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Old 27th June 2006, 12:14   #1
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Wink Spotted : Modded Santro (Black Colour)

Hi guyz,

Recently on my visit to Imax Adlabs (Wadala) i spotted a Modded Santro.

I was at priya darshan signal on my right i saw a Santro who's paint job was black but not the ebony black it was a shabby black paint which was raw. Then i spotted tht the hood was custom made and the body kit with side skirts was installed. After driving with the car i reached Imax where the guy who was driving Santro also came i talked to him abt his car, he said he had given the car for customization to some Gautam in colaba (I feel Gautam from Carmodernize) and he said he spent around 1.8lacs for the modifications which i felt was almost double with wat was done.

The modifications i noted and also told by the guy was.

Custom made body extensions with side skirts.
Custom made Hood with Air vent.
Custom made Spoiler.
Auto Guage RPM Meter With Shift Light
Recaro Look A Likes Seats
Sports Steering
Custom Free Flow Exhaust (Automech i guess)
Blinkers in Tail Lights.
Alloy Wheels with nice Rubber
Custom Paint Job.
etc etc....

I couldnt take few pics of the car coz i was in a hurry for the movie. If anyone of u have any pics of Modded Santro then please post some pix.

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are you talking about the santro which has dull paint and flickers under the chasis and even in headlights.
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Auto Guage RPM Meter With Shift Light
funniest thing which can be spotted in a Santro.
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are you talking about the santro which has dull paint and flickers under the chasis and even in headlights.
it also has flickers in the tailight.
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Old 28th June 2006, 15:04   #5
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Guys.. that santro was definately from Carmodernize !!
Its got blinkers / flickers on the front head lights as well as on the rear tail lights..
Accordingly to the owner of the car... he loves the blinkers.. and wouldnt mind fitting these lights wherever theres a scope for such lights on the santro !!
The paint job is Black Mat.....
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Thanx Ollie for the Info.

I feel still there are many people like this Santro guy who r still not aware of TBHP. so that they can share thier ideas/views with us.
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Also i am also interested in putting Blinker / Flickers in my Santro. But which make 2 choose and where 2 buy & for how much approx.

Hope someone wud put light on it.

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