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Old 2nd February 2007, 15:53   #16
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Jeeps are not mine, but my brother got one (without those stupid stickers and mag wheels ) whole thing cost about 2-2.5 lakhs starting from scratch.
"aaahhhh another one huh, now a days i can see more info on Jeeps.
very soon i will be posting pics of my Gypsy."
Ludhiana is also famous for its Gypsy's. but there count is low (about 10+) most get engine transplanted to Toyota 2C turbo. frankly speaking i've not seen even a single willy in ludhiana without mag wheels and 295's. i guess it depends on taste. i'll posting pics of Gypsy too very shortly.
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hey had seen these two jeeps in dehradun few months back..
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Old 2nd February 2007, 22:02   #18
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Another appeal for a ford or willy's low bonnet origional please pm
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Jeeps are not mine, but my brother got one (without those stupid stickers and mag wheels ) whole thing cost about 2-2.5 lakhs starting from scratch.
"aaahhhh another one huh, now a days i can see more info on Jeeps.
very soon i will be posting pics of my Gypsy."
Ludhiana is also famous for its Gypsy's. but there count is low (about 10+) most get engine transplanted to Toyota 2C turbo. frankly speaking i've not seen even a single willy in ludhiana without mag wheels and 295's. i guess it depends on taste. i'll posting pics of Gypsy too very shortly.
That is so so so true.
Never does a day pass when I dont see any tastefully done up jeep or Gypsy.
All with those monster sized tyres.

Here in Punjab, a gypsy or jeep without huge mag+tyres is like..."Dude, what were you thinking????? "

Drove few and found them to be pretty fast after the Toyota 2c or 3c engines.
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Old 27th August 2008, 10:39   #20
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These are magnificent jeeps. Well maintained. But somehow though I like alloys on jeeps. They don't tend to match with the vintage ones. Otherwise the jeep looks amazing!
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taste less modifications by the workshop owners to make money from boys in village and town!

the front two tyres are going the opposite way in one of the photo.

i bet these ornamental things dont last a year for their money's worth.

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