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Old 21st June 2010, 20:18   #31
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Man, you did had the guts to take this fellow over there

Great. And seems it never let you down. Good.
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After viewing all these lovely pics i can proudly say that the functionality of Fiats is totally impossible to judge and nearly incomparable to any other car either of the bygone era or the present era. And you people took the functionality of a fiat to the next level. Amazing amazing mini off-roading adventure. Brought back the memories of the pics i saw on Niaz Ali's forum(IIRC correct) long time back. BTW why is Sujith not in any of the pics. I read that he also accompanied you all.
Oh and did any one asked MF 6495(multi functional) how is he feeling after the trekking
@ karthik1100: Loved the new FCB expression logos.
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Old 21st June 2010, 20:25   #33
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Man, you did had the guts to take this fellow over there

Great. And seems it never let you down. Good.
I was a bit nervous initially about my car as I consider my S1 as part of myself. MB had real time experience doing stuff like this, Arun too gave lot of confidence since he too knows my S1 very well, Sujith chipped in with lot of mechanical advices. It was a cool drive finally.

EDIT: Arun did the tuning too to give more power to the car.

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Oh and did any one asked MF 6495(multi functional) how is he feeling after the trekking
@ karthik1100: Loved the new FCB expression logos.
I put the car on the ramp first thing after returning. Not a scratch!!!

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Old 21st June 2010, 20:32   #34
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I guess you need to follow Top Down approach and not Bottom Up! See the first page, first pics, first. Request you to go through the thread again.
I guess i did go through the Top Down, Bottom Up as well as random approach and my question still remains unanswered.

So WHERE IS THE OFFROAD?

You seem to have taken the fiat on a small trail not offroad Check out the forum for more details!
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After viewing all these lovely pics i can proudly say that the functionality of Fiats is totally impossible to judge and nearly incomparable to any other car either of the bygone era or the present era. And you people took the functionality of a fiat to the next level. Amazing amazing mini off-roading adventure. Brought back the memories of the pics i saw on Niaz Ali's forum(IIRC correct) long time back. BTW why is Sujith not in any of the pics. I read that he also accompanied you all.
Oh and did any one asked MF 6495(multi functional) how is he feeling after the trekking
@ karthik1100: Loved the new FCB expression logos.
thanks sagar, we cannot compare anyway with niaz ali, he is one of the masters in taking cars to the max.
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Old 21st June 2010, 20:39   #36
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I guess i did go through the Top Down, Bottom Up as well as random approach and my question still remains unanswered.
Always follow a Simple and Single approach in life. Or else you will remain all your life.

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So WHERE IS THE OFFROAD?

You seem to have taken the fiat on a small trail not offroad Check out the forum for more details!
This is Street and Travel Experiences > Travelogues section. Is we had meant REAL Off-Roading this thread would have been in 4x4 & Off-Roading > 4x4 Excursions section

Hope you get the drift now!
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I guess i did go through the Top Down, Bottom Up as well as random approach and my question still remains unanswered.

So WHERE IS THE OFFROAD?

You seem to have taken the fiat on a small trail not offroad Check out the forum for more details!
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Always follow a Simple and Single approach in life. Or else you will remain all your life.



This is Street and Travel Experiences > Travelogues section. Is we had meant REAL Off-Roading this thread would have been in 4x4 & Off-Roading > 4x4 Excursions section

Hope you get the drift now!
You guys did not get what Headers meant.

He being an avid Off-Roader knows the term "OFF-ROADING"

You can call this an adventure, rather than off-roading.

And headers, dont under-estimate old cars, you need to seriously see the 4x4 section for some realtime off-roading by an Old car.
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Really nice photos and I've got to say fantastic logo (fcb). Loved it
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Really nice photos and I've got to say fantastic logo (fcb). Loved it

A lot more pictures to come by. We have clicked numerous sceneries while driving around. Again, full credit to FCB's passionate photographer and designer Karthik MB for all the pictures and FCB water mark.

By the way, Sujith requested us not to post any pics that include him as he doesnt like to be seen on public forums.

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Pics of we guys celebrating after we reached the hill top.
Great pictures guys! I guess the man behind the lens was Sujit ! ??? Looks like you all had some great time and good fun. Enjoy. See you all this Sunday at BCSC Father's day meet.
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Hey guys, really feeling JEALOUS. btw where's one more person who is missing in all photos? Also, the FCB logo is to die for.

Pradip.
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Thank you guys for remembering me.

I went crazy at the scenic locations and was busy with my Photography and was away from these guys for sometime to escape from them in case of some trouble.
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Man, you did had the guts to take this fellow over there
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+ Great pics and Great Logo
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Nice pictures wonderful job.
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Even though the weather was not cloudy, the trees just chilled us. Breathing fresh air there made us realize how polluted Bangalore is! :-(

And each one of us is responsible for this. Can we make a new beginning now and help save this planet?? SUREly we can!

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