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Default The Heritage Vehicle Owners Club of Thane Event - 1/5/11

Sunday Slammer.
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Admiral & The Graceful Ladies ! May 1, 2011.

This Sunday actually began on a Saturday evening when a TBHP old timer e-gansta called me up like he does every year, for the last 4 odd years and asked me whether I'd like to come for the annual HVOCT (Heritage Vehcile Owner's Club Thane) meet/rally. And like I do every year, I thought good ol' Ed must be daft if he thinks I am going to miss it for anything in the world.

Sunday, late morning, anytime was agreed. Location was revealed. And plans were made.

Sunday morning was spent in a rush to do a thorough job on the Admiral. Yet ended up doing 3 hours of sea duty. What with one chum, a colony resident as well who came up inspected the innards of the Admiral without too many questions thankfully. And then revealed that he had taken delivery of T- Etios just the last week and would I be kind enough to come and check out his car and explain a few features. Sure, I said mentally sighing, after I finish the weekly work. He went away and waited for me in his Etios. Groan.

Yet another ex- colleague and a resident came up (never recommend your own housing colony to your colleagues to buy flats in, even after they become ex- colleagues every little thing - they still rush to you and don't convert themselves to ex- pains !). Double groan. He wanted to chat up about our ex- company and the politics there. Of all days why today ? God's ways are truly baffling.

Anyway continued talking to him through my exertions and panting over the Admiral of which he couldn't make out anything what I was stating, as to why he was passed over for a promotion before he retired, when he suddenly realised that the ol' girl had asked him to get bread and eggs and he promised to meet me next Sunday to continue with the interesting chat.
But I was grateful for the old man's LoH and her stentorian ways for he was terrified of her and the sudden memory of her eggs and bread order had him scurrying away. Phew !

All work done was walking away when I realised the other chum and his Etios. And he was waiting right there...a black beauty...and he handed me the keys and mentioned that we should take it for a test drive to check if everything is fine and check the engine etc. Last week it was a Figo and this week a T-Et ? I begged off, citing urgent matters and a meet and promised to drive next week. How many people ? How many Sundays ? Q's flashed in my mind !
Checked the engine - explained a few things he didn't know of the T-Et and neither did I !

Ran home. Rushed with everything including a quick fight with the LoH, had plum forgotten to tell her about the event and cancel the visit to a cranky relative of ours. Let her do the honours. Alone.

And I landed up here, on Ghodbunder Road, with the Admiral:
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Placed Admiral well and rushed in to meet the old girls and introduce him to them.
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And what a bevy of beauties I landed up with ! Some who I was acquainted with over the last few years, a few new !

A Ford Perfect:
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Fiats...no guesses for the model !
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A Morris Minor - exactly like my F-i-L's back home:
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Colour me Baby !
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An old friend of mine - Standard Herald. A rare one as it is a 4 door variety compared to a common 2 door issue. Last year had poked around this beauty and got a ride in it as well. Thanks Doc (forgot to last year) ! Very well maintained.
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The Scooter Row !
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And a cute Vespa:
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And the proud owner Mr Kari ! Ever smiling and extremely happy when someone admires his lil' doll:
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The Bike Row: (No intros here for the BSAs/Matchless etc !)
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And here I came upon a restored 1942 Matchless which was a standard army issue ! Lavished some attention on it:
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Phew ! Who needs lunch after this ?!!

Car Row. Studebaker Champion in foreground.
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(To be continued...)

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Sunday Slammer.
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Admiral & The Graceful Ladies ! (2) May 1, 2011.

The journey continues...

Can any meet be complete without the Three Pointer ? A Mercedes Benz 200D 1967:
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Heads up ?
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I'll also give you a tails up:
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Purrrfect Ford Perfect:
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A lovely and rare Morris 8 in a superb condition :
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The Americans have landed !
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A Studebaker Champion, 1948:
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An old friend from the past meets - Austin 12, 1920's - Has wooden floor boards etc !:
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(...to be continued !)
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Sunday Slammer.
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Admiral & The Graceful Ladies ! (3rd & Final Act !) May 1, 2011.

At every event of the HVOCT I have a discovery of the meet for myself !
And this year the two wheeler of course was the Matchless 1942, Army issue.

And the four wheeler ?

Well tucked away behind the first two lines of tiny corvettes was this capital battleship !

The Dodge Custom Royal (1959) ! 5328 CC, 260 BHP, V8, Hardtop Coupe.
Read more about this classic car here:
1959 Chrysler Dodge Custom Royal hardtop coop

And this car is a star of quite a few Hindi movies. One of them was, I was told, "Om Shanti Om". I didn't catch that flick, so someone who has seen that can comment or remember the exact role played by this old girl !

Though the beauty has certainly seen better days - she certainly spoke of her old glory by just being there and imperviously looking at the other grand dames !

And here are the views of the Dodge Custom Royal from my eyes:
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Just love the jousting Knight and his lance:
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Full frontal:
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And the lines and rest !
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Note the position of the rear view mirror !
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Here is the gorgeous rest:
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And here is:
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The guy in the white shirt is Vinay Gurav an old friend and a co-organiser of the event from the past so many years. The other guy - not sure about his antecedents. All the bonhomie in the snap was to end soon.

I was concerned about trying to get the magnificent vehicle below to particpate in the event:
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My friend's mouth fell open and he asked me in anger, disdain and disbelief as to what I was playing at. As it were the weather was humid, sweltering and hot !

All I asked him was to look around and see if he could spot another such vehicle around. Which he replied in negative, still not sure what he was walking into. And then I asked him as to why Admiral couldn't participate as the oldest T-Fort present in the gathering ! This chap let out a string of expletives and stomped off - to organise my exit !

I left after about 2 hours of bliss in the hot 'bliss'tering sun !

Another rather delighful Sunday, wouldn't you say ?!!

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And what a bevy of beauties I landed up with ! Some who I was acquainted with over the last few years, a few new !

A Ford Perfect:
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Gorgeous pics G. Not sure if it's a typo but the car is the Prefect, as the engraving on the logo in your picture clearly shows. Ford Prefect is also one of the lead characters in Douglas Adams' classic comedic opus The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Well apparently you're not alone, because, as Wikipedia informs us:

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Although Ford had taken great care to blend into Earth society, he had "skimped a bit on his preparatory research," and thought that the name "Ford Prefect" would be "nicely inconspicuous." Adams later clarified in an interview that Ford "had simply mistaken the dominant life form." The Ford Prefect was, in fact, a British car manufactured from 1938 to 1961.

Adams later observed that this joke was lost on US audiences who assumed it was a typing error for "perfect." In the French version, Le Guide Galactique, Ford's name was changed to "Ford Escort." Nowadays, the joke is largely lost on younger audiences in Britain as well, since the Ford Prefect is now a rare sight on British roads. In the film adaptation, his last name was never actually stated on-screen, but it is given in the film's credits as "Prefect."
Sorry to meander offtopic- I have a thing for HHGG and you already know my nitpicking ways! BTW that was quite a show you attended. And the pics and descriptions as always are yummy!

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Gorgeous pics G. Not sure if it's a typo but the car is the Prefect, as the engraving on the logo in your picture clearly shows.
Yo Noopster ! Of course that is a Ford Prefect.
Thanks for pointing out - and not once but goofed up twice as I later noticed. This Ford Prefect is a regular at the event since the last 2-3 years !

Typo - not sure, as I used to always have a distaste for Prefects right from school days as the amount of times I got into trouble thanks to their tattling nature was unbelievable. That was during the teeny-weeny primary school days (sorry to disappoint here folks - I did go to school !). And then at the boarding school in Bangalore with the Class and House Prefects the troubles quadrupled or more. So this pathological distaste for the very word perhaps ?

The other error of course is that, if one sees the description put up, the Dodge Custom Royal is not a Coupe !

Early Monday morning I know, but couldn't resist this small anecdote on printer's devil or typos as we now know it...

A small English village had a much needed, but a very uncommon, event of a theft which broke the terribly monotonous life of the folks there.
Next day the small village newspaper ran the story of the theft and wound up the piece with the line " Head Constable Smith of the local police detective farce is investigating."
Sure and soon enough, a spluttering Head Constable Smith came into the Editor's house, berated him and demanded an apology in print.
And the paper ran the apology next day
" The paper sincerely regrets the line in the story of the theft yesterday which should have read - Head Constable Smith of the local police defective force is investigating."

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@ Guderian - You had a super Sunday mingling with all the beautiful girls. Thanks a ton for sharing.

Loved the Vespa in the 2 wheeler section and your selection in the four wheelers.

Was surprised at the placement of the rear view mirror on the Dashboard. The rear of the Dodge resembles a Rocket and i don't know why was reminded of a very old TV series which used to come on Doordarshan - Fireball XL5.
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Though not many, I do have a few pictures to share too.

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Typo - not sure, as I used to always have a distaste for Prefects right from school days as the amount of times I got into trouble thanks to their tattling nature was unbelievable. That was during the teeny-weeny primary school days (sorry to disappoint here folks - I did go to school !). And then at the boarding school in Bangalore with the Class and House Prefects the troubles quadrupled or more. So this pathological distaste for the very word perhaps ?
That made my morning. I share the sentiment, especially since I never made prefect but my elder sibling did!

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That was funny! There is another very similar one, if you'll permit me:

Apology letter in a newspaper: "The Daily Chronicle sincerely apologises to the family and friends of Colonel Smith into whose obituary the unfortunate term "battle-scared veteran" crept in last week. It was the printer's devil, of course, what we meant to say was that the late Colonel was a "bottle-scarred veteran".
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Before folks wonder about this upstart of an Admiral and his relevance to vintage beauties I think I better introduce him !
Here you go:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...ife-sails.html
Read here all about Fleet Admiral Togo Heihachiro !


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@ Guderian - You had a super Sunday mingling with all the beautiful girls. Thanks a ton for sharing.

Loved the Vespa in the 2 wheeler section and your selection in the four wheelers.

Was surprised at the placement of the rear view mirror on the Dashboard. The rear of the Dodge resembles a Rocket and i don't know why was reminded of a very old TV series which used to come on Doordarshan - Fireball XL5.
Thanks Amit. Yeah the Vespa was cute too. Quite a different design.
About that RVM. Though it sort of was odd by today's safety standard i think it would have served the need then very well. When I peered into it because of the low back/slouch of the car one could see the rear through the mirror very clearly.
This particular machine was missing a OVRM on the left - which was a standard on the Dodge Custom Royal fitted on the left door.

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Though not many, I do have a few pictures to share too.
Thanks for shring Prateek. Pity we missed bumping into each other - or were you plain lucky - not to have run into me ?!!
Next time then !

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Apology letter in a newspaper: "The Daily Chronicle sincerely apologises to the family and friends of Colonel Smith into whose obituary the unfortunate term "battle-scared veteran" crept in last week. It was the printer's devil, of course, what we meant to say was that the late Colonel was a "bottle-scarred veteran".
Ha ha ha...delightful to say the least dear chap ! Keep them coming.
These anecdotes too are of the real vintage variety and are in perfect (not prefect mind you !) company with the grand old ladies in the photographs.
Ahhh...reminds you of another age and time right ?!!

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This particular machine was missing a OVRM on the left - which was a standard on the Dodge Custom Royal fitted on the left door.
The car did have an ORVM, but it was mounted on the front left mudguard, not on the door. Have marked the approx. position in the photo below.
The ORVM has not been fitted to prevent it from becoming a template for Ricksha and Taxi accessories.

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The car did have an ORVM, but it was mounted on the front left mudguard, not on the door. Have marked the approx. position in the photo below.
The ORVM has not been fitted to prevent it from becoming a template for Ricksha and Taxi accessories.

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Hi Harit, Right - no wonder I missed it.
In some old snaps of other DCRs I had seen it amost at the same place you have marked - maybe a little more closer to the A pillar perhaps.
Also there is supposed to be an ORVM on the right side as well around the same spot. For that I think I saw what appeared to be a stud with rubber insert - can be seen on some of the snaps. Couldn't spot the same on the left(driver's) side.
Thanks for the info.
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@Guderian - Just a thought. Should the title of the thread be edited to give an idea about its contents? Pardon my ignorance, but i did not know what HVOCT stood for till the time i read the details. Some other BHPians might miss out on the beauties on show because of the title thread.
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@Guderian - Just a thought. Should the title of the thread be edited to give an idea about its contents? Pardon my ignorance, but i did not know what HVOCT stood for till the time i read the details. Some other BHPians might miss out on the beauties on show because of the title thread.
Aye aye sir ! Thanks.

Would request the Mods to change the title to "The Thane Heritage Vehicle Owners Club Event - 1/5/11".
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Thanks Guderian, for the pics and sooper report.
I was there in the evening at around 6 as the sun was too much to handle.
missed meeting eddy by a couple of minutes as he had left with the Herald i guess.
Met danny who was standing proudly by his "Champion" also saw his 2 door i20 with mkraft stickers.
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missed meeting eddy by a couple of minutes as he had left with the Herald i guess.
I left the venue with the Herald by 5 pm, didnt want to get stuck in the traffic at Kapurbawdi (Which i did get stuck due to heavy traffic) and had to rush to work too
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