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Old 28th September 2010, 23:03   #31
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Thought of posting something different today. Just like your bike you also look mind blowing in those pics (just like a Hindi film hero). I never knew you were into bikes too! Do you still have them with you? If yes, then next time I'm in Hyderabad I would like to check out your collection.

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Old 4th October 2010, 21:43   #32
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Fazal Saab, your collection amazes me! Would like to see your entire Garage one day. BTW which is Jeep is the one standing behind?
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Old 9th October 2010, 08:59   #34
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Fazal Saab, your collection amazes me! Would like to see your entire Garage one day. BTW which is Jeep is the one standing behind?
Anirudh,

Thank you.
That Jeep will soon be featured on the forum, please wait.
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Fazal Saab,
Your travelogues,love for bikes and jeeps and Your photography are simply amazing. I have been going through all the threads you posted to have a look at the pics and if possible your jeeps and bikes.

P.s I have been to a place recently its on Ranijunj road and that buildings cellar is filled with all kinds of antique bikes i am uploading a couple of pics.
If you have an iota of knowledge on any such things please do let me know. (pardon for the clarity taken with mobile phone in dark conditions)
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Old 12th January 2011, 11:04   #36
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LOL....you have stumbled upon a part of Mr. Norton Sing's collection ..its an alladin's cave thing when you go there ...someone has to actually come and pull you out.

Please try to post some clearer pics
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Dude I am sure you must have been to Mr Puppy Sings stable, the yellow bike is a Bullet which I guess also starred in a telugu movie "Shanker dada MBBS" which is a remake of "Munna Bhai MBBS".
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Dude I am sure you must have been to Mr Puppy Sings stable, the yellow bike is a Bullet which I guess also starred in a telugu movie "Shanker dada MBBS" which is a remake of "Munna Bhai MBBS".


Well wasif bhai i guess it is true my friends literally had to drag me out of there. And about the pic defintely i dont want hijack over Fazal saab's thread here will pm you after i get clearer pictures. Any info about the owner is appreciated.

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That yellow bike with side car is a Norton bro, Look closely i mean the pictures are bad. The collection consists of Norton,Matchless,Rd 250,350,Enfield Mofa,Fury, My Dream The Indian Chief and lots of other i couldnt even recognize!!
And dude as is said its my dream to own a Indian Chief(red indian as my dad used to call it) i would take it and restore it.. if found in any condition!!
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LOL....you have stumbled upon a part of Mr. Norton Sing's collection ..its an alladin's cave thing when you go there ...someone has to actually come and pull you out.

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Well said.

On my last visit to Hyderabad, i was with Mr Pappi Singh for almost 4 hours, not realising the time pass by.

This is not Alladin's cave, but only a part of it. As per Mr Pappi singh, he has one more Ali Baba's cave filled with such exotic bikes


Fazal, i know how good it feels to own unique bikes, my friend too has the Only 2 bikes in the country 1) The Moto Guzzi 350 twin and 2) Laverda 750SF
And both the bikes run like a dream even today, and i can see the pride in such people's faces. Best of luck
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Pappi Singh is probably the biggest bike collector in India AND has the biggest collection of Nortons maybe in the world.

I have not hear of any other person who has this many Nortons.

I believe he has several versions of ALL Nortons ever built and he rounded off his collection with the purchase of that Manx.

He is a gentleman and will let you tour his collection for the asking. As long as you are a true enthuseast then you will be wellcome to his place anytime.

There are some very nice bikes with him. I think he has two RD350 bikes with mileage under four figures.

Haven't met him in over ten years now so can't imagine how large his horde has become now.

Pavan ....there were two Moto Guzzi bikes in Hyderabad too. I know of several Falcones and Airones in India. Those distinctive "bacon slicer" flywheels are so unique to these bikes. What kind does your friend have ?

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Pavan ....there were two Moto Guzzi bikes in Hyderabad too. I know of several Falcones and Airones in India. Those distinctive "bacon slicer" flywheels are so unique to these bikes. What kind does your friend have ?
More can be read about Joy's (AirBusDriver) bikes in the below thread

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/vintag...es-anyone.html (Italian Classics Motorcycles anyone?)

Fazal bhai, can you please put some more pics of that BSA Goldstar during restoration.

The transformation is too fantastic to believe
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This is not Alladin's cave, but only a part of it. As per Mr Pappi singh, he has one more Ali Baba's cave filled with such exotic bikes


What a fantastic collection of classic British machinery - It is certainly making me drool
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Well said.

On my last visit to Hyderabad, i was with Mr Pappi Singh for almost 4 hours, not realising the time pass by.

This is not Alladin's cave, but only a part of it. As per Mr Pappi singh, he has one more Ali Baba's cave filled with such exotic bikes


Fazal, i know how good it feels to own unique bikes, my friend too has the Only 2 bikes in the country 1) The Moto Guzzi 350 twin and 2) Laverda 750SF
And both the bikes run like a dream even today, and i can see the pride in such people's faces. Best of luck


I ENVY YOU. I couldnt spend that much time. Well i better meet Mr.Pappi singh and beg him to allow me to have a decent look around the whole of his collection.
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Both the bikes look amazing But the way you have restored the BSA is MINDLOWING !!!

Am going back to your wildlife pages!

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Fazalbhai...as i said before..just awesome machines...and hats off to you once again in your extensive attention to details and perseverance...cheers have a great one
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