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Old 23rd October 2008, 17:37   #16
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Yes it was a Pioneer HU.

look closely its a sony
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Old 23rd October 2008, 17:38   #17
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Ya i have seen the same ride on HMPS. The car has came for servicing.
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Old 23rd October 2008, 18:06   #18
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Looks very Swanky...But the Black Pillows dont go at all under this ambience.
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Old 23rd October 2008, 18:33   #19
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I think this is DC. This kinda console ( Between the rear most seats ) was in another one of his creations.

But i maybe wrong.

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the number plate and front grille are pure DC giveaways.. its surely a DC. he uses the same font on all his cars.

I cant see the number plates ( or have they been removed ? )
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Old 23rd October 2008, 19:19   #20
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I think this is DC. This kinda console ( Between the rear most seats ) was in another one of his creations.

But i maybe wrong.




I cant see the number plates ( or have they been removed ? )
Ya 2 pics with plates had been removed - Didn't got the time to edit them in photoshop
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Old 24th October 2008, 00:32   #21
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Looks nice inside, however the car could have been stretched a little more to give more comfort to the seats behind the driver,

and What's with the cheap quality packy poda rubber mats on the floor ? the owner can do much better I am sure, there are loads of options available nowadays.
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Old 24th October 2008, 01:54   #22
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driver might land up in trouble to let a stranger into Mr. Dalmiya's car, if this news reaches him!

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Old 24th October 2008, 13:43   #23
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A limo that's stretched for more legroom serves a purpose. However, in this stretch job, there is clearly a lack of room for the rear passenger(s). Imagine a situation when there are 4 pass, including 2 sitting in the opposite direction seat. No two sides to them jostling around for legroom. Plus, the two rearward facing passengers are going to get carsick from travelling in reverse direction!

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This looks like a DC creation as well. Can make out from the interiors and the panels on the insides.
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However much we may abuse DC his interior jobs are really good and classy.
Dippys post didn't mean to criticise. He merely recognised the interiors as a DC job. Yes, DC interiors (as also taste in alloy wheels + quality of paint jobs) are totally fab!
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Looks nice inside, however the car could have been stretched a little more to give more comfort to the seats behind the driver,

and What's with the cheap quality packy poda rubber mats on the floor ? the owner can do much better I am sure, there are loads of options available nowadays.
Thats the first thing i noticed when i sat in it. The mats looks more rubbish in person than in pics and i think the owner should have spared a look.
Also whosoever has done the interiors could have done a better job regarding finishing.
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@Mods, Could you please join this in the Limo Thread. I cant seem to find it.
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Spotted this looooong Sonata Embera being decorated for a wedding. The only whacky thing was the Audi grille in the front.
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Spotted this looooong Sonata Embera being decorated for a wedding. The only whacky thing was the Audi grille in the front.
If you look at the car from the front three-quarters, it nearly manages to pull it off, sporting the Audi grille!! Some credit for that goes to the choice of wheels as well.
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Default Re: Spotted Sonata Embera Mini Limousine!!

Pretty nicely done, it will certainly looks like an Audi to an untrained eye.

Do you have pics of the interiors ?
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