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Old 30th January 2005, 21:00   #1
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Default Pic : Opel Swing "SUV".

Seen this Swing with the spare wheel mounted on the tail gate. Looked ok since the alloys were quite good. Also i guess the rear lights seem to be of the new Weekend.

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Old 30th January 2005, 21:05   #2
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Hey... I saw this at Andheri. A sardarji was driving it. Looks Good!
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hehe,
it looks pathetic.the spoiler seems to be from tha wagon-r or the after market spoilers seen on some Indica's.
the spare wheel/tire will simply affect the rear view.
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Old 30th January 2005, 22:15   #4
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Nishant you are right, it does belong to a certain man from the sikh community.

V12, that looks suspiciously like Guru Nanak Petrol pump in Andheri (E). Correct me if i am wrong.

I have seen this car too. Wanna know a lil' secret? This guy has 4 LCD screens (yup 4!). 2 in the front and two in the front-seat headrests. He cruises at night around Andheri with his wife (i presume) with all his screens blasting images of some hindi movie or the other.

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Everything fine! But Wht's with the fluorescent color?????
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Old 31st January 2005, 00:04   #6
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Saw this car a couple of days ago under the Andheri flyover on my way to work. The colour looks a bit out of place but overall its not really a bad job. Infact i found that rear mounted spare wheel quite cool. I wonder how the Forester would look with a rear mounted wheel

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I fail to understand why would one do that and let the rest of the car be original? i suspect he must have had a good bang from the back, so he thought... while we're at it why not do some MAADIFIKASHUN and go balle balle-ing around town. (no offence im just in a funky mood)
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Ouch my eyes hurts.. Cant look straight at that pic.. Man, the color is sad!!
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Except for the Garish Fluorescent yellow colour the car looks good ...
Tyre at the back gives the car a macho look and the remaining mods just about enhance the asthetics ....
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in black or red it would look good but the colour is just too sad ... sorry bright
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the works done were all good, no problem with the car, the color is too bright but the paint quality was very good. the paint is not dull fluorescent
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whoa, thats one garish Swing. But I like the idea, like an Indian Audi Allroad!
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Looks quite good.Just change that color to Red or sumthin.
hehe...hope the F-355 Surdy does'nt get inspired??

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I always see a white zen with big spoilers and the spare tyre mounted on the rear....
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I always see a white zen with big spoilers and the spare tyre mounted on the rear....
If possible can you post some pics of zen
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