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Old 22nd April 2012, 12:12   #61
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The Ambassador was sold in the UK as the Morris Oxford Mark-III. It was brought to India and sold by HM as the Ambassador, albeit with a few changes. It's still a British car.
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Old 22nd April 2012, 13:15   #63
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That is not a Morris Oxford.It is an MADE IN INDIA Hm Ambassador.Its an Indian made car with British origins.
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That is not a Morris Oxford.It is an MADE IN INDIA Hm Ambassador.Its an Indian made car with British origins.
You're probably right.

The car does look like it's wearing HM badges. But why on Earth would someone bring an Ambassador to UK, when it was actually made there. Unless it was brought to the country recently.

That particular generation of the Oxford was discontinued a long long time ago.
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Another Amby that I spotted in London - sometime in 2008.
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The Brits have a fond liking for the Amby. A lot of my european colleagues and managers have asked me if they could export one from here.
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I had been to Europe a few months back and while we were in Italy, what caught my attention was a Tata indica GLX. That was the only one I saw there.
Felt very proud about it.
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This one was spotted in Poland by Mr Patrick Murphy and has been posted on FB.

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Again spotted by Mr Patrick Murphy in Warsaw, Poland and posted by him on FB.

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Spotted the Baleno, Altura in Tomball, Houston.

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Few more pics of the Indica GLX that I had posted earlier, from different angles. Didn't have them in ipad so couldn't post them earlier.

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Gotta say its pretty well maintained.

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Saw this Safari in Malaga, Spain.

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on closer look, it is an Italy reg car.

TATA cars are quite easy to spot in Italy. I have seen a dozen odd Indica's and some Vistas around Rome.
around the mountains, I've seen a few Safari's and a Xenon. mostly in the Genoa- La Spezia - Cinque Terre area.

Mahindra's can be spotted too. Saw a Scorpio pickup. tweeted that pic to Mr. Mahindra. Can't locate it on my computer now.

I regularly see a Scorpio 4X4 in Trieste, Italy at my clients office.

Reva's are a common sight in Oslo. I'm sure they are equally famous in London.

for me, these are the indian cars seen abroad worth getting excited. Suzuki's (the same ones we get in IND) can be spotted in almost all European countries. 800's, Zens, A Stars, Ritz et al.
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This seemed to be the closest thread..

Didn't realize Bajaj exports went as early as Sunny. Seen in Stockholm, Sweden in Bonnie guise.

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Saw this in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Saw this in Jakarta, Indonesia
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Sorry, these are not Indian cars but cars which are sold in India as well.
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