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Old 27th June 2007, 22:25   #46
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pawn TR -transfer in residence?...well not everyone will be transferring residence...is there any other way to get these vehicles
as far as the rules no with out the rules yes read the super bike tread by rtec on importing super bikes that should give you an idea.
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Old 28th June 2007, 01:41   #47
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Ok heard about this car, it's done by your famous designer who 'did' an AM and a Noble too. And that white car in JP Nagar is a VII, not a IX.
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Old 1st July 2007, 12:11   #48
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Here are the images, I'm sorry for the poor image quality and also i had to hide the background because of privacy reasons.

It was dark and dont have flash in my phone.



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Old 1st July 2007, 12:21   #49
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One is impressed. One is very very impressed.
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Old 1st July 2007, 12:38   #50
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It looks like a Cedia but one hell of a mod. The rear angle of the C-pillar and rear door is from another car but I cant remember which one.
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Old 1st July 2007, 16:30   #51
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Thats an absolutely brilliant mod!
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Old 1st July 2007, 16:37   #52
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its been completely done by bonito chabria,so for all the people who thought dc was no good,i think you'll can change your opinion now,the vehicles you've seen in the past done by dc are either concept car's or are vehicle's made according to customer choice,so one advice please dont judge him because not many people know his real potential,most company service centre's cant offer a paint job as clean and as good as him,the fibre material he uses is state of the art,he's got a whole panel of deginer's continously designing and developing new ideas for his approval,im not trying to promote him or do any sort of publicity its just that ive seen the car in flesh and its a brilliant piece of art..cheers..happy revvin..!
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So he's copied another design. No one denied he was good at finishing, but we seriously question his design skills. Besides, like you said, it was done by his son, who can never go to Dubai again.

That said, it does appear to be really good.

Vid, C pillar suspects that come to mind are the Toyota Mark II and the previous Camry.

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Old 1st July 2007, 16:56   #54
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Looks pretty good but better pictures are needed desperately!

Dragger - Nobody questions DC's finishing skills man, they are very, very good, otherwise AM wouldn't come to him. Our concern has always been his designing skills which needless to say (from what all we've seen) are not as good as portrayed by the Media. But then again styling is a subjective issue so what might be your food could be my poison!
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So he's copied another design. No one denied .......
That said, it does appear to be really good.

Vid, C pillar suspects that come to mind are the Toyota Mark II and the previous Camry.
Well, lets just say he was inspired. It is indeed the Cedia but then again, all said, a brilliant piece of execution. Could fool anyone if it went past at a whizz. Notice these tell tale signs. The front grille and spoiler lip area are much larger in the Modded evo. Also the rear view mirrors on the doors are different. The head lights are different so are the two scoops on the bonnet. The third scoop in between the two larger ones is missing...and then the doors, the cuts in the doors and the side panels,..and so on. But love this one too. Great job.

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Actually the door mirrors and the silhouette seen very carefully gave it away as the cedia. But that's only on close inspection.

Actually you can see DC has a hand just by looking at the headlights.
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Guys, are you sure its a cedia, because cedia dosent come with rear disc breaks and certainly not such big ones!, and more over look at the wheels, it has five bolts where as cedia has only 4!
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Guys, are you sure its a cedia, because cedia dosent come with rear disc breaks and certainly not such big ones!, and more over look at the wheels, it has five bolts where as cedia has only 4!

Cedia does have rear discs but your right that it's a 4 bolt pattern whereas this is a 5 bolt one. also the discs are big.
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Cedia does have rear discs
thanks for the info!
Then which car can it be? is it an evo?

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So finally the pics are here..Saw guys i had told you that anybody could be fooled at first glance.

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