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Old 19th February 2009, 22:30   #1
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Default Any reviews of a shop called 'CarMods' in Delhi

There's a shop known as car-mods delhi

5 Sikha Shopping Centre,Sarita Vihar,Near Yojana Vihar
Main Market, Delhi, 110092
Has anyone ever got anything done from here, i'm looking for some minor external work but wanted my car to go to a good place, any other place you guys would reccomend in delhi?

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What type of external work ? A little more details will help.
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Old 20th February 2009, 00:40   #3
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What kind of MODs are you looking for?? There are many better options in Delhi. For Body work no better place than Autopsyche, Gurgaon.

Tell us more about the MODS you looking for and the car details etc, It would be a lot better to help you then
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Old 20th February 2009, 00:58   #4
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What kind of MODs are you looking for?? There are many better options in Delhi. For Body work no better place than Autopsyche, Gurgaon.

Tell us more about the MODS you looking for and the car details etc, It would be a lot better to help you then
+1 to that.
Different stores are specialists in different works.
Its better for us to know what kind of work you are looking for so that we can suggest you the places where you can go to get the job done.
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I'm looking for an awesome paint job for my altura, it's a metallic blue, was wondering if such paints require harder work. There's a lot of bumper work that needs to be done, the paints chipped etc, not very sure whether a repaired one will give the right effect overall or not. Then there's quite a bit of denting, looking for a set of alloys, maybe a spoiler if it suits the car. I don't mind a few external mods to make the car look good.
You're right when you ask what exactly i'm looking for, the honest truth is that i've never seen an even slightly modified baleno altura, it's going to have to be trial an error approach. Me n dad both love the car too much to part with it, we'd like to make it nice an attractive, they'll be none of those hi fi modifications, no roof scoops or any such thing. Old man teaches in du & i doubt he'd like to take that type of car there. That's about all i have to say, i have no problem with anyplace, i want the quality to be real high, I want to be able to try out things like the spoiler etc. Thanks.
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Check out Autopsyche's website at Autopsyche - Racing Techniques

The kind of work that you have mentioned - painting, denting etc is not really rocket science For alloys, you can check Sai Mag Wheels or a similar place.

There are hardly any Alturas in India, forget seeing modded ones. And I dont think a spoiler will suit a station wagon.
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Thanks fountain head, so i guess carmods-delhi is out since no ones heard of it.
Autopsyche does simple painting/denting work?
That's the whole problem na, lack of alturas means i can't visualize anything. DO you think i should just get it painted then? No mods?

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If you have the time and want to take a lot of headaches, start the renovation step by step. First get the body/dents repaired and bumper fixed from a good garage, then get a full paintjob/touchup. After thats done, look around for a good set of alloys and tyres, there are lots of good alloy shops around. Then you can start looking for spoilers, body kits as per your choice.

If you have the moolah and want a proffesional job done, go to autopsyche, I'm sure you'll not be dissapointed.

Carmods might be a small time upcoming modifier.
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Check another place out called the AGM Technologies. They have got a website by the same name and are into modifying and stuff. Actually they are into high end modifications and don't think it will suit you but still a good dekho of a site. We are in talks for a fully modified limo-innova with them. Gud stuff.
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I am very keen to see how your Altura will come out. My family has one in Delhi as well– same colour as yours.

Forget car-mods, why don’t you open a new thread in the Modifications and Accessories section with a few pictures of your car? If you politely request some of the awesome TBHP designers we have here I am sure they can come up with stuff.

I haven’t seen an Altura mod job on TBHP till now. I am sure the experts will come up with a few results.
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Between MASS vs Pandit(okhla) vs Autopsyche ?
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Between MASS vs Pandit(okhla) vs Autopsyche ?
Pandit is high quality too! Get quotes from all three and proceed with the one that you are most comfortable dealing with.
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Pandit it'll be probably as auto is too far. Thanks gto
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Pandit is high quality too! Get quotes from all three and proceed with the one that you are most comfortable dealing with.
Will Pandit do a good job of cleaning the interiors of my Corolla too. It has done 38K, is very clean (I do it myself once every 1-2 months), but a professional work may ease off my work for some months. My eye (I can spot even a minor black tinge) sees things that my hands are unable to remove any longer.
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KJ Anthony unless you got a bucket of cash for Pandit & Co they are the best but charge likewise too!

Ishan tyrewala recommends too!
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