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|10th October 2009, 09:28||#3|
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Wow, so this is out now for public viewing :-). GREAT. As you go along, I am sure people would have tons of questions for you to learn from...
You know what, I REALLY wish I could somehow drop my gypsy at your place for few weeks and get it to shape I want. Wish you were somewhere near Bangalore.
I will be asking lots of questions to learn from this build.
To start with:
The axles look different. Which axles are these? and what all specific schanges to steering had to be done? I see that this looks like a cross-over rather than a full hi-steer. Am I right?
PS: Must say that it looks like to be articulating beautifully.
Last edited by khan_sultan : 10th October 2009 at 09:38.
|10th October 2009, 10:39||#4|
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Another one from the master himself. The Gypsy looks good as it is. Rugged. However I am sure now you will make it even better and will be fit soon with you custom signature Light force lampsThe fading color, finish and looks have a very much Jeep element attached to it.
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|10th October 2009, 10:52||#5|
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The other one's not yet complete and you are out with another one. Good job man! . If this is what she does in R&D stages, I'm can't even imagine what the finished product will be like.
|10th October 2009, 11:16||#7|
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I guess this time, i can suggest you chop the rear of the body similar to sultans spidey.
and how bout seats like this? you could also do away with the doors.
i see a white defender amongst a line up of cars in the background. are all those cars yours? I'm particularly curious about the defender.
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|10th October 2009, 13:57||#8|
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It looks really great and you say you still have something in tap. Looking forward to hear more from you.
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|10th October 2009, 16:31||#10|
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I have seen this mate
Congrats with your new project.
I have seen your Gypsy and touched it aswell in Nagpur last month. Never knew it was for you. I Wish I had taken pics of it. I wanted to take pics but my memory card got full.
But I did manage to take a pic of that white Defender parked next to your Gypsy though.
|10th October 2009, 17:53||#11|
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@khan: old men can always drive down he he.
You are on a row with extreme builds @xtreme power
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