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Old 4th August 2009, 13:46   #8416
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Spotted this modded Swift from Mathikere (B'lore) near Ramhayya College, seems its owned by some students!
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Old 4th August 2009, 18:59   #8417
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Rain water protection on doors.. still huge
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I think the insurance gets void if he has a frontal impact and the underbody gets damaged because of the bull bar. Any thoughts on this ?
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Old 5th August 2009, 16:34   #8419
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I'm not aware whether any such type of thread exist in the this forum. I couldn't find any when I searched for it. So mods if any similar thread exist please attach it to the same.

I saw this modified coupe from Grand Krishna Hotel @ Madivala (Bangalore) when I went there for a marriage reception of my wife's friend. I was parked in front of the main lobby/reception. It seems it being modified on Premier Padmini as the diffrential look is similar to Premier. I tried to get some details of it, but neither the security or the receptionist don't know much about it other than its their boss's car.
This one looks chubby and cute. Apart from few areas, else the car looks fine.
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Old 5th August 2009, 23:23   #8420
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Bike of the Year..
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well, IMO it looks good! The only part I might change is exhast pipe, into one of those upward bending ones.
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Old 5th August 2009, 23:42   #8422
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I'm not aware whether any such type of thread exist in the this forum. I couldn't find any when I searched for it. So mods if any similar thread exist please attach it to the same.

I saw this modified coupe from Grand Krishna Hotel @ Madivala (Bangalore) when I went there for a marriage reception of my wife's friend. I was parked in front of the main lobby/reception. It seems it being modified on Premier Padmini as the diffrential look is similar to Premier. I tried to get some details of it, but neither the security or the receptionist don't know much about it other than its their boss's car.
That piece of junk was once a premier padmini!.The resemblance lies in the front doors.

Isn't that a terrible Enticer?!
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Now, thats a Bar! Bike + Car
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Old 6th August 2009, 16:14   #8424
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ehhh!! this car isn't my car, but i have both the accessories on my Santro.

bull guard helps give the pesky ricks a push or 2 once in a while.
door window visors are of the standard size.

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ehhh!! this car isn't my car, but i have both the accessories on my Santro.

bull guard helps give the pesky ricks a push or 2 once in a while.
door window visors are of the standard size.

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The bull guards also help destroy you chasis and limit the functiong of the crumple zone ( which is supposed to absorb the shock from an accident) if you are unfortunate enough to get too much into another moving/stationary object.

And it probably kills pedestrians before it touches them.

Though the anti rick functionality could be worth all the negatives, hmm....
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neither the bike nor the santro are weird.

the bike actually looks pretty well executed, and the santro guard is too ordinary to call weird.

the door visors, well I have them too. ( to keep my speakers and damping dry
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Nice paint job done there.. doesn't look weird or wacky to me
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this is one thread which will not run out of photos and replies!

all thanks to vehicle owners with weird and wacky imagination, ideas and plenty of money to spare with!
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Spotted this modded Swift from Mathikere (B'lore) near Ramhayya College, seems its owned by some students!
I get to see this piece of contraption almost every other day and I think he has the Pio TS20's for ICE in the front stage. He drives it around with lotsa pride.
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I get to see this piece of contraption almost every other day and I think he has the Pio TS20's for ICE in the front stage. He drives it around with lotsa pride.
Send him this thread and he''ll know
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