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Old 13th December 2016, 20:19   #17926
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"M" powered Maruti 800 with TBHP fake stickers, notice fat tyresPics of weird and wacky mod jobs!-imageuploadedbyteambhp1481640550.227223.jpg
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Old 13th December 2016, 21:11   #17927
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The 800 Pickup

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It was actually looking very proportional.
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WTH is this?



Not from India, though.
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Datson go sports

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Any idea what that thing on the Safari is? I don't think its a snorkel. Or is it?
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Old 2nd January 2017, 16:45   #17931
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Any idea what that thing on the Safari is? I don't think its a snorkel. Or is it?
As far as mods go, this one makes the list exhaustive.
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Old 3rd January 2017, 15:06   #17932
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Found this Tempo traveller with a unusual rear overhang!

Not sure if the owner has managed to tinker the monocoque body to add extra seats! Don't think Force motors has such a long bodied traveller on sale!
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Found this Tempo traveller with a unusual rear overhang!

Not sure if the owner has managed to tinker the monocoque body to add extra seats! Don't think Force motors has such a long bodied traveller on sale!
It is a factory product. The Force traveller comes in a wierd variant: http://www.forcemotors.com/vehicle/i...veller_4020/10

I have seen these on the road in bangalore, as cabs for Symantec and its an eyesore to watch this contraption. I like the design of the regular TTs for its proportions but this thing is a stretched and widened version of the same that too with twin wheels at the rear. Looks horrible IMO.

EDIT: I stand corrected, looks like this is another contraption. The last window looks a bit different from the Traveller 4020.

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Found this Tempo traveller with a unusual rear overhang!

Not sure if the owner has managed to tinker the monocoque body to add extra seats! Don't think Force motors has such a long bodied traveller on sale!
It's OE spec. These are with close to 2m rear over hang.

Source (Force Motors (including Force One 4x4) @ Auto Expo 2012)

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It is a factory product. The Force traveller comes in a wierd variant: http://www.forcemotors.com/vehicle/i...veller_4020/10

I have seen these on the road in bangalore, as cabs for Symantec and its an eyesore to watch this contraption. I like the design of the regular TTs for its proportions but this thing is a stretched and widened version of the same that too with twin wheels at the rear. Looks horrible IMO.
Nopes, this is not the double wheeled one either, it had single tyre on the rear track
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Saw this TRD Polo on the way to office now.

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Nopes, this is not the double wheeled one either, it had single tyre on the rear track
This is a standard Model from Force Motors. 4020 mm wheelbase, 20 seater

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Nopes, this is not the double wheeled one either, it had single tyre on the rear track
May be a one without combination wheels at the rear?
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This Toyota Fortuner has been converted from a nice looking hulk SUV to I don't know, a duckling maybe , by You Know Who.
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.... to I don't know, a duckling maybe , by You Know Who.
This perhaps..?

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