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Old 24th December 2013, 19:18   #2026
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Hi all, This was a Gypsy King that started out as a stock soft-top, but Performance Auto Noida turned it into a monster that was virtually indestructible off-road. The modifications carried out this Gypsy have nearly doubled the cost of the vehicle, but are well worth it. The Zuk has an all-new suspension design using trailing arms with coil springs instead of leaf springs and with 35-inch mud-terrain tyres. It gets a snorkel and lockable differentials as well.

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Wrong thread, this should be on weird and whacky thread. Hideous monstrosity IMO
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Old 25th December 2013, 00:41   #2028
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Hi all, Posting another hard-top Thar from R&T's stable. It belongs to mods own country. Definitely a looker with even subtle mods.

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I wish Mahindra did something about the front Windscreen and it's rake which looks hideous making a potentially good side profile with that nice hardtop look oddball
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Hi all, This is a 1996 Armada now modified from mods own country. I really appriciate the job carried out with utmost precision.

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Hi all, A neat and elegantly done Cedia. I just wish the alloys could have been slightly better. Please give your view.

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Hi all, A neat and elegantly done Cedia. I just wish the alloys could have been slightly better. Please give your view.

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Spoilt in my opinion. The Cedia is a neat looking car anyway especially in such paint finish. BUT those vents on the fender, the alloys, the hood and the fornt bumper, don't gel with eachother nor do they gel with the car
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Spoilt in my opinion. The Cedia is a neat looking car anyway especially in such paint finish. BUT those vents on the fender, the alloys, the hood and the fornt bumper, don't gel with eachother nor do they gel with the car
Exactly my thoughts, the alloys should have been black in color. Front bumper is a hit/miss.

The headlights should have been smoked.
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Old 26th December 2013, 11:07   #2033
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Please give your view.
Oh, that's a ricer guy right there.
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Hi all, This is a 1996 Armada now modified from mods own country. I really appriciate the job carried out with utmost precision.

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That is one butch ride.. The side ad rear profiles are equally good.
The armada was even featured in some auto magz and there is a separate thread on T-bhp for this particular motor.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-ve...ra-armada.html (PIC : A neatly modified Mahindra Armada)
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There is more from mods own country.
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Hi all, one more elegant Gypsy from the mods own country and a Lancer evo. brilliantly done in my view. I really like the alloys of Evo.

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Hello there, high time to check your sources

Its a genuine Evo IX that was spotted in Chennai and the link to the post here.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...ml#post2895917 (PICS : Tastefully Modified Cars in India)

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Hi all, one more elegant Gypsy from the mods own country and a Lancer evo. brilliantly done in my view. I really like the alloys of Evo.

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Hello there, high time to check your sources

Its a genuine Evo IX that was spotted in Chennai and the link to the post here.
Dear mate, I went thru the link you gave. Thanks a lot. Actually it has been posted on Pg 12 and in September 2012 when i was not even a member here. I had picked it up from facebook today without this prior knowledge. Anyways thanks a ton to have educated me on the same.

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Saw this beautifully modified Lancer to look like a Evo in my office parking

The paint job and finish was excellent, the wheels looked a cheesy to me on an otherwise tastefully modded Lancer!

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Hi all, one more elegant Gypsy from the mods own country and a Lancer evo. brilliantly done in my view. I really like the alloys of Evo.

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I want to buy this car immediately. What a fantastic modification of CEDIA to look like a EVO.

If the CEDIA came with this face, it would have outsold the competition.

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Nicely done mod on the cedia. Evo 9 front and rear with evo 7 spoiler. Now if he only turbocharged it, he will surely have a winner.
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