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Old 8th November 2009, 22:04   #181
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Old 3rd August 2010, 21:32   #183
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These pictures were taken more than 5 years back
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Aamir bhai,

Amazing articulations. You litterally see every move of the GPW and enjoy it.
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Aamir bhai,

Amazing articulations. You litterally see every move of the GPW and enjoy it.
I always enjoy watching these pictures with so much articulation.

Thanx for your appreciation
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Old 12th August 2010, 14:04   #186
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Amazing,I just love these last 3 pictures...I am sure it cant just be the machine,the man behind the wheels has to be capable enough...I am just speechless ! Well,I think I love Rawalpindi for 2 reasons now...1) Shoaib Akhtar, 2) Aamir bhai and his jeep ( Although not necessarily in that order )

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Amazing,I just love these last 3 pictures...I am sure it cant just be the machine,the man behind the wheels has to be capable enough...I am just speechless ! Well,I think I love Rawalpindi for 2 reasons now...1) Shoaib Akhtar, 2) Aamir bhai and his jeep ( Although not necessarily in that order )

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These are no doubt the best comments for me n my Ford GPW 1942

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Old 12th November 2010, 20:57   #188
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Pictures taken on 31 st Oct 2010
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Man! What a piece of engineering! and in the right hands, its mightier than a bat machine!!

Lovely videos and pics Aamir Bhai

You're the man!!

Keep Rocking!

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Man! What a piece of engineering! and in the right hands, its mightier than a bat machine!!

Lovely videos and pics Aamir Bhai

You're the man!!

Keep Rocking!

Asif
Thanks Asif for all the nice words.
I will try to upload pictures.
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Old 18th November 2010, 15:12   #191
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All these pictures were taken few weeks back.
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Old 20th November 2010, 17:27   #193
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Some of the pictures are my favourite
I am sure u will like them
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Hi Amir bhai, nice pictures. GPW at the best, infact I have seen your jeep pics on Pak wheels aswell and I need to appreciate you and your fellow jeepers from Pakistan, they have some of the finest collection, not to mention about the vintage and classic collections out there they are out standing.

Which engine moves this war head? how could you manage to use the jeep to the fullest as you might have lot of wear and tear as you use your jeep extensively. One thing which stole my heart from your country apart from the above mentioned beauties are the Milatry disposed jeeps (latest with the vertical slats) I guess M10 or something I am not sure and the other stud is the Kawasaki bikes, Is it possible to buy automobiles from Pakistan and bring it to Hyderabad. Thanks for sharing and being part of Team BHP there are lot of enthusiast who would find your jeep and experiences worth.
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Hi Amir bhai, nice pictures. GPW at the best, infact I have seen your jeep pics on Pak wheels aswell and I need to appreciate you and your fellow jeepers from Pakistan, they have some of the finest collection, not to mention about the vintage and classic collections out there they are out standing.

Which engine moves this war head? how could you manage to use the jeep to the fullest as you might have lot of wear and tear as you use your jeep extensively. One thing which stole my heart from your country apart from the above mentioned beauties are the Milatry disposed jeeps (latest with the vertical slats) I guess M10 or something I am not sure and the other stud is the Kawasaki bikes, Is it possible to buy automobiles from Pakistan and bring it to Hyderabad. Thanks for sharing and being part of Team BHP there are lot of enthusiast who would find your jeep and experiences worth.
Thanx for admiring the activities of my FORD GPW 1942
Always received lot of response from fellow BHPians
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