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Old 29th April 2016, 10:56   #3556
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Thats the Nissan 4W73, also goes by the name 1 Tonne. We have one in T-BHP too
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-ve...aka-1-ton.html (Nissan 4W73 aka 1 ton)
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Old 30th April 2016, 20:48   #3557
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I don't know if this has been posted before. But this dirty custom made wrap is surely a one-of-a-kind in the country.

Kudos to the minds at Motormind (pun intended ). Also, the owner has great taste!

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This car shows up as a Porsche Cayenne on Vahaan. Wonder why?
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Old 1st May 2016, 20:36   #3558
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I don't know if this has been posted before. But this dirty custom made wrap is surely a one-of-a-kind in the country.
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This car shows up as a Porsche Cayenne on Vahaan. Wonder why?
It is shown as Porsche Cayenne/Saloon indeed, hope it is a honest mistake.
And the 5year road tax amount on re-registration is just Rs 10,600.
That's dirt cheap.

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Old 1st May 2016, 20:49   #3559
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It is shown as Porsche Cayenne/Saloon indeed, hope it is a honest mistake.
And the 5year road tax amount on re-registration is just Rs 10,600.
That's dirt cheap.
Pretty sure the car is a grey market import! Tons of imported cars pre 2008 were registered this way all over India!
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Disclaimer : Info derived from the website of motor vehicles department of state government which is open to public and hence no invasion of privacy.

It is shown as Porsche Cayenne/Saloon indeed, hope it is a honest mistake.
And the 5year road tax amount on re-registration is just Rs 10,600.
That's dirt cheap.
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Pretty sure the car is a grey market import! Tons of imported cars pre 2008 were registered this way all over India!
Another reason why we should blank out the registration details before posting online, privacy, you know.

Anyway, seems like there is some loophole in the MVA to re-register car this way. I did run some other number plates online and found that they also paid the exact 10,600 rupees.

Doesn't the owners run the risk of getting the vehicle confiscated.
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Old 14th May 2016, 19:39   #3561
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Blacked out wheels, calipers and headlights
Love the choice of car and especially the wheels.

I am contemplating getting this done on my F30. Are these powder coated, or painted.

Do you know if you can wrap the wheels - 3M 1080?

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Old 14th May 2016, 22:56   #3562
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Love the choice of car and especially the wheels.

I am contemplating getting this done on my F30. Are these powder coated, or painted.

Do you know if you can wrap the wheels - 3M 1080?

Cheers,
Bharat
Thanks buddy. They were spray painted. I was told that they can be wrapped but the finish may not be as durable. I'd recommend plasti dipping your wheels if you're looking for something temporary though! Did this on my previous F10 and was pretty impressed with the finish and of course DIY means something to boast about!

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One of the best looking Gypsy I have seen.
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The Iconic Fiat Palio S10.
Source: Fiat Moto Club (Facebook).
Jutting out wheels look classic on this machine. IMO If the A B pillar was blacked out, it would look even better!
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From God's own country, oops, Mod's own country .


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From God's own country, oops, Mod's own country .
Had seen this car at Petes day before yesterday. Loved the clean look and especially those wheels. Photos dont reveal it, wheels look much better in flesh. Only disappointment is the (which I just saw in the pics only) cop car lights. Otherwise, classy mod!
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From God's own country, oops, Mod's own country .
What a beauty! Absolutely stunning.

The cop lights has ruined it though
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From God's own country, oops, Mod's own country .
Looks great, GLI bumper sure does change the front end quite a lot, Car would look even more killing with black tints

Cops light should be dropped though.
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Looks great, GLI bumper sure does change the front end quite a lot, Car would look even more killing with black tints
+ Blackened projector lights
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Looks great, GLI bumper sure does change the front end quite a lot, Car would look even more killing with black tints

Cops light should be dropped though.
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+ Blackened projector lights
That bumper definitely does it for this car but don't you think too much blackening might ruin the clean, pure look it's got going for it now? This looks perfect according to me
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