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Old 1st February 2009, 20:33   #151
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@ Parm

You are right it was no doubt event of the year.

All the 4x4's performed well.

A/T tyres also performed well on snow covered roads.
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Old 1st February 2009, 21:38   #152
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any diesel vehicles having starting problems in the cold weather?

in case you had any diesel vehicles!
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Old 2nd February 2009, 09:31   #153
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@ Parm

Although we stayed a night at Murree & the temp was minus 2 but we didnt find any starting problem with our Diesel 4x4's

We also had a late Lunch at Nathiagali where our 4x4's were parked outside the shelter & obviously under snow, even there no one complaint about starting etc
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Old 11th February 2009, 21:02   #154
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These are the pictures taken on 1 st of Feb 2009
We enjoyed Mudbashing.
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Old 15th February 2009, 22:35   #155
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Need Information regarding availability of spares of Ford GPW 1942 at your side of the world.
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aah....mudbashing.....my kind of sport to enjoy.

did a lot of it in during my years in africa in LC II.

aamir bhai, looks like after the snow...its time to get into mud!
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Dear Parm

After the Snow cross country event i thought that it is ultimate but we all enjoyed Mud Bashing a lot. It was a new experience for most of our members.
One of our friend took these classic pics.

Thanx for your interest in our activities
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Old 15th April 2009, 14:51   #158
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We are going for Offroading on Sunday 19 th April 09

Will post pictures & videos

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Aamir,

You sure have an amazing Jeep, the pics posted are truly awesome.
It must be really fun taking the jeep out for offroading. Your club also has a good collection of Jeeps, my favorite being the Toyota Land Cruiser Jeeps.

Keep up the spirit.

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@ autocraze

Thanx for ur appreciation
Would love to see your comments on our Club activities
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Yellow colour for a willys? .Usually Here in Kerala ,I have seen only military green colour for ford,willys Jeeps. Your J E E P is beautifully restored.great go and wishing you good time here in team-bhp.
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Aamir - this pic is like a testimony for the emergence and rise of 4X4 offroading in India!!
Great pic
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Sheer Jeep Thrills..Awesome pics and demanding terrain i guess.
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