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Old 15th October 2009, 10:24   #121
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Hey allen

congrats dude..

the gypsy is looking fantastic!!!
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Old 15th October 2009, 11:33   #122
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aye R**A get the engine and lets go for some fun. did you call the number which i gave you?? he will surely have some engines with him. if you still cant get it let me know i will source one for you.
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aye R**A get the engine and lets go for some fun. did you call the number which i gave you?? he will surely have some engines with him. if you still cant get it let me know i will source one for you.
im not willing to pay the prices the people ask ya

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Hey allen

congrats dude..

the gypsy is looking fantastic!!!
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HI allan thats sure a mean looking monster you built,she sure boosted my spirits to get you that engine fast as possible.

{Man - Awesome outcome of the Project... Engine please. Cant wait to see it do a OTR (if you take it tho).}

Svsantosh i am dead sure that you are going to see a lot of pics and videos of the gypsy in action after the heart transplant.
you bet, she will go offroading wherever orangie goes

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hey alan

it looks amazing.if you don mind me askin how much did it cost you.all of it, from the donor car to the end result.because i plan on doing something like this.if you want you can PM me the cost.


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llet me finish the costing and shall send you a p.m
a lot of money is on accesories though

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very nice work indeed, i would like to know how you made this rims, they look good
please guide me about rims you have used
As mentioned earlier they are stock gypsy rims, widened by cutting them in the centre an adding what we can call a spacer, everything has to be precise though
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Old 15th October 2009, 13:26   #124
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llet me finish the costing and shall send you a p.m
a lot of money is on accesories though
thanks...and once again she looks amazing !!
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Old 15th October 2009, 14:02   #125
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hey allan great work [as expected]
can we go for the same built on my king with stock 1.3 engine ??????
i know it'll be a bit underpowered. what say bro ??
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Old 15th October 2009, 14:28   #126
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Its turned out very well! did you close the vents just in from of the wind screen (after the bonnet on the firewall area)? These leak at times and can be annoying.

I need that front bumper!

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Old 15th October 2009, 16:55   #127
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That is the s e x i e s t gypsy I have ever seen!!! Just could'nt resist posting. Kudos!
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That has to be the best looking Gypsy I have ever seen. Congrats on the fantastic job bro.
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Old 15th October 2009, 18:14   #129
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And the first picture is taken after returning from Sunday Mass huh?

Awesome Gypsy. Waiting to see it in its natural surroundings.
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Old 16th October 2009, 00:15   #130
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superb job ya too....good. when u doing my land rover man. hey hows the rim workin james baba did good job na?
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Old 16th October 2009, 15:28   #131
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superb job mann ,looks bad ***!!
im in love with the wheels on this one.how much do they cost?
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superb job mann ,looks bad ***!!
im in love with the wheels on this one.how much do they cost?

Read the thread properly please, he has already mentioned the procedure.

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As mentioned earlier they are stock gypsy rims, widened by cutting them in the centre an adding what we can call a spacer, everything has to be precise though
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Old 16th October 2009, 17:23   #133
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Superb finish,superb choice of colour.

In one word EXCELLENT !!
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Old 16th October 2009, 22:50   #134
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Excellent work, I was looking at the picture for atleast half an hour.
I just love that Gypsy.

I have made some observation and I have some queries

1. I believe that you have fitted longer leaf spring shackles. Is it custom made or bought off the shelf? . Any how, it has increased the under body clearance. I have booked a new Bolero Di 4wd and I need similar one for my Bolero. Can you give the details of the same.

2. The custom winch bumper is very well made. Can you please provide the details of the thickness of the steel used.

Thank you
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Old 17th October 2009, 17:59   #135
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hai realy superb mean machine. can u do me the same kind of mods but with a diesel isuzu engine because for off roading low end torque is important. maximum torque in minimum rpm.
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