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Old 15th June 2009, 16:25   #91
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Awesome. I just totally forgot about your gypsy for a while. Post the pics fast. Cant wait!
 
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By the by where do you stay in Mysore? My hometown is Mysore and i usually trvael to Mysore during weekends.
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By the by where do you stay in Mysore? My hometown is Mysore and i usually trvael to Mysore during weekends.
Siddhartha Layout sir. And what about you sir?
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Old 15th June 2009, 21:13   #94
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Before The final coat paint job

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Now check out the DuPont paint.

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Painting Under Process..

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Old 15th June 2009, 21:38   #95
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Painting under process continues..

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Old 15th June 2009, 21:51   #96
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This is how it looks now. The rubbing polish is yet to be done.
It will look better than this after the final polish work.

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Awesome. I just totally forgot about your gypsy for a while. Post the pics fast. Cant wait!
Here it is dude. Hope you like the Paint job.
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Old 16th June 2009, 12:38   #98
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Awesome !!! this was treat to my eyes !! Great work
 
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@krishna : have'nt you put your gypsy up for sale some time ago?

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oh it seems to be another one. In that case why are you going for a similar paintjob, you could experiment with a military version with this one. just a suggestion

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@krishna : have'nt you put your gypsy up for sale some time ago?

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oh it seems to be another one. In that case why are you going for a similar paintjob, you could experiment with a military version with this one. just a suggestion
That Gypsy is my friends and it has a mat finish double color paint job. Mine is Accent viva red color
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Nice! You are using Dupont paint then why rubbing and polish? I thought clear coat was the standard process for Duponts?
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@Krishna,
The gypsy looks very nice. I am really curious to see the end product with those wheels and Geolanders.
The black tinted windows on your GYpsy will look awesome with red color. Here in Punjab its almost impossible to get your windows tinted.
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The gypsy looks very nice. I am really curious to see the end product with those wheels and Geolanders.
The black tinted windows on your GYpsy will look awesome with red color. Here in Punjab its almost impossible to get your windows tinted.

Thanks Amar. I will post the next set of pictures very shortly.
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Sorry for going OT..

But whats the story with the Morris Minor in the background..

Hope your build goes really well with no hiccups...Good luck..
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But whats the story with the Morris Minor in the background..

Hope your build goes really well with no hiccups...Good luck..

As far as I know that Morris Minor is there since 90-100days without any sort of work going on. This tinker is very slow in his work. Just now I blasted him over phone. It’s already 4 days the paint job got over and he is yet to start to bumper fitting, top fitting, electrical work and other small small work. My gypsy is there in his garage since 90 days. March 18th I gave him my gypsy.

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