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Old 26th March 2007, 15:35   #106
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I wouldn't mind being Kiran Mallya either . Multiple surnames are welcome.
I wouldn't mind being Ishan Mallya Tata Kiran seems like we'll be brothers
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Old 26th March 2007, 20:02   #107
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oops....it seems ive said too much....now i have to kill you...

ive been seriously contemplating documenting unique parsee owned vehicles...will write my book on bawas and cars some day....
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oops....it seems ive said too much....now i have to kill you...

ive been seriously contemplating documenting unique parsee owned vehicles...will write my book on bawas and cars some day....
I could give some inputs....been livingin the midst of Bawas (Dadar Parsi Colony and Don Bosco High School) and have been bought up on real finger lickin good "Bhonu"...Dhansak, Farcha, Salli pur Eedu and Topli Paneer...ahve been called many names viz: "Ghelu" -"Kaleja nu Tukro" etc etc. I Remember the great tea in old Freny Auntie's house with Kharis and Macroons from Udvada (shes no more and i miss her like hell)...I could go on and on and OOOPPSs thats off topic!!!
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I could give some inputs....been livingin the midst of Bawas (Dadar Parsi Colony and Don Bosco High School) and have been bought up on real finger lickin good "Bhonu"...Dhansak, Farcha, Salli pur Eedu and Topli Paneer...ahve been called many names viz: "Ghelu" -"Kaleja nu Tukro" etc etc. I Remember the great tea in old Freny Auntie's house with Kharis and Macroons from Udvada (shes no more and i miss her like hell)...I could go on and on and OOOPPSs thats off topic!!!

heheh...sounds wonderful...and dadar colony must be a menagerie of assorted bawa classics....i can picture all the lambys and fiats right now!
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alas not many left my friend..not many!!
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Old 26th March 2007, 20:20   #111
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sigh....its the same story here, and I find that very depressing...oh well, thats a whole other thread now isnt it?!
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at the risk of sounding pompous, my triumph is the only vehicle i didnt get from a parsee, and technically the only vehicle ive paid for!...
Uh, what about your '56 Beetle??
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hey where in the world do you find so many cars at one tyme defi some crazee freak who got a lot of money and no tyme !

hey any for sale would love to pick one for rest project

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hey where in the world do you find so many cars at one tyme defi some crazee freak who got a lot of money and no tyme !
And maybe needs many spares!
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Back with some new pics. of rusting jalopies I came across lately....

This is a '60s Austin Cambridge A60 Farina...both wheels on the left have either been stolen or taken off deliberately (to perhaps avoid the car being stolen!)
Sadly looks quite complete & original....!



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Seems to be in good shape!

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Check this Jag/Daimler



And this Sofa by a reputed German Automobile manufacturer

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any more pics of austins Karl. My uncle had a blue one in Kolkata. It had taller tail lamps and a different grill.

What were the austin models available.
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@ Gogi.....man I'm absolutely psyched out!! What kinda ****** would feel like dumping a Jag (looks like an XJ?) like that??! And that Merc. seems to be a 70s one (going by the chrome bumper?).....sheesh!
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I hope Psycho doesn't see this thread...or else he will spend every last penny of his buying off these cars!
Well I did see this thread and after reading your comment it feels great coz I dont have any money to buy anything
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