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Old 10th January 2007, 12:02   #46
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brilliant off roading!
i recently bought a brand new gypsy king. wish to do mumbai-leh this june.
could you suggest where could i get the suspension changes done? is your gypsy in Mumbai? would like to see the changes and the difference it has made to you car.
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Old 10th January 2007, 14:41   #47
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the landrovers are realy troublesome....
...i rate these set of cars second only after the h1 and followed by the 002 and then the mighty old willy
What on earth is 002? (is it H2??)
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Brilliant thread..leaves me wanting to pack up and head out for that wilderness right now.
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What on earth is 002? (is it H2??)
He is talking about the LM002. It traces its roots to a failed Humvee competitor from Lambo.
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Old 1st February 2008, 12:29   #50
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hey xtreme power ur family car adventure team looks like the maharajas of the estate going for shikhar man....................guys u must have had a gala time..............good pics...Njoy.....where do u hide all machine in Mumbai
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Hey guys...thanks again..
well the leh trip was cancelled because of a wedding in the family..
but there should be a massive trip coming up in december..maybe 15 cars all in all..
the forester was a dream to drive...and really showed no signs of lagging behind the other TRUE monsters...
the 6*6 is the only one in the country......
among only a few in the world
Awesome! Spectacular dude!
am a LR fan too. that 6x6 is very unique, and never knew it existed in india, taken the fact in britain also its rare.
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Old 24th February 2009, 21:48   #52
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Hi all,

I clicked these pics of this MONSTER Defender with my Nokia E71 on the way to my factory in NOIDA a few days ago..

For a while i was behind the car and could not figure out what it was till i was alongside and than was able to comprehend what i was looking at!

The ultimate "jungle rover"!!

I am aware of who the car belongs to but am not at liberty to say so.

This person has many other really cool off-roaders including a Chevy Suburban, Range Rover, Another Defender, Landcruiser, Forrester..among others!

This car was modified under his supervision as i've heard he is very passionate about his cars and is a very immaculate and impressive job...

I look forward to your comments and views on this one of a kind vehicle..
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Old 24th February 2009, 23:26   #53
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It's unlike anything I've seen before.
Do you have any information about the engine? I believe it's changed.

All in all, looks like it's done very well
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I believe this car belongs to a member of this forum.

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a total destruction to a beauty.
the owner could go for a TATA/AL/EICHER truck instead, but why a LR??
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How much has the chassis been extended? Quite a personnel/people mover,so to say!
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It's unlike anything I've seen before.
Do you have any information about the engine? I believe it's changed.

All in all, looks like it's done very well
Infact LR used make 6X6, and there were lot of aftermarket Mod job also i think this is one of those. But i have my doubts if it is street legal in India

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a total destruction to a beauty.
the owner could go for a TATA/AL/EICHER truck instead, but why a LR??
I don't think he has modified it.
Refer these
::: Land Rover Madness - Have you got it? - 6x4 and 6x6 Land Rovers :::
This Fab Trek - Photography and Journey. 6x6 Land Rover Defender.

And check this, they actually made some 6X6 Defenders/Discoveries

The Land Rover History

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Old 25th February 2009, 13:27   #58
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Yup, this 6x6 belongs to "xtreme power" and is currently on its way to the Himalayas for an annual family offroading trip. Don't forget to get us some excellent pictures, Allen!
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The interesting trick with such a 6x6 is how to get drive to both sets of rear wheels.
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Old 25th February 2009, 17:37   #60
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xtreme you guys have to be THE offroading family of India !!! how wonderful that so many in your family are into this sport. Fantastic. All your machines are drool worthy. Thanks GTO for bumping this thread up
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