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Old 27th September 2010, 12:10   #1
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Default Bought 2 Nissan Patrol G60s a.k.a Jongas

Hey guys , me and my bro are proud owners of 2 Jongas . One is a 1982 & other is a 1974 . The below pic tempted us and we wondered if we could really own one some 1 year ago , but then in a flash our dream came true

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Here are the pics of our JONGAS . The hard top is the 1982 and half roof one is the 1974 .


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Old 27th September 2010, 12:16   #2
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Whoa, 2 JONGAs. Congrats on your acquisition. Looking forward for a complete thread on restoration. Would you be able to PM details on the cost and from where you got these. My friend is a fan and has been looking for something like this.

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congrats karizma9292!!

BTW how are you planning to source spares?
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Old 27th September 2010, 12:20   #4
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Double whammy Karizma! The one in yellow that you aspire to is a pretty interesting restoration. I had a chance of seeing a Jonga for sale in A'bad with a Qualis engine and castrated (2wd) for about 2L. 4wd and original petrol engine would be quite a killer combination!

Am hoping you've been able to get the engines in restorable conditions! More info please!
Good luck with the restoration

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Goodluck with the restoration!!

Are you going to maintain the original petrol motor?
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Old 27th September 2010, 12:30   #6
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Whoaa.. 2 JONGA's in 1 shot !!! This seems to be very interesting. Congrats on acquiring an Indian Humvee
Both of these JONGA's seems to be in a very much better (& drivable)conditions.
Are both of these JONGA's are having 3956cc In-Line 6-Cylinder Petrol engines ??
Do post some detailed pics including interior & engine bay pics.
Are you going to retain same petrol engine ??
If you would like to have a JONGA service manual i.e. Nissan P60's service manual, please PM me your e-mail ID along with your mobile as I have completely scanned pages of P60's service manual.
Once again, congrats on acquiring JONGA, looking forward to their restorations.

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Old 27th September 2010, 12:33   #7
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Whoa, 2 JONGAs. Congrats on your acquisition. Looking forward for a complete thread on restoration. Would you be able to PM details on the cost and from where you got these. My friend is a fan and has been looking for something like this.

CHeers,
Raj
The restoration wont happen soon because im currently doing up OTR gypsy . IM sorry because my bro does not want to share the buying costs .

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congrats karizma9292!!

BTW how are you planning to source spares?
Not worried about that sir now , but i have few people who can help me out with it

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Double whammy Karizma! The one in yellow that you aspire to is a pretty interesting restoration. I had a chance of seeing a Jonga for sale in A'bad with a Qualis engine and castrated (2wd) for about 2L. 4wd and original petrol engine would be quite a killer combination!

Am hoping you've been able to get the engines in restorable conditions! More info please!
Good luck with the restoration

Cheers,
Adi
Thanks , the engines are in pretty good condition but then i'l never know till i start it

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Goodluck with the restoration!!

Are you going to maintain the original petrol motor?

Thanks . Yes im gonna maintain the OE engine and GB
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Old 27th September 2010, 12:37   #8
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Whoaa.. 2 JONGA's in 1 shot !!! This seems to be very interesting. Congrats on acquiring an Indian Humvee
Both of these JONGA's seems to be in a very much better (& drivable)conditions.
Are both of these JONGA's are having 3956cc In-Line 6-Cylinder Petrol engines ??
Do post some detailed pics including interior & engine bay pics.
Are you going to retain same petrol engine ??
If you would like to have a JONGA service manual i.e. Nissan P60's service manual, please PM me your e-mail ID along with your mobile as I have completely scanned pages of P60's service manual.
Once again, congrats on acquiring JONGA, looking forward to their
restorations.
Thanks , yes both are running 3956cc In-Line 6-Cylinder Petrol engines . Will post pics after a little clean up has been done inside because its kinda very dirty inside . I will retain the OE engine and GB .I"l immediately PM you my ID . Thanks a lot for that
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karizma9292: Congratulations.

Are the spares easily available in INDIA?

I would like to see your Jonga someday.

The yellow Jonga looks stunning. That guy should have spent a bomb in restoring it.

Anyways all the best . Keep us posted on any updates.

Bangy boys had brought 3 Jongas 7-8 months ago. No one restored it i guess.

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Congrats on the purchase. Are you going to create a build thread.

Any plans on the modificatiosns ?
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karizma9292:
Bangy boys had brought 3 Jongas 7-8 months ago. No one restored it i guess.

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Krishna, you can test drive my Jonga in a month, waited to arrange spares,
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want spares? Head to Jabalpur. This place is the Jonga Heaven.

Congrats on your acquisitions, i am sure these will decimate everything!
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Congrats on the purchase. Are you going to create a build thread.

Any plans on the modificatiosns ?
Right now not gonna build this because gypsy build is on . No planned any mods yet


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want spares? Head to Jabalpur. This place is the Jonga Heaven.

Congrats on your acquisitions, i am sure these will decimate everything!

Ok thanks saintstinner , i'l visit this place when im building it
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You're selling one of them already??

I might need a few parts of it, if you decide on breaking it
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You're selling one of them already??

I might need a few parts of it, if you decide on breaking it

Sorry bro im selling it in one piece i.e the whole vehicle
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