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Old 1st September 2008, 10:07   #256
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was the stove canister unit a standard accessory on the willys mb/ ford gpw??
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I really wouldn't know, but what I meant was that many period WW2 accessories were presented with the car, including the stove in a canister.
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Old 3rd September 2008, 19:23   #257
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was the stove canister unit a standard accessory on the willys mb/ ford gpw??
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Friend had this recently restored in Hyderabad. Sourced him some parts from bangalore.
gotzuk, The stove canister unit was not a standard accessory on the Willys MB/Ford GPW. These were accessories given to military units for use.

dominator, Lovely Kaiser Jeep (modified of course) and Land Rover.
Is that a Jeep Thrills sticker on the side in the Land Rover ? Is he also in the Jeep Thrills?
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Friend had this recently restored in Hyderabad. Sourced him some parts from bangalore.

this was done up at painter masood's place, right?
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dominator, Lovely Kaiser Jeep (modified of course) and Land Rover.
Is that a Jeep Thrills sticker on the side in the Land Rover ? Is he also in the Jeep Thrills?[/quote]

I doubt my Land Rover friend is in the Jeep Thrills Team ? Will check with him anyways.
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this was done up at painter masood's place, right?
I wouldn't know that. For mechanicals he visits JAved at Gandhi Bhavan.
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I bought a Willys CJ3B of 1955 vintage recently. I have started a thread in the 4x4 section. Here is the link : http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-of...llys-cj3b.html
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hi
i am posting some pics of 1942 model FORD jeep,which is owned by my friend's friend......Had clicked these photos after a wonderful ride in it.
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Guys, I saw this jeep at a painter place awaiting completion,but it looks like the waiting has taken its toll on the jeep. This JEEP is called a Kaiser isnt it guys ??? Just cofirm it. Came to know from the painter that the owner owns 4 jeeps in total. 2 Willys , this one and the 4th he doesnt know the model.You can see a Willys bonnet in the 3rd pics.

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The bonnet also suggests it was a M38A1 as the cover right below the wind screen is for the 24V battery.

I could be wrong, please correct.

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rudra,
u intrested in old classics like these?
i can try and get you those old ww2 landcrusiers with original engine,there are quite a few in hyd.


ps:isnt that a american kaiser?? are willys and kaisers same?

boss iam sorry to interupt but iam looking out for a ww2 landrover and will be thankfull if you be of any help in this

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This one may not be relevant here, but just thought would post it! its not a new jeep, because it has a TXX reg. The guy was talking something about this being a korean jeep!! Can anybody shed some light on this??
Korean !!!! Jay bro only the winch is a T-max Aussie stuff other then that its all my place Mod guru's craftsmanship
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boss iam looking out for an ww2 landcrusier it will be nice of you if you can help
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rudra,
u intrested in old classics like these?
i can try and get you those old ww2 landcrusiers with original engine,there are quite a few in hyd.


ps:isnt that a american kaiser?? are willys and kaisers same?
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@Powertwin,

Nice looking 550. The paint job looks amazing and the Jeep is surely giving a go anywhere look.

Nice going.

Cheers !!!!!!
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boss iam looking out for an ww2 landcrusier it will be nice of you if you can help
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rudra,
u intrested in old classics like these?
i can try and get you those old ww2 landcrusiers with original engine,there are quite a few in hyd.

Is there really such a thing as a WWII LandCruiser??
AFAIK, The term LandCruiser was coined in 1954, almost a decade after WWII ended.
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Guys.

There were no Land Cruisers around for WW 2. The first version was made in 1951, which was a copy of the Willys Jeep called the BJ. This had a 3.4 liter OHV six cylinder engine and was more powerfull than the Jeep.

This was followed by the 20 Series from 1955 to 1960. Then came the legendary FJ 40 which was available in various guises from 1960 to 84.

To celebrate 50 years of the Land cruiser Toyota presented a show car at the Chicago Motor Snow in 2003. It was their vision of what the original FJ 40 would look like if it was to be produced in the 21 century. This was not intended as a production model but due to great popular demand it went into production in 2006 as the Toyota FJ Cruiser, a truly awsome vehicle.

The current Land Rover is the considered to be the ninth generation 200 Series wagon.
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Seen this classic Ford (Willys ??) GPW yesterday near Shivaji park, Mumbai.
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