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Old 20th October 2005, 13:09   #1
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Hey Guys,

I have been watching this space for past N weeks and have thoroughy enjoyed.

I love driving fast and accurate, mind it no rash driving... just fast, accurate and straight and trust me in Delhi you can do it ..

I am about to buy a WagonR Lxi - this week after my good old Premier padmini died a slow and natural death .. Ah ! this is sad for me...


I also own new honda city - excellent drive by my standards...

will love to contribute to the forum- I am sure I have much to share on cars --
cheers
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Old 20th October 2005, 18:12   #2
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Welcome to team-bhp, SaneOp.
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hey saneop

welcome to tbhp.
have a great stay.


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Hey Saneop, welcome to Tbhp.
I own an Lxi too. If you need any assistance, dont hesitate to contact me.
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welcome to the fourm SANEOP and enjoy....
do you have some pics of the PREMIER PADMINI
tell us your experences with the car....
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Hey SaneOp, welcome. Enjoy ur stay

Congrats on ur new car. Drive safe and rev hard
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ey Saneop,
Welcome aboard and enjoy your stay.
Enjoy your new car too.
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Hey SaneOp ,

welcome to Team BHP.
Hope you enjoy your stay .
Looking forward to your posts.
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Hey,
Thanks to all who welcomed me ... cheers...

Wanted to check with DCEite, which Batch are you from DCE ... I am also a DCEITE : ) 99 batch...
I am assuming here DCE refers to Delhi college of engineering AKA Delhi Club of Engineers...

I am confused with where to put protective mouldings in WagonR lxi...
there are grooves on door panel but Vxi they these moudling/ strips right below the groove...
I personally think that moulding should go in the groove on door panel....
What do u guys think

AND about my premier padmini I do have last day pic ... and some interesting stories around it ... will write them soon

thanks a ton again guys
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Hey,
Thanks to all who welcomed me ... cheers...

Wanted to check with DCEite, which Batch are you from DCE ... I am also a DCEITE : ) 99 batch...
I am assuming here DCE refers to Delhi college of engineering AKA Delhi Club of Engineers...

I am confused with where to put protective mouldings in WagonR lxi...
there are grooves on door panel but Vxi they these moudling/ strips right below the groove...
I personally think that moulding should go in the groove on door panel....
What do u guys think

AND about my premier padmini I do have last day pic ... and some interesting stories around it ... will write them soon

thanks a ton again guys

Yes SaneOP, even i wondered why they dont put those mouldings on the grooves.. its always below it. Maruti people pefer to put it below grooves, whereas Accessory dealers put it on the groove.. dont know why.. gotta check it out..

And yes.. i am from the same "Delhi club of Engineers"
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I love driving fast and accurate, mind it no rash driving... just fast, accurate and straight
I like the sound of that...welcome to the forum, SaneOp!
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welcome to the forum mate...and do write more abt your good old padmini with pictures...
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Welcome to team-bhp mate!

mate, any plans to revive your padmini?
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hi SaneOp

welcome aboard.
enjoy your stay dude.

thanx . . .BOB
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