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Old 7th June 2014, 20:57   #181
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Old 9th June 2014, 16:05   #182
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This is a great Jeep is this the one you showed me in Hyderabad ?
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This is a great Jeep is this the one you showed me in Hyderabad ?
Shahid bhai,

Yes its the same.
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The jeep in deep water shows so much of the character the "Lynx" has. Very well done Sir. I am officially jealous.
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Dont be Jealous build one like it.

Jeeps are built not bought.

What we have as Thars are poor clones indeed.

So if Fazal sells one, grab it. His Jeeps are among the best.
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Vivek,

The steering GB belonged to a Mercedes mini van.

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Fazal Saab, Will a W123 steering GB fit a classic?

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