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Old 2nd March 2009, 05:51   #7126
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See this is what i dont understand, when you're spending money on mods, can't you just get a friend in to slap you when you're doing it wrong?
While talking about friends, you should also consider "birds of a feather flock together"!
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Old 2nd March 2009, 11:16   #7127
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While talking about friends, you should also consider "birds of a feather flock together"!
Hehe yeah that too. Before I chanced upon this thread, never did I think there would be so many people out there willing to ruin their beautiful cars with such tasteless mods. I guess ill have to share a few pics soon too.
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Old 2nd March 2009, 11:41   #7128
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i am watching two indica's with roof rails, one each in them, silver one with left side rail and white indica with right side rail, seems this financial cirisis made them to fit one each in both the indica's, silver one is seen on suvidha crossings and white one is seen on bhulabhai park road, going from kankaria football ground towards bhulabhai park.
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Old 2nd March 2009, 12:44   #7129
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Driving past Bandra last week, I happened to notice this rather cool looking Innova from the back. However whilst passing the car I was in for a surprise. The Front & Rear rims not only had different alloys, but also dissimilar tyres.
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Old 2nd March 2009, 12:58   #7130
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The innova's rear lights has a S-Class look to it.
Any pictures of the front.
If not for the decal, the paint looks good and so does the rear.
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Here s a Toyota Qualis Limo, Spotted this on my way to Kerala, at Bhavani near Coimbatore. It was a Kerala, Malapuram Regn Limo. Could not spot the owner as it was parked on the highway and nobody was seen around. But it looked bad with front tyres worn out completely BALD.
I think the Qualis limo looks absolutely wonderful. It looks nice and sharp, yeah but the wheels could have been bigger and better.

This looks like a perfect PIMP machine

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Old 2nd March 2009, 13:19   #7132
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I saw Orange Swift with 2.5 badge! Wow!

And another Red i10 with those 'Ajanta' bumpers which you find it on Innovas. It was looking hideous!! I have a pic of the i10, will post later!
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Driving past Bandra last week, I happened to notice this rather cool looking Innova from the back. However whilst passing the car I was in for a surprise. The Front & Rear rims not only had different alloys, but also dissimilar tyres.
Apologies in advance if this has been posted earlier or there is some technological need for which this has been done. Here goes...
From the looks of it, It seems that there might be a puncture on the left front which was then replaced with the spare which might have the original Innova alloy and tire. The owner might have changed just four alloys and tires which is normal.
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Old 2nd March 2009, 15:52   #7134
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Here is the pic of the i10.

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Old 2nd March 2009, 16:37   #7135
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From the looks of it, It seems that there might be a puncture on the left front which was then replaced with the spare which might have the original Innova alloy and tire. The owner might have changed just four alloys and tires which is normal.
If this were the case, I would have not even bothered to post the pics here. The surprising fact was that both the front & rear set of alloys & wheels were of different type & make. In fact the rear tyres are broader and of a lower profile.
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that innova was done up in coimbatore a few years back. belongs to a car audio distributor- not sure which one and the interiors were re done and it has some hardcore ICE. think it was/is an MTX demo car.
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Spotted both of these in Kerala.

Gypsy with Sumo Victa headlamps. Not entirely wacky, but weird for sure.

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Safari with the two-tone treatment. Just that they dont seem to complement each other, like a two-tone treatment should have. Weird again.

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Spotted both of these in Kerala.

Safari with the two-tone treatment. Just that they dont seem to complement each other, like a two-tone treatment should have. Weird again.
Safari claddings look like Plaster of paris work.
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Took this photo a LONG time back, just found it in my memory card !

It deserves a place here ! Wierd and Wacky !

Ford escort with sonata grill and Hlamps..

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Old 2nd March 2009, 22:11   #7140
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Spotted both of these in Kerala.

Gypsy with Sumo Victa headlamps. Not entirely wacky, but weird for sure.

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Safari with the two-tone treatment. Just that they dont seem to complement each other, like a two-tone treatment should have. Weird again.

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The Safari looks as though it has become very old and grown a white beard. lol
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