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Old 13th May 2010, 23:20   #826
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I don't see any 'busa in pics? Sweet car though....
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Old 14th May 2010, 10:40   #827
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I was busy snapping the 6er . The Busa was just there for a short period of time . They took off and i lost the track of the 6er before i caught up with it again in sector 8 .
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I saw the Range Rover ( White one , PB 10 Temp plates ) and the White X6 ( VIP Number ) in the next to tank parking parking . Sorry bros , no pics . Will try to snap them the next time !
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A Grey 650i + a Black Hayabusa : AMAZING RACE

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And you managed to follow those fast machines trying to outpace each other?


Anyways, lovely catch. Doesn't matter you couldn't click the busa, there are quite a few of them around. The convertible on the other hand is really elegant.

So now, there are two 6 series convertible in the town. The year and a half old black one and this gray one.

Its raining imports at chandigarh.
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And you managed to follow those fast machines trying to outpace each other?


Anyways, lovely catch. Doesn't matter you couldn't click the busa, there are quite a few of them around. The convertible on the other hand is really elegant.

So now, there are two 6 series convertible in the town. The year and a half old black one and this gray one.

Its raining imports at chandigarh.

YC , read the 2nd last post . I already wrote : "They took off and i lost the track of the 6er before i caught up with it again in sector 8 ."

They were racing on the 11 sector road .
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YC , read the 2nd last post . I already wrote : "They took off and i lost the track of the 6er before i caught up with it again in sector 8 ."

They were racing on the 11 sector road .

LOL, okay. But the way you mentioned 'AMAZING RACE', it felt more like you witnessed at least some part of the 'event'.

Anyways, considering the fact that you are keeping this thread very much alive I guess we should all declare you as Chandigarh Bhpian's 'Official Car Spotter'.

You seem to spot imports for desserts everyday.

Good work.


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LOL, okay. But the way you mentioned 'AMAZING RACE', it felt more like you witnessed at least some part of the 'event'.

Anyways, considering the fact that you are keeping this thread very much alive I guess we should all declare you as Chandigarh Bhpian's 'Official Car Spotter'.

You seem to spot imports for desserts everyday.

Good work.


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Okay, I think the count should be 3 I do remember seeing a silver 6 series convertible 6-7 months back on the 14-15 dividing road. Some PB number.
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Old 15th May 2010, 18:15   #833
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LOL, okay. But the way you mentioned 'AMAZING RACE', it felt more like you witnessed at least some part of the 'event'.

Anyways, considering the fact that you are keeping this thread very much alive I guess we should all declare you as Chandigarh Bhpian's 'Official Car Spotter'.

You seem to spot imports for desserts everyday.

Good work.


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I did witness but just a bit . Thats how i know about it !

And I'll be more than happy to have the title !

Thanks for the appreciation !
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Old 15th May 2010, 21:08   #834
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I also remember seeing a silver 6 series long time back . Also saw a white X6(Not the VIP number one) today morning . The VIP number X6 i saw long time back had a number xxx-6 .
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CHANDIGARH: In a first-of-its-kind, UT administration's Registration and Licensing Authority (RLA) earned a whopping Rs 10 lakh for the auction of a vehicle number — CH01AC — on Saturday.

The proud buyer, Sector 33-C resident Narinder Singh Shergill, is an agriculturist.
Shergill bought the number — the first in its series — for Rs 10 lakh against its reserved price of Rs 25,000.

The number that got the second highest bid was CH01AC-0009. It went for Rs 4.70 lakh and was bought by Sector 9-D resident, Dashmeet Singh. The numbers that fetched the third, fourth and fifth highest bids were CH01AC0003, CH01AC0005 and CH01AC0011.

Excited about his latest ‘acquisition', Shergill said, "I had a few dream numbers — 0001, 0002, 0003, 0010 and 1000 and I had applied for these on May 10. I just wanted a good number for my brand new Fortuner, which I purchased on Monday. My budget was Rs 10 lakh."

Shergill, who has studied from Punjabi University, Patiala, has farms in Kurali and Kharar. He is also in the business of real estate.

Initially, there were seven bidders for ‘0001', but after the bid of Rs 7.5 lakh, only two were left in the fray.

The RLA incharge said, "The overall collection has been very good... it is second highest so far. Even some ordinary numbers fetched a good price."

The total bids collected at the end of the day were, however, less than the last time's collections. The auction was conducted under the supervision of RLA incharge Prerna Puri.

Rs 10L number for Rs 20L car - Chandigarh - City - The Times of India
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Rs 10L number for Rs 20L car - Chandigarh - City - The Times of India[/quote]
If someone can pay 10L for a number why cant they invest a few more lakhs and buy something bigger and better ,say a Q7 or RR etc.
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Some People are Dumb when it comes to spending money.
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I too remember reading about the Sardarji . Toyota Fortuner costs 20 L and the Number cost him 10 L . Man , I agree with everybody here . Some people are literally dumb !
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I too remember reading about the Sardarji . Toyota Fortuner costs 20 L and the Number cost him 10 L . Man , I agree with everybody here . Some people are literally dumb !

Well, people have their ways of spending their money. Another way of looking at it is that it has a fair bit of snob value and the registration can surely be transferred if he ever upgardes to something better.




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Nopes.

Transfer of registration number from old vehicles to newer ones is not allowed anymore. He'd have to part with the number whenever he sells his car.
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