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Old 15th May 2008, 17:54   #16
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Dear Karl - it is BYF - I may be mistaken but I think it is original Mumbai registration. Anyways, need to take the ghastly accessories off.

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Old 15th May 2008, 18:15   #17
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Dear Karl - it is BYF - I may be mistaken but I think it is original Mumbai registration. Anyways, need to take the ghastly accessories off.

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Yes, it is BYF and yes, it is originally a Pune registration.
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Old 18th May 2008, 00:45   #18
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Here is one more. And it is standing on the road for AGES!!!!!
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Old 18th May 2008, 13:33   #19
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Here is one more. And it is standing on the road for AGES!!!!!
Looks pretty neat. Unheard of for such a car to stand on the street in this day and age!

EDIT - It just struck me who's car this is, so now Im not surprised ;-)

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Looks pretty neat. Unheard of for such a car to stand on the street in this day and age!

EDIT - It just struck me who's car this is, so now Im not surprised ;-)
Looks like Cyrus missed the coverd yellow Beetle that was parked a few cars behind the Fiat. Or it must have been moved.
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Looks like Cyrus missed the coverd yellow Beetle that was parked a few cars behind the Fiat. Or it must have been moved.
He has over 4 Beetles as far as I know.
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A bit offtopic, Karl i had seen 2 of these covered and kept inside the compound, cant recollect what model this Lambretta is. Belongs to the same people. ( Pic taken from net. )
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A bit offtopic, Karl i had seen 2 of these covered and kept inside the compound, cant recollect what model this Lambretta is. Belongs to the same people. ( Pic taken from net. )
Thats whats reffered to as a model 'D'. He recently bought one reputedly from a lot which were lying unused at the factory.
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Looks like Cyrus missed the coverd yellow Beetle that was parked a few cars behind the Fiat. Or it must have been moved.
Hell no eddy. I have see nthat beetle. It is still covered only. And yea..Night trip to forget street!
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Thats whats reffered to as a model 'D'. He recently bought one reputedly from a lot which were lying unused at the factory.
Karl,

PM me about the unused factory, does they have any more?
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PM me about the unused factory, does they have any more?
I have no information on any more available, perhaps Stanher can be of assistance in sourcing one for you.
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Karl,

PM me about the unused factory, does they have any more?
Girish,
Didnt Rashid Mody tell you about these??
He got one of those for another friend of his here- a white one. 'could not get it for less than 95k!
......thats why I stepped back, else wouldve asked for one too! :sigh:

MODS: I think the posts starting from #22 in this thread would be better-suited to the lambretta scooters thread in the 'motorbikes' secn.

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