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    Can someone tell me is it required to get forensic lab test for any auctioned land cruiser (agency auctioned or embassy auctioned). A showroom owner told me that buying any auctioned jeep means we have to get forensic test. Without that we should not buy. Is that true? I need to finalize a deal of auctioned jeep maybe tomorrow.


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    which model make n type with place you are buying matters to get lab tested at the time of registeration from islamabad MRA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banoori555 View Post
    which model make n type with place you are buying matters to get lab tested at the time of registeration from islamabad MRA
    Its ISI auctioned. LC80 1990 model. Number is of islamabad but jeep is in lahore. The jeep is upgraded to multi-valve (engine, gear plus interior). But they claim its not a body change at all (which to some extent seems to be right). But few people told me not to buy auctioned jeep without lab test. Who knows it is a body change.

    Plus I saw the papers for the jeep. The actual color code is 4k1 which is beige metallic and jeep is same color but on papers it was mentioned silver before and then it was updated by hand as beige. To me its getting fishy now. But totally confused

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    In such cases I think the basic rule is if you feel any thing fishy even at a very minuet level , just stay away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmar.mirza View Post
    Its ISI auctioned. LC80 1990 model. Number is of islamabad but jeep is in lahore. The jeep is upgraded to multi-valve (engine, gear plus interior). But they claim its not a body change at all (which to some extent seems to be right). But few people told me not to buy auctioned jeep without lab test. Who knows it is a body change.

    Plus I saw the papers for the jeep. The actual color code is 4k1 which is beige metallic and jeep is same color but on papers it was mentioned silver before and then it was updated by hand as beige. To me its getting fishy now. But totally confused
    4K1 came in 1991
    4G8 came in 1990
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