting more

I know Hyderabad has very good collection of cars, jeeps bikes etc
Thanks again
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Nice looking Jeeps. Never realized Hyd had such nice stuff.
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The gentlemen behind these fabulous Jeeps are Venkat and Narayan Reddy (brothers).................
.................Hope the info helps
Thanks DKG for posting this info on my request
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wow amazing jeeps, i cant imagine the time owner must have spent to maintain these machines. hats off
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WOW Now those are some jeeps The first set of pictures surely makes me salivate !!!!!

Beautiful execution !!



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Join the club mate , knew you would salivate, that's why posted that link for you. Now tell me which looks like Wrangler?

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The Jeeps here are outstanding. I was there at the show too but could not move to the other categories of displays, so captivating were the jeeps and second came the classic bikes on my agenda.
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I was dumbstruck when I saw these Jeeps. All these are local projects. The work done is, to say the least, simply phenomenal. The detailing on the cars was outstanding.

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these jeeps are simply stunning. any idea if the jeep owners are on team bhp? does anybody have any contact details of these guys?
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Simply fantastic!
Im late to the party, but man! Those jeeps really are something!

Thank you for the photos!
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I was dumbstruck when I saw these Jeeps. All these are local projects. The work done is, to say the least, simply phenomenal. The detailing on the cars was outstanding.

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hI Why is that black PC put on the bonnet? any idea or story behind it
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