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|14th July 2012, 21:09||#1|
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Revving in the Temple City
As usual I was scrolling through the "New Topics" section of Team-BHP. I was taken aback by surprise when I saw the bottom of the page. There was a new option-"Quick Reply". An unusual grin appeared on my face and I immediately checked my e-mail account to find the most coveted surprise. I have joined Team-BHP. For your kind information I have driven my father's A-Star Vxi and my grandfathers Fiat 1100D(1966 model). Since I have learnt driving it has become one of my most desired hobbies.
Wear your seatbelts and drive safe.
|14th July 2012, 23:46||#2|
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Re: Revving in the Temple City
Hi 100kmph - Welcome to the Forum. We do have more Fiat 1100 enthusiasts that A-Star enthusiasts. Bhubaneshwar is really a nice place.
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