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Old 30th January 2009, 15:28   #61
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The end result has a mature look and not the typical boy racer look most people turn their Gypsies into. Great job Autopsyche, you have good taste.
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Arush that's some excellent work done there man. Looks like MUL needs to take a cue from you and work on the aesthetics of the gypsy.
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Old 24th February 2009, 00:24   #63
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and I must say, not only is it sexy looking, but has LOVELY ICE
Oh yea no mention of the ICE... the car has a Kenwood MP3/USB Headunit, Hertz Dieci Speakers in the front footwell and same set in back end of the vehicle. Almost put a subwoofer and amp too but we couldnt go over budget anymore, it had to stop somewhere godamnit!

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Wow!! simply grrovy man, but red leather, yo ? ok it is going to be your ride. Man, how about head space at the rear?

Great looks dude.
Rear seats have been lowered to make more headspace room.

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Which steering wheel is that? Looks really nice and has a sporty looks
Thats a momo replica deep dish wheel

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Terrific job man.I'm not a great fan of SUVs, but this is giving me second thoughts over a gypsy. Autopsyche, u literally can psyche people with your works man. keep up the lovely work. Hatts off man, I'm loving it!
The best part about this build is that, the lines are very clean, very minimal yet effective touches and the paint scheme is super. The wheels could have been better, but still this one rocks!
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The end result has a mature look and not the typical boy racer look most people turn their Gypsies into. Great job Autopsyche, you have good taste.
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Arush that's some excellent work done there man. Looks like MUL needs to take a cue from you and work on the aesthetics of the gypsy.
Thanks for the appreciation all of you guys!
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Old 24th February 2009, 08:34   #64
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Hey Arush and Rmonie,
That's one absolute DROOL MAAL!
Awesome work. Cheers to you both.
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Old 1st March 2009, 21:02   #65
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please post some new pics of the gypsy...
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Old 9th August 2009, 06:39   #66
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Brilliant!!!!

I'm planning to get myself a brand new gypsy as a personal car - and i absolutely LOVE what you've done with the soft top!

Just a few questions:

- Is it possible to achieve a similarly styled soft top, but with a better looking frame underneath? (the multiple white rods would look a little offcolour, once the top is down, i'd imagine)..

- I don't know much about tyres, or anything automotive for that matter - but what about the handling & ride quality with these maxxis tyres? is there a significant change in either?

- I plan on getting a company fitted AC - is this good enough for the entire car, or only for the front seats? The heat in bombay can get insane!

- any idea about the average that this gypsy would dish out?

- and last, but most probably not the least, approximately how much would i be looking at in terms of money, to get a similar looking soft top, tyres & alloys, and conventional rear bench installed ?

Do get back to me when you can, the sooner the better - PM maybe?!
Also, it'd help if someone could refer me to a good gypsy mech for mods in bombay.

I can't wait to get my gypsy!
thanks in advance guys, n this is my first post on tbhp - hope its not a hijack/anything offensive-ish!

Cheers.
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rmonie your gypsy has killer looks,but how much did you spend for this makeover?
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This is simply Amazing !!
Ahem ! This would act as a catalyst for many restorations down the line

Great design Autophsyce the Front Bumper Drools just looks great
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that is one killer gypsy there. congrats guys. now how about a little data on the engine works? saw this one for sale that says 1.3L 16V, so please do tell us something about the engine mods.
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Wow!

This is exactly how I would like to make my new Gyspy look, when it comes a few months down the line.

Where did you get the soft top? does it leak?

I like your rims too. Are they shop fabricated or off the market?
Thanks very much for the inspiration and getting there first to demonstrate the viability to the rest of us.


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This is exactly how I would like to make my new Gyspy look, when it comes a few months down the line.

Where did you get the soft top? does it leak?
I like your rims too. Are they shop fabricated or off the market?

hi ragul
welcome on t-bhp.
please go trough announcements for posting,searching information on t-bhp. (must read)

this thread is almost 2 years old & gypsy is up for sale too.
Team-BHP Classifieds - Gypsy King 1.3L 16V Carb - Powered by PhotoPost Classifieds
for your all questions ,just read full thread from post one.

BTW congrats for your new gypsy!!

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