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Old 26th April 2010, 11:03   #46
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the body of the jeep can be transformed as per the needs and specifications. and i dont doubt the workmanship on these jeeps..

..but the doubt remains in my mind about the mechanicals/technicals of the jeep. how good the engine/transmission have been worked upon? because the jeep is known for its frequent leaks and squeaks and frequency of remaining inside a garage than outside!

please update me on the quality of the workmanship on the engine and transmission.
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Old 26th April 2010, 12:36   #47
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the body of the jeep can be transformed as per the needs and specifications. and i dont doubt the workmanship on these jeeps..

..but the doubt remains in my mind about the mechanicals/technicals of the jeep. how good the engine/transmission have been worked upon? because the jeep is known for its frequent leaks and squeaks and frequency of remaining inside a garage than outside!

please update me on the quality of the workmanship on the engine and transmission.
These Jeeps are completely dismantled and each and every part is checked and changed if required.. The parts are polished and coated well.. The engine, transmission, chassis, etc is completely refined and are restored as new. They install new brake pads, drums, wires of break, clutch and accelerator and also many other parts in the Jeep..
The Modifier (Jasbir Singh) believes that jeeps should not only look good but should perform best in every condition, so he builds each and every jeep from scratch to a brand new one.. These jeeps are much better and tougher than new jeeps in the market..

You will come to know when you will see the pic of the engine, Transmission, chassis, etc of my Jeep..
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These Jeeps are completely dismantled and each and every part is checked and changed if required.. The parts are polished and coated well.. The engine, transmission, chassis, etc is completely refined and are restored as new. They install new brake pads, drums, wires of break, clutch and accelerator and also many other parts in the Jeep..
The Modifier (Jasbir Singh) believes that jeeps should not only look good but should perform best in every condition, so he builds each and every jeep from scratch to a brand new one.. These jeeps are much better and tougher than new jeeps in the market..

You will come to know when you will see the pic of the engine, Transmission, chassis, etc of my Jeep..
thats a very heavy statement you made Jassy Saab!

lagda Jasbir Singh poora dil laa kay kamm kardey ya!

i dont mind sending him an ex-army jeep from Delhi and getting it restored from bumper to bumper, if the vehicles restored by him are so good!

i would be watching this thread very keenly. any way i can have his contact details, you can PM me.

changa pher chardi kalan.
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Old 26th April 2010, 13:15   #49
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thats a very heavy statement you made Jassy Saab!

lagda Jasbir Singh poora dil laa kay kamm kardey ya!

i dont mind sending him an ex-army jeep from Delhi and getting it restored from bumper to bumper, if the vehicles restored by him are so good!

i would be watching this thread very keenly. any way i can have his contact details, you can PM me.

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Hi Parm,
Jasbir Paaji builds every jeep as if he is buliding for his own coz he is very passionate about these jeeps.. I Have sent you his details via PM.. You can contact him and inquire.. you can even purchase an ex-army jeep if you want from him as he also deals in them and you can restore or modify..

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Looks like you have found one helluva mech mate.

The off white jeep looks superb, but that contraption at the back to hold the spare wheel, wouldnt it block the rear view completely.
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Looks like you have found one helluva mech mate.

The off white jeep looks superb, but that contraption at the back to hold the spare wheel, wouldnt it block the rear view completely.
ya it might but it depends upon the customer.. if the customer wants such mods then its ok for the modifier.. and i think if you are driving such a monster then you don't need to look behind..
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That white jeep looks very cool..
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Old 28th April 2010, 19:47   #53
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Some more pics of Jeeps done by my Modifier (Jasbir Singh)..
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awesome stuff jassy, your jeep is in good hands, what about the mechanicals, is he good in mechanicals too?

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awesome stuff jassy, your jeep is in good hands, what about the mechanicals, is he good in mechanicals too?

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if we talk about the mechanical thing then he is way too good.. awesome is the word brother..
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if we talk about the mechanical thing then he is way too good.. awesome is the word brother..
Yes. can see that from Chassis & Engine pics. The engine looks like brand new. Very good skills & passion. That last ka white jeep looks fantastic. Almost like that display-Thar in SA.

Please post some more pics of your jeep as updates.
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Some more pics of Jeeps done by my Modifier (Jasbir Singh)..
hi Jassy1313
never seen this kind of detailed work in pune except few punekar Bphpians.
pm me the address & contact no. of the workshop. (asap)

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never seen this kind of detailed work in pune except few punekar Bphpians.
pm me the address & contact no. of the workshop. (asap)

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jeepster,
I hve sent u my modifier's details.. do check ur inbox..

regards,
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thanks for the info jassy.
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Hi,

What would a jeep like the white one all done up and maybe with a hard top and air con cost?

Anyway I could lay my hands on such a beast?


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