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Old 11th September 2007, 09:14   #16
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No one really got the significance of this picture I believe. See the rear glass of the Fiat and the board mentioning the destination .
am really sorry ,cant make out ,yes the board says 'parsi point' and rear glass has kind of picture of an eagle,could you elaborate what you are trying to highlight in the picture
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am really sorry ,cant make out ,yes the board says 'parsi point' and rear glass has kind of picture of an eagle,could you elaborate what you are trying to highlight in the picture
I don't blame you merains, what you call an eagle is actually a symbol of the Parsi's. Read here.
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Panchgani report later. I had a hell load of fun and the best is yet to come.
Ahem. When is it coming?
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No one really got the significance of this picture I believe. See the rear glass of the Fiat and the board mentioning the destination .
Actually, It was far too obvious, but then I went to The Dadar Parsee Youths Assembly High School, Parsee Colony, Mumbai
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Actually, It was far too obvious, but then I went to The Dadar Parsee Youths Assembly High School, Parsee Colony, Mumbai
Shu waat karecch Dikra, tu DPY nu product che. Small world i tel you!! No im not from DPY but hoards of my friends are.
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Actually, It was far too obvious, but then I went to The Dadar Parsee Youths Assembly High School, Parsee Colony, Mumbai
So they all called you Viraf I suppose?
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So they all called you Viraf I suppose?
Haha. Funnily, there weren't all that many bawas in school. The Principal was one as were a few teachers, but mostly kids from the Madressa and a few from the colony. There were mainly gujjus from the Matunga, Sion, Wadala area.
I mainly got called Rascal and the "taddan naughty chey..gelaganda kariya karech"
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A little photoshopping from my side:



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Very nice Shrivz. Here's some more that got left out.









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The manifold vacuum gauge is nice!! loved the pics.
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nicely done shrivz.
karl stop rubbing it in , i have not forgotten i have to take you there.
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Very nice Shrivz. Here's some more that got left out.
There's more that got left out. Will ya post? OR should I?

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Interesting gauge that is, reads: Poor, Fair, Drive, Idle, Decelerate.
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We all thoroughly enjoyed every bit of it. Bawas will be Bawas. Looking forward for the 30th ka drive.
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Nice pictures Karl. I just love that Fiat steering wheel. And that clock on the dash reminded me of my Padmini. It was an optional extra back then placed between the two meters. Drive down to Mumbai with your Fiat man.
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The looks given by the bikers says it all... Man am I waiting for my Fiat. Guys looks like you had loads of fun. Well just hoping that probably sometime soon Stanher and me might just be able to drive down to pune in our Fiats to join you all in one of these runs.
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