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    Default The Phantom Of City Sadar Road

    When I first started this thread, I had just taken delivery of a stock, recently-auctioned 1984 TLC FJ40.

    Gaari to khareed lee, lekin I had little/no idea of what I was going to end up doing to the vehicle. For a very long time, I planned to give it a "decent" sort of makeover: something involving some nice tyres, a respectable paint-job, comfortable seats, a roll cage, and that's about it. At that time, little did I know what was in store for me...

    Somewhere along the line, this project developed a life of its own. Baaton baaton mein, it metamorphosed from being a quick, run-of-the-mill restoration into something quite ambitious and challenging. Something that was in-your-face, and in-your-guts. Something, the likes of which we had seen chronicled in the pages of Off Roader magazines...but something which we'd never really attempted back home.

    This rebuild is STILL ongoing. It's far from over, just yet. But along the way, it's indeed become something which seems to have a life of its own. Ironically, this as-yet-unfinished vehicle has developed a...character.

    While it may not be the most ego-stroking fact...a lot of people know "The Phantom...jiss ka maalik woh Fouad Hafeez hai"...rather than knowing "Fouad Hafeez...jiss ke paas woh Phantom hai"

    Also, along the way, this vehicle has been instrumental in my making a huge number of friends, acquaintances, and well-wishers alike. Without a doubt, all of these people are gentlemen; sporting enthusiasts, and engine afficianados, and automotive hobbyists...with whom, a common love for the sport, has brought us to common ground. Their support, good wishes, advice, expert opinions, constructive criticism, and attention to detail, has made this hunk of steel slowly emerge into its current shape. I have no doubt that the end product will be a fusion of the ideas and aspirations of all of these friends, acquaintances, and well-wishers. To all of you; my deepest gratitude. It has been (and will be) one helluva ride, so far!

    For now, though, this thread (having picked up over 700 replies) is going to undergo some TLC of its own. A chronicle (in pictures) of all the water that's flown under the bridge, thus far, as we progress towards the desired end state (shown in the last picture of this post). Let the photos begin!

    And...I think it's about time for some of the photos to change here, too.

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    Thank you for the lovely write up and photos, Usman. God bless you...they certainly made my day!
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    Once again the point in the week is near when we get to see the updates.....rubs his hands in anticipation.......they`ll b coming anytime now!!!

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    @ vague_one, very well said brother.

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    Great going Sir.. Thumbs up. The beast is looking absolutely wicked. I wish I could come by everyday to see the masters working on this piece of art.
    Ehsan

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    Quote Originally Posted by ehsankiani View Post
    Great going Sir.. Thumbs up. The beast is looking absolutely wicked. I wish I could come by everyday to see the masters working on this piece of art.
    Ehsan
    Thanks for the wonderful words of encouragement, Kiani Sahib.

    To be honest, it's quite ironic that as the Phantom reaches its culmination stage...I'm getting to see less and less of the monster. Which is terribly distressing to say the least. I wish I were around more, too...to personally oversee the minor details, that the "finalization stage" so intricately involves.

    The past couple of weekends haven't allowed me to be in town to do exactly that. But I'm told that progress is steady, and that the Phantom slowly makes its way to the finishing post. At least in terms of the coachwork. Let's see what time yields, Insha Allah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vague_one View Post
    Once again the point in the week is near when we get to see the updates.....rubs his hands in anticipation.......they`ll b coming anytime now!!!

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    Sorry to have been a let-down, Usman. The weekends haven't been kind to me, lately!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadhafeez View Post
    Sorry to have been a let-down, Usman. The weekends haven't been kind to me, lately!
    Not let down at all sir......jus curious on how yer taking it.....spending the weekend without setting eye on "CHANDA!"
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    what a monster jeep

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    Default We are all waiting...

    without posting a lot of replies, a large number of people like myself are probably waiting to appreciate the developments.
    No pressure though, ....
    these things take time and other responsibilites compete with these for this precious commodity.
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    Default Weekend Update - Without Pictures!

    A-o-A, everyone.

    My gratitude to those friends and brothers who've been diligently following this thread, despite my apparent absence from it. Also, my apologies to them, for having been absent all these days.

    This weekend, too, finds me unable to visit the rebuild site...so the update is going to be more of a textual one, than a pictorial one!

    I'm informed that the Phantom is about ready...with a few minor things to be added on / put right.

    The beast currently stands, stripped of all paint, etc...and has been dented to a very high degree of perfection by Il Duce Jamil. The headlights (which were unable to be fitted initially because of the extra-broad radiator of the 1HZ) have been modified and now fit perfectly. For the front indicators, we've opted for Series 70 ones rather than the original FJ40 lights...which is in line with the philosophy of "yaar, lagdi tey FJ40 aey...par pata naein...shayad aey koi hor hi cheez aey".

    The doors have received the treatment. They're satisfyingly creak-free, and are working perfectly.

    The FRP roof has been jointed properly...and is now, a one-piece, fully-removable unit.

    The rear seat (from a GMC Suburban) has been installed. It perfectly matches the dimensions at the rear (after catering for the rear wheel arches, roll cage, and rear window).

    The roll cage is complete.

    I've been told that the daala looks absolutely incredible with the overall stance and height and proportions of the vehicle. Since it's based on the rear quarter-panels of the donor FJ body, it lends a completely original look to the vehicle. Let me reiterate..."yaar, lagdi tey FJ40 aey...par pata naein...shayad aey koi hor hi cheez aey".

    The sidebars / sidesteps have been completed. Again, I'm told they look rather nice.

    Amongst the things remaining are the rear wheel garnish (which is likely to be finished today), the piped "half-gates" (which will be built, later) and the front seats (I'm STILL looking for a pair of Recaro / Sparco seats).

    The vehicle will make its way over to Nikku and Imran Ustaads for about a week, on Monday. The purpose of this, is to sort out any remaining niggles / foibles that we might have with the suspension, brakes, shaft, drivetrain, etc. By roughly the beginning of the week following that, hopefully, we should have a ready-to-go Phantom, God willing.

    I grow increasingly more excited as that day approaches. My plan is to cover the monster in primer, and a base coat, and drive around for a bit. Test it, try it, and torture it somewhat. In the meanwhile, after coming to know exactly ke yeh kitne paani mein hai...the colour selection process will commence, along with the final choices for the interior.

    If Allah be willing...I've mentally set 14th August as the date by which we should have our homegrown, Pakistani-built apex predator; prowling the savannah!

    Cheers.

    Fouad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadhafeez View Post
    A-o-A, everyone.

    My gratitude to those friends and brothers who've been diligently following this thread, despite my apparent absence from it. Also, my apologies to them, for having been absent all these days.

    This weekend, too, finds me unable to visit the rebuild site...so the update is going to be more of a textual one, than a pictorial one!

    I'm informed that the Phantom is about ready...with a few minor things to be added on / put right.

    The beast currently stands, stripped of all paint, etc...and has been dented to a very high degree of perfection by Il Duce Jamil. The headlights (which were unable to be fitted initially because of the extra-broad radiator of the 1HZ) have been modified and now fit perfectly. For the front indicators, we've opted for Series 70 ones rather than the original FJ40 lights...which is in line with the philosophy of "yaar, lagdi tey FJ40 aey...par pata naein...shayad aey koi hor hi cheez aey".

    The doors have received the treatment. They're satisfyingly creak-free, and are working perfectly.

    The FRP roof has been jointed properly...and is now, a one-piece, fully-removable unit.

    The rear seat (from a GMC Suburban) has been installed. It perfectly matches the dimensions at the rear (after catering for the rear wheel arches, roll cage, and rear window).

    The roll cage is complete.

    I've been told that the daala looks absolutely incredible with the overall stance and height and proportions of the vehicle. Since it's based on the rear quarter-panels of the donor FJ body, it lends a completely original look to the vehicle. Let me reiterate..."yaar, lagdi tey FJ40 aey...par pata naein...shayad aey koi hor hi cheez aey".

    The sidebars / sidesteps have been completed. Again, I'm told they look rather nice.

    Amongst the things remaining are the rear wheel garnish (which is likely to be finished today), the piped "half-gates" (which will be built, later) and the front seats (I'm STILL looking for a pair of Recaro / Sparco seats).

    The vehicle will make its way over to Nikku and Imran Ustaads for about a week, on Monday. The purpose of this, is to sort out any remaining niggles / foibles that we might have with the suspension, brakes, shaft, drivetrain, etc. By roughly the beginning of the week following that, hopefully, we should have a ready-to-go Phantom, God willing.

    I grow increasingly more excited as that day approaches. My plan is to cover the monster in primer, and a base coat, and drive around for a bit. Test it, try it, and torture it somewhat. In the meanwhile, after coming to know exactly ke yeh kitne paani mein hai...the colour selection process will commence, along with the final choices for the interior.

    If Allah be willing...I've mentally set 14th August as the date by which we should have our homegrown, Pakistani-built apex predator; prowling the savannah!

    Cheers.

    Fouad.
    We intend to wait patiently........
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    A wonderful little brother by the name of Usman (vague_one) has been instrumental in me finally tracking down those Sparco seats.

    Photos, of course, will follow shortly.

    Thank you, Usman. Jazak Allah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadhafeez View Post
    A wonderful little brother by the name of Usman (vague_one) has been instrumental in me finally tracking down those Sparco seats.

    Photos, of course, will follow shortly.

    Thank you, Usman. Jazak Allah!
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    Default The Phantom's Sparcos!

    Once again, thanks must go to Usman, for helping track down this fairly rare commodity.

    Now...these seats are going to be reupholstered, in suede and leather. The black portions will be coated in black leather, and the yellow portion will be done up in suede that corresponds to the colour of the beast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadhafeez View Post
    A-o-A, everyone.

    My gratitude to those friends and brothers who've been diligently following this thread, despite my apparent absence from it. Also, my apologies to them, for having been absent all these days.

    This weekend, too, finds me unable to visit the rebuild site...so the update is going to be more of a textual one, than a pictorial one!

    I'm informed that the Phantom is about ready...with a few minor things to be added on / put right.

    The beast currently stands, stripped of all paint, etc...and has been dented to a very high degree of perfection by Il Duce Jamil. The headlights (which were unable to be fitted initially because of the extra-broad radiator of the 1HZ) have been modified and now fit perfectly. For the front indicators, we've opted for Series 70 ones rather than the original FJ40 lights...which is in line with the philosophy of "yaar, lagdi tey FJ40 aey...par pata naein...shayad aey koi hor hi cheez aey".

    The doors have received the treatment. They're satisfyingly creak-free, and are working perfectly.

    The FRP roof has been jointed properly...and is now, a one-piece, fully-removable unit.

    The rear seat (from a GMC Suburban) has been installed. It perfectly matches the dimensions at the rear (after catering for the rear wheel arches, roll cage, and rear window).

    The roll cage is complete.

    I've been told that the daala looks absolutely incredible with the overall stance and height and proportions of the vehicle. Since it's based on the rear quarter-panels of the donor FJ body, it lends a completely original look to the vehicle. Let me reiterate..."yaar, lagdi tey FJ40 aey...par pata naein...shayad aey koi hor hi cheez aey".

    The sidebars / sidesteps have been completed. Again, I'm told they look rather nice.

    Amongst the things remaining are the rear wheel garnish (which is likely to be finished today), the piped "half-gates" (which will be built, later) and the front seats (I'm STILL looking for a pair of Recaro / Sparco seats).

    The vehicle will make its way over to Nikku and Imran Ustaads for about a week, on Monday. The purpose of this, is to sort out any remaining niggles / foibles that we might have with the suspension, brakes, shaft, drivetrain, etc. By roughly the beginning of the week following that, hopefully, we should have a ready-to-go Phantom, God willing.

    I grow increasingly more excited as that day approaches. My plan is to cover the monster in primer, and a base coat, and drive around for a bit. Test it, try it, and torture it somewhat. In the meanwhile, after coming to know exactly ke yeh kitne paani mein hai...the colour selection process will commence, along with the final choices for the interior.

    If Allah be willing...I've mentally set 14th August as the date by which we should have our homegrown, Pakistani-built apex predator; prowling the savannah!

    Cheers.

    Fouad.
    Didnt quite get the time to sit down an do some writing, just got some time on my hands.........I guess only only an only word here to sum things up, MASHALLAH! Bro, been a heck of a long journey, how the lil spook graduated to "PHANTOM" level. Making a "ONE OFF" is always tedious work....the fine tunning of the niggles....the numerous lil things that need to be set straight, the brain storming of ideas, the solutions to those no guideline problems........my head spins to think of all the meddling....duno what you were thinking Fouad bhai, but sure came out a very fine machine....an I assure you it is somthing not only u, but your children an even theirs will cherish! So here`s to a new an unique edition in Pakistan`s automotive history, an to the big boy! Let the mayhem begin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadhafeez View Post
    A wonderful little brother by the name of Usman (vague_one) has been instrumental in me finally tracking down those Sparco seats.

    Photos, of course, will follow shortly.

    Thank you, Usman. Jazak Allah!
    Anything for a wonderful elder brother! Yer more than welcome Fouad bhai, I`ll consider it my lil helping hand in the making of "Phantom!"

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    JazakAllah bro !

    Quote Originally Posted by fouadhafeez View Post
    Once again, thanks must go to Usman, for helping track down this fairly rare commodity.

    Now...these seats are going to be reupholstered, in suede and leather. The black portions will be coated in black leather, and the yellow portion will be done up in suede that corresponds to the colour of the beast.

    I LIKE!


    The Phantom Of City Sadar Road - 418588
    JazakAllah for the kind words again, bhai jan, lets get these lil critters in the rig! Waisay...........hows a bumble bee theme for the truck? Seats to pelay hi yellow hain..........sorta like the "PEDAL MAI CYCLE DALWANAY WALI BAAT!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadhafeez View Post
    Once again, thanks must go to Usman, for helping track down this fairly rare commodity.

    Now...these seats are going to be reupholstered, in suede and leather. The black portions will be coated in black leather, and the yellow portion will be done up in suede that corresponds to the colour of the beast.

    I LIKE!


    The Phantom Of City Sadar Road - 418588 The Phantom Of City Sadar Road - 418589

    Nice! Where did you find these?

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    Nice! Where did you find these?
    They were the result of a private sale. The gentleman who'd bought them, was planning to use them in some sports car rebuild, and when the project was shelved, he had no further use for the seats. Lucky me.
    Always buy cars which your children love. They'll be helpful allies against your wife, later on!

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    Really very nice seats
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