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Old 23rd December 2010, 16:04   #12406
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Yes that ss80 pickup is a decently executed job. That front grill is ugly but we have ugly grills on some of the OE vehicles eg. Scorpio, Xylo
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Old 23rd December 2010, 21:00   #12407
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Spotted this car parked in Palakkad.
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Old 23rd December 2010, 22:20   #12408
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Spotted this car parked in Palakkad.
That is not a mod its for good luck .


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Old 24th December 2010, 06:20   #12409
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Spotted this car parked in Palakkad.
Truckers tie (human) shoes to their bumper.

Well, the owner has gone a step forward, he has put in a horse-shoe.

Hitting two birds with one stone - "Buri Nazar" + "Good Luck"

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Old 24th December 2010, 10:34   #12410
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Ferrari's rear engined baby SUV :
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The nano actually will look good minus the weird paint scheme and the tyre at the back.
The alloys and the spoiler looks good and is proportionate for Nano. Better than some of the cloth hangers we have seen on many other cars.
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Old 24th December 2010, 14:47   #12412
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Spotted this rick on the way to Palakkad town. Look at the luggage rack and more importantly the ladders on either side
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Think its done by blazed guys and its the paint job done over the car suerly looks whacky on the roads puerly waste
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Old 24th December 2010, 19:14   #12414
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Spotted this rick on the way to Palakkad town. Look at the luggage rack and more importantly the ladders on either side
The luggage rack and ladders probably double up as Roll Cage when the driver enters it in the autorick gran-turismo on the weekends, following the footsteps of early Ferrari days i.e. racing on the weekend and selling on monday tradition.
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Old 24th December 2010, 21:04   #12415
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Found these four wheelers on the Lucknow roads during my trip a few days ago:
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The Contessa is exactly in the same place as it was a year and half ago
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These are four wheelers that have a mini dance floor with audio equipment fitted for someone to croon loudly the latest Bollywood hits in a marriage procession.
The wheels are from Ambassadors and Fiats / Premiers too. It has a steering wheel.
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Old 25th December 2010, 15:23   #12416
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Hey guys, saw this ss80 converted into a two seater pickup with Scorpio tail lights and a very badly done front end at Dahisar, Mumbai.
But I must say the Suzuki job on the rear door was neat.
A nice job. Maruti can think of launching this as an auto pickup basher.

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Yes that ss80 pickup is a decently executed job. That front grill is ugly but we have ugly grills on some of the OE vehicles eg. Scorpio, Xylo
Add to it the Verna Transform
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Old 25th December 2010, 23:34   #12417
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Looks really cool, but the spare tyre, which tyre to keep, as they are of 2 different sizes? They need 2 spare tyres i guess!!!
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Old 26th December 2010, 11:20   #12418
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its kinda cute! like the colour combination!
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Old 26th December 2010, 11:34   #12419
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I really need a mask, if I'm asked to drive this car!

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Old 26th December 2010, 12:21   #12420
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I really need a mask, if I'm asked to drive this car!

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that grille looks from a old Leyland!
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