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Old 19th May 2011, 09:00   #13291
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I liked this...Spotted this in Manipal last weekend
Hi, boss what he will do in case of a flat tyre...guess..yes you are right .he will start digging the road..hahahahahaaha.
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Old 19th May 2011, 12:54   #13292
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Are you sure it is not something like this??

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close, but the exhaust is different. incidently, it does not match the exhaust of the CBR250R (at least the one sold in India).
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Old 19th May 2011, 16:22   #13293
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Are you sure it is not something like this??

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Nope. The chinese bike's mirrors are different and is placed in the handle bar. Exhaust is also different. Fairing is different. Our fisherman's bike reflects the cbr 250 and most probably is.
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Old 19th May 2011, 16:32   #13294
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I liked this...Spotted this in Manipal last weekend
Well boss (since am a bit biased towards Manipal where my Alma mater is ) looks like the guy wanted to be prepared for any road cave ins mostly.
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close, but the exhaust is different. incidently, it does not match the exhaust of the CBR250R (at least the one sold in India).
What I meant was, is it another Chinese copy? There are a lot of chinese bikes which are almost perfect replicas of the original.

If however this is an original, then

BTW there is an 'EK Chor' motorcycle company in China.
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The TATA Traveller.
The wackiness is the tata emblem which does not belong there.
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The TATA Traveller.
The wackiness is the tata emblem which does not belong there.
Who told you that the "T" stands for TATA? The owner fixed it there as the abbreviation of Traveller, not TATA. Got it?

(No brownie points for not using my quota of two smilies/post, right?)
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The TATA Traveller.
The wackiness is the tata emblem which does not belong there.
i saw this yesterday, and it didnt click.
i must be overworked.
So what is this?
the Tempo-dolby-surround-DVD-compatible-barbie mobile?
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The TATA Traveller.
The wackiness is the tata emblem which does not belong there.
Why? When he can have a Safari grill, headlights, whats wrong with the emblem? Completes the look IMO.

The pink in definitely whacky though!

Something I found on the net, not of India/spotted by me so just posting a link here - Swiss tuners ruin Cadillac Escalade - BBC Top Gear
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Spotted this today morning at the airport.
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Old 22nd May 2011, 08:44   #13301
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Found in HSR Layout : Premier Padmini "SUPERDUTY"
Rear seat configuration is like MM540
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Found in HSR Layout : Premier Padmini "SUPERDUTY"
Rear seat configuration is like MM540
This is sacrilege!!! You can't do this to a Fiat/Premier Padmini And what will happen if he removes the soft top? Will it not look like a MaXX pickup?

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Old 22nd May 2011, 12:01   #13303
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This one was really wacky. Clicked these while on rodeo drive Beverly hills. Those two were definitely having a lot of fun and entertaining people around.
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This one was really wacky. Clicked these while on rodeo drive Beverly hills. Those two were definitely having a lot of fun and entertaining people around.
The Mini looks so cute! A very wacky mod job indeed! If Coke promotes its drinks in this manner (along with a ride), I'd definitely be a loyal patron
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Check out the 'thing' in my rear view mirror.



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