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Old 14th January 2010, 10:16   #46
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...I have one showcasing "one regiment of my 4x4 army". I am also working towards national intergration and unity through my 4x4's. Check out the number plates and you will know....
Very aptly said Shibu and thats one hell of a mighty regiment you have. I guess the picture will be more complete once the 3b restoration is done.
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Nice gypsy and congrats on the same.The tow hook is a maruti part , can be bought at any maruti dealer and also it is a direct fit .
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Shibu you have an awesome collection of Jeeps and Gypsys,

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Old 28th February 2010, 19:00   #49
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Shibu you have an awesome collection of Jeeps and Gypsys,

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Thanks Spike for your compliments. Read my signature and you will know what Jeeps are for me.
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Shibu, I can see that, are you working on some other restoration at present?

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Old 28th February 2010, 19:30   #51
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Yes Spike, doing two projects currently, one restoration and one performance mod.

I am restoring my CJ3B, there is a thread about that.

And secondly converting a 1.8 diesel Isuzu Gypsy to an extreme offroader with lift kit, diff locks and crawl gears as phase 1 and phase 2 will be External Rollcage, Snorkel, SPOA, Mud tyres, Winch and the list is endless.
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Old 4th July 2010, 20:05   #52
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Default On a Gypsy to Himalayas

Recently we did a trip to Leh and the Gypsy was used as a support vehicle.

The trip was from Bangalore - Leh- Bangalore done by Bangalore Bolero Club.

You can expect a detailed travelogue of that trip soon.

Some of the pics taken in that trip.

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Awesome, man! I got goosebumps seeing the last set of pictures!! No more words!!!
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Shibu,

Great group of vehicles you have there. I always loved Gypsies. Great collection indeed.
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Awesome, man! I got goosebumps seeing the last set of pictures!! No more words!!!
Abes, Thanks so much.

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Great group of vehicles you have there. I always loved Gypsies. Great collection indeed.
VLOCT, Thanks mate. For me Jeeps and Gypsies are like my left hand and right hand. I can never say one is better than the other.
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@ Shibu:

Which glass have you put on the rear of the rally cabin?

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Which glass have you put on the rear of the rally cabin?
IMO it looks like the gypsys windshield glass.
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IMO it looks like the gypsys windshield glass.
really ? actually a good Idea -- If the front one ( windshield ) breaks then one can replace it with the same .

What say Captain ?

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IMO it looks like the gypsys windshield glass.
jeepster,you are right.

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really ? actually a good Idea -- If the front one ( windshield ) breaks then one can replace it with the same .

What say Captain ?

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Sudarshan, Absolutely correct.That how its done for all Really Gypsy's.So that in case if the windshield brakes during a rally, you can use the rear glass and continue.
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Hi guys, need some help with my gypsy, its a MG410W, I need the service manual of this guy, I was able to get my hands on the suzuki samurai 413 service manual, but there are changes, so if any one has any leads on where to get a MG410 service manual please let me know. (I'm sorry if I have posted this in the wrong thread)
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