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Old 4th March 2008, 19:36   #61
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thanks bro,
there are more bhpians in goa then u think, lemme know if u require team bhp sticker!
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Hey fellows i have seen nc1's safari quite sometimes in Panjim..it Looks amazing and stands out coz of its red colour..Didnt think id ever see a Team Bhp members car...Cool...
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Old 31st March 2008, 22:01   #62
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They are 60 mm gauges with opening and closing ceremony and dual illumination.
From top the first ones a voltmeter, second one is for turbo and third is a tachometer with shift indicator. here are more pics of the gauges:
Hi nc1bad,
your safari look great.Iam not good in understanding the gauges.can u tell me what are its uses and used for?
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Old 27th June 2012, 12:19   #63
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Bumping a very old thread, came across this picture while browsing, very nicely done job, I feel.
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not bad- maybe TML should have taken a cue from this for the Storm
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Bumping a very old thread, came across this picture while browsing, very nicely done job, I feel.
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not bad- maybe TML should have taken a cue from this for the Storm
Modified TATA SAFARI – RR Evoque Concept

There you go! neat job IMHO.
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Looks great except for the "Moon Rover" thing. Cannot believe it is the Tata Safari.
The interior colour combination could have been better.
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Old 12th July 2012, 10:47   #67
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thanks for sharing jkdas, they got more details pics on FB. Though this design is Evoque inspired, I am sure something like this could have been done by TATA. Am I getting a feeling that, Storme may turn out to be lost opportunity.
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@jkdas, I think Tata should learn a thing or two from what these folks have done.If Tata had planned the storme on similar lines a lot of other manufacturers would have rushed back to the drawing board.The fact that the Safari platform though aged has the stance and the class to carry such a drastic modification is really testimony to the UK company who designed it originally

On a ligher note how difficult is this mod?

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Wow Moon Rover concept looks absolutely smashing, only the actual Range rover can match that
This gets me thinking if small garages can do this type of work, why cant big companies?
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jkdas- thanx for the pics, very well modified,but like some one mentioned,the name moon rover is tacky, should have avoided that.there's a thread on some one who modified a tata xenon and made a total mess out of it, hope he sees this one and improves his next project.
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Has anyone ever chopped off the third row part of the Safari while modding it. To make it a much smaller compact SUV?
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Has anyone ever chopped off the third row part of the Safari while modding it. To make it a much smaller compact SUV?
Have seen pics of one Dicor where they had converted the last section into an open cargo bay. Was not the a very good looker
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Has anyone ever chopped off the third row part of the Safari while modding it. To make it a much smaller compact SUV?
Do you really mean to chop off the cargo area ? If so, the dimension ratio of height to width to length will just go for a toss. This will also increase the "toppling" effect of Safari due to the higher ground clearance !

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Do you really mean to chop off the cargo area ? If so, the dimension ratio of height to width to length will just go for a toss. This will also increase the "toppling" effect of Safari due to the higher ground clearance !

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No. Basically if anyone has got rid of any rear overhang there is on the Safari.

The cargo area is also the area which has the higher roof.
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No. Basically if anyone has got rid of any rear overhang there is on the Safari.

The cargo area is also the area which has the higher roof.
There was a three door variant of the first gen safari either as a concept or for the European market, not sure.
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