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Old 23rd February 2010, 11:01   #1
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Default Imported Parts for Maruti Gypsy Off-roader

Gypsy has been very popular vehical around the world. It has being sold with different names in different countries, for e.g. Samurai, Safari and Jimmy. I always thought that It would be great to import accessories from abroad; however the shipping & custom duties have always stopped me. While searching for the right accessories for my gypsy I came across to someone who is importing a lot of things from abroad specificly for Gypsy. I knew the prices would be a bit on higher side. So requested them to just send me details of what all is available for the Machine. They have the following things available.

1. GYPSY FRONT BUMPER GUARD
2. GYPSY REAR BUMPER GUARD
3. GYPSY SIDE FOOT STEP WITH FENDER BAR
4. GYPSY AIR FILTER SNORKEL
5. GYPSY ROOF RACK
6. GYPSY OFF-ROADER ALLOY RIMS
7. GYPSY FENDER FLARE 4 PCS. SET
8. GYPSY WIND\RAIN WISOR
9. GYPSY SIDE (read view) GLASS
10. TOWING WINCH FOR FROUNT BUMPER
11. POWER STEERING
12. SHOCK ABSORVER & SUSPENSION KIT

Please suggest what do you find usefull for Gypsy. Pm me if you need the details about the seller. Would upload more pics of the sample vehical soon.
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Old 23rd February 2010, 12:41   #2
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Hi Harneet
This is a very nicely done up gypsy and does this belong to a Delhiite???
I see a Delhi number on the front bumper and the bumper is the same that Vaibhav has on his vehicle, I believe from Azad.
If yes please share the details as I am yet to find a decent place where I can find accessories and equipment specific for the Gypsy!!!
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Harneet,
Can you please post the pics of sample Gypsies with Hard top being fabricated.
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Wow That looks good, can you post the price for each upgrade too?

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Harneet,

This gypsy really been modded and will take any kind of terrain with ease. Good luck to you. Hope to see you on future offroading events.
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Pm me if you need the details about the seller.
Why don't you post details here for all to know and contact the seller directly?
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I agree with Tejas.
It'll be good to know the vendors details.
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If you give the seller's name, we can list him in this thread:

https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-t...4x4-india.html
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That Gypsy looks KICK A$$!Very tastefully done up. Those wheel arches and tires contributing the most IMO
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Looks like this is from Azad, there is a azad decal in one of the pics.

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basically there is also an Azad that makes bus bodies. but it down south i guess.

This one is from Delhi. and they do have a website. i don't seem to find now.

on their website they have this gypsy. and most of the fabrication are done by themselves in house.
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Hi Harneet
This is a very nicely done up gypsy and does this belong to a Delhiite???
I see a Delhi number on the front bumper and the bumper is the same that Vaibhav has on his vehicle, I believe from Azad.
If yes please share the details as I am yet to find a decent place where I can find accessories and equipment specific for the Gypsy!!!
Hey Harjeev,
It was nice talking to you, Yes this is the same guy I guess who sold the bumper to Vaibhuv. I have already forwarded you all the details. I hope it is helpful.


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Harneet,
Can you please post the pics of sample Gypsies with Hard top being fabricated.
Hey Amar,

I am posting some more pictures that I clicked with my phone & the one with complete kit installed. I hope you will like them.


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Wow That looks good, can you post the price for each upgrade too?
Cheers
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Hey Sunil,
Thanks bro, I wish I had the price list for all the things & could give you the price. Would share as soon as I have more précised information.

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Harneet,

This gypsy really been modded and will take any kind of terrain with ease. Good luck to you. Hope to see you on future offroading events.
Hey Dwarka,
I agree the Gypsy has been done really good & best part is with all original imported stuff. Thanks. Me & Harjeev are planning to visit them again this weekend.

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Why don't you post details here for all to know and contact the seller directly?
Hey Tejas,
I would be more than happy to share the information. I also have a fair idea about the price as I saw the price list while I had visited last weekend. Lets see if we can get a better prices.

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I agree with Tejas.
It'll be good to know the vendors details.
Hey Imran,
I have no issues with sharing the details however they seller is not too helpful on phones, he banged my phone twice because i had too many questions :( . I had to visit & even then they did not give me all the answers.

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If you give the seller's name, we can list him in this thread:
https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-t...4x4-india.html
Hey Samurai,

The seller is Azad body builders but they are not much responsive via e-mail.


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That Gypsy looks KICK A$$!Very tastefully done up. Those wheel arches and tires contributing the most IMO
Hey Vinod,
I agree to you completely.

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Looks like this is from Azad, there is a azad decal in one of the pics.
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Hey Pramod,
You are absolutely correct bro.

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basically there is also an Azad that makes bus bodies. but it down south i guess. This one is from Delhi. and they do have a website. i don't seem to find now. on their website they have this gypsy. and most of the fabrication are done by themselves in house.
Hey SirAlec,

Yes this one is from North Delhi, you are right it’s the old Azad bus body builders & there website is not working. They are now specializing in Gypsy metal bodies, four door SUV type. There were around 10 Brand new Gypsies being converted in hard top four door model. I wish I could take the pictures of the Garage & the work done, but there were too many people around. I am posting few more pictures I hope you all like them.

Thanks for your help & support.
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I still don't understand why you are not putting up contact details?
Put up his tel, contact person's name, email and address. Then if he's unresponsive or rude, it's our problem to deal with him.
Unless you want every gypsy owning bhpian calling you to contact Azad.
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Why don't you post details here for all to know and contact the seller directly?
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I agree with Tejas.
It'll be good to know the vendors details.
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If you give the seller's name, we can list him in this thread:

https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-t...4x4-india.html
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I still don't understand why you are not putting up contact details?
Put up his tel, contact person's name, email and address. Then if he's unresponsive or rude, it's our problem to deal with him.
Unless you want every gypsy owning bhpian calling you to contact Azad.

Revealing any Personal Information on any Web pages or printed material without prior permission is punishable by Law under the Information Act. (Personal Information means any information that may be used to identify an individual, including, but not limited to, a first and last name, a home or other physical address and an email address or other contact information, whether at work or at home.) You can easyly search for the contact details online via google. I hope this answers your question.
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@ Harneet It was nice talking to you too.
Lets meet on the weeked and visit this place
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