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Old 10th May 2010, 09:14   #151
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Hi Karthik

I did see your jeep for sale.Why did you sell it?

BTW are you out of india now?
Hi,

I'm at Invercargill - NZ - the land of speed . Just here on a long long visit .

Will join the offroad community soon and will post.

Going for Toyota Landcruser 4.2 Lit - straight six or Nissan . Just going through the offroad scene here .

Its more winching than driving here .

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Anyone want to take a guess on how much has been spent on this Jeep?
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Old 12th May 2010, 01:30   #153
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Anyone want to take a guess on how much has been spent on this Jeep?
Personal opinion: Whatever the amount, the owner should recover twice the amount from the guy who did the aesthetics. I particularly like the Power "Staring" part. Staring. Yes. Laughing. More like it.
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... I particularly like the Power "Staring" part. Staring. Yes...


With all those additional lights, the 'staring' is going to be really powerful.
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Old 16th June 2010, 12:48   #155
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Fail to understand why these guys use Mudgrip tyres on bling machines like these. They become almost bald on covering 40K Kms. But in all certainity, it looks like a Mayapuri Work.

The "Staring" part of it indeed is funny
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The only thing worth plucking off the jeep are the tyres. Damn my eyes hurt.
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The lights on this one actually remind me of a very enLIGHTening experience:
So am at this shop looking for jeep stuff and in my conversation somewhere mention that my jeep is a 4x4. The shop owner lights up and says "do you want 4x4 lights?" Am like :sure, I'll have a look!" So he gets me these obscene looking fog lights with a protective casing which has 4x4 written in chrome. I ask quizzically "Is this what you meant?" He's totally clueless and he's like "you don't like it? I can get you 1x1 and 2x2 lights also"

These guys apparently use 1x1, 2x2 and 4x4 to define size of the fog lights.

For the record: I didn't buy them

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The only thing worth plucking off the jeep are the tyres. Damn my eyes hurt.
I agree. If I see something like this on the road.. I am sure I would gesture 'Seriously? Why?'

Actually the seats look pretty usable. need to be reupholstered though.
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The only thing worth plucking off the jeep are the tyres...
...and maybe that fire-extinguisher on the front grill.
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