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View Poll Results: Which colour for the Fiat 1100/D Special?
Wine Red and White 34 25.56%
Blue and White 35 26.32%
Emerald Green and White 10 7.52%
Midnite Blue and White 54 40.60%
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Old 16th December 2009, 17:59   #421
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This is my Premier Padmini S1 96 model AC.

Oh you have posted pictures in wrong thread my friend, use either the Fiat club mumbai or the Fiat 1100 club bangalore for posting. There is also a thread of restored fiats and superselects you can use that also . A similar looking Fiat was for sale in Chennai, is yours the same.
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Old 8th April 2010, 12:11   #422
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That was an excellent piece of Restoration......

WOW....
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Old 27th April 2010, 19:41   #423
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Gogibhai need to know more as to what's the latest as far as the cute car is concerned. I voted for a two tone colour combination and to my surprise found that the majority has preferred this over others.

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Old 27th April 2010, 21:31   #424
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Thanks Ajay.

@ Anjan- Sir i think you may be referring to my other restoration thread regarding the Dukkar
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Especially for Gogi from Rony

1961 Italian Fiat 1100/D Special. A Restoration Project.-001.jpg

The gentleman proudly posing for the picture is the legendary Jayantbhai Shah - the baap of all Fiat enthusiasts. Both cars in the picture belonged to him at one point, and also an NSU Fiat 1100 with sunroof, amongst other rare cars. The Delight as you know was with Rony, and the Special behind is now with Gogi.

Gogi - the Fiat hasn't been out in a while - I'm now in Bombay, lets get her moving.
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Old 19th September 2010, 00:33   #426
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They look sooo beautiful together.. .
@Gogi: Karl is right, we want your special out for this October's FCCCI meet !
@Karl- What happened to the NSU Fiat with the sun roof ??
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Old 17th August 2016, 19:08   #427
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Default Re: 1961 Italian Fiat 1100/D Special. A Restoration Project.

Always nice to read these threads in entirety. This thread has the longest discussion on paint choice!

Somehow these cars with 50-60 year old designs still have the gut to run along with new gen cars

Hope to see these cars sometime soon, may be at a Fiat Mumbai meet. Some legends and legendary cars out there!

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