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Old 7th April 2010, 19:54   #76
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Ultimate Dadagiri Gaadi should be The Great Contessa Classic.
Add 4 Huge ROOTS Megasonic Horns and a VIP number that #1 desi gansta ride.

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Close Second Would be Safari. With its amazing road stance even trucks would give way for this giant.
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Old 7th April 2010, 20:02   #77
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till now, with respect to all the posts, these SUVs are leading. imagine them in your RVM!
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Old 7th April 2010, 20:15   #78
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till now, with respect to all the posts, these SUVs are leading. imagine them in your RVM!
Here is an example:

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Old 7th April 2010, 21:09   #79
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1) White Ambassador with a flying/flag rod and numerous stickers on the windscreen denoting a) Parliament house parking b) Ministry of XYZ c) Member of XYZ

2) Young drivers behind the steering wheel of a sumo/qualis/tavera/Innova cab bearing a HR registration, honking away to glory.

3) White/Black Scorpio/Safari with dark black tints, ppsized tyres, huge chrome guard lotsa 'extra' lights and a VIP number. Order of Dadagiri a) White Scorpio b) Black Scorpio c) White Safari d) Black Safari

4) Boleros/Scorpios/Omnis/ loaded with 7-8 jaat guys and the stereo blazing 'Jattan Ka Chora' or 'Hat ja Tau Pache Ne' at full volume. The second song literally asking you to get out of the way.

5) Maruti 800 with 4 burly Unclejis doing some car-o-bar, while blarring music and honking continuously while having a good time.

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Old 7th April 2010, 22:15   #80
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1). Tata Sierra - The Best Dadagiri Car/Suv.
2). Tata Safari - Add bling alloys, pure gangsta .
3). Tata Sumo.
4). Mahindra Scorpio - Same as safari.
5). Gypsy and M&M Classic.
6). Maruti Suzuki Esteem - Dark tints with bling alloys.
7). Ford Endeavour.
8). Maruti Suzuki Omni.
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Old 7th April 2010, 22:27   #81
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IMO Beemers have that "Don't mess with me" thing.

The grille is more of a frown.

To quote OD/ACI(don't remember which) - "You get that frown in your rear view mirror, and boy, you move over."

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Old 7th April 2010, 22:32   #82
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1. How can all of TBHP members forget the OMNI. The OMNI was notorious for all sorts of anti social activities and particularly favoring kidnapping with its sliding doors. When i was a kid i had a strange fear for omni's.

2.There is nothing compared to a horribly maintained white tata sumo. There must be broken fenders and the car should have some rust. It should be maintained with total disrespect. This would surely command more respect than many others because of its 'don't care attitude'.
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Old 7th April 2010, 22:34   #83
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I am not too sure about a regular Gypsy. But probably one that has bigger bulging wheels, the soft top removed, maybe, else not too dada ish

With regards to Beemers, you know there is something fast behind you, but you dont get that feeling that if I dont move, that something behind me, might just run over me
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Old 8th April 2010, 01:20   #84
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Its right there in Post 79, Point 4.

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1. How can all of TBHP members forget the OMNI.
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In my opinion, any car that has an escort vehicle following it, or a police vehicle following it.

This would usually be an S Class or 7 Series, followed by a gypsy or SUV with guards in black or police guards.

This has to be a big time businessman/industrialist, film star, or politician.

No messing around for sure.
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great, thats a fab pic & a perfect example. by the way, which sedan is this? esteem? seems like the scorpio is almost towering over it!
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@Bad Boy Scad, adding to the previous question, when did you manae to take that pic and why? Was it after this thread was started.

Because, so far this is the best pic to prove our case :-)
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Old 8th April 2010, 10:35   #88
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I am not sure about other places but down here in TN any car that has a political party flag is the number one dadagiri car irrespective of the make. Many of them are SUVs but even a 800 with a party flag is trouble on the road. The other day I was hit by a Omni with a political party flag and needless to say I couldn't do anything about it eventhough he was coming the wrong way..

The other dadagiri car would be the one with government registration (TN XX G XXXX) with a revolving light over it. Being part of the government they think they own the road and behave as if they are the only one on the road.
OT- It is a pity that these people run the country..
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Tata Xenon/207, I really can't think of any other small vehicle with the same level of intimidation.
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Nothing can beat Ford Endeavour!!
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