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Old 2nd December 2008, 22:58   #1
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Atlast I am in Team-BHP forum .
I am from bangalore and been auto enthusiast from my teen age . I was searching for Gypsy related topic and came across this website and really its worth reading site to get information.
I love to drive civic on on-road(highways) and Gypsy on off-roads both are my favourite vehicles. Really after shear patience and obstacles I bought a new Gypsy for my offroading trips. So any offroading trips will love to join and try to learn.
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Wow! In the Civic & the Gypsy, you have two truly enthusiast machines. Great garage. How about some pictures of your new Gypsy? Was it easy to procure? I don't recollect anyone on the forum who bought a brand new Gypsy in recent times.

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Welcome to the forum. Really curious as to how you managed to procure a new Gypsy. The Gypsy used to be and still is regarded as one of the most capable offroaders in the world, (alongwith the Lada Niva which was infamous for its rust and lack of reliability).
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Welcome to the forum. Really curious as to how you managed to procure a new Gypsy. The Gypsy used to be and still is regarded as one of the most capable offroaders in the world, (alongwith the Lada Niva which was infamous for its rust and lack of reliability).
Its a long story how i manage to get new Gypsy but i was bent upon it to buy new one, I was told it will take six months and other stories that i will be getting my Gypsy late but i got within two months. If you guys wants to know full story I can write it .
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If you guys wants to know full story I can write it .
photos will come up shortly.
Cheers mate cheers:, Welcome to Team-BHP.

We all look forward to your full story. Personally I enjoy reading anything and everything on automobile related articles.
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