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Old 20th January 2010, 15:28   #1951
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Pavan Kadam, don't worry, I didn't mind. We are here to know more and increase our knowledge - not by arguments, but by sharing our respective views. May be ajay99 nows more about my car then me.....

However, you can view my garage to have a look at my car.
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Old 20th January 2010, 15:52   #1952
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Pavan Kadam, don't worry, I didn't mind. We are here to know more and increase our knowledge - not by arguments, but by sharing our respective views. May be ajay99 nows more about my car then me.....

However, you can view my garage to have a look at my car.
I have never claimed to ""nows more about"" your car.
I just stated the fact which I know.I also happen to have a an original OWNERS Instruction Manual of 1952 Morris minor saloon.
Also viewed the pictures of the car ."RES IPSA LOQUITUR"" , nothing else to say on that

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Old 20th January 2010, 16:05   #1953
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I want to Know the PROCEDURE for exporting a vehicle which is privately owned.

My friend owns a scooter(All papers legal), he want to export it to the US. So he has no idea about the procedure to follow. Can any one PM/reply in the thread in points on how to go about it.
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Old 20th January 2010, 18:17   #1954
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I want to Know the PROCEDURE for exporting a vehicle which is privately owned.

My friend owns a scooter(All papers legal), he want to export it to the US. So he has no idea about the procedure to follow. Can any one PM/reply in the thread in points on how to go about it.
You can contact a CUSTOM HOUSE AGENT for this.
But you cannot export any vehicle older than 40 years(I may be wrong here).also you will have to deregister the vehicle with the MVD

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Old 25th January 2010, 21:49   #1955
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Smile dodge 54 car for sale

thought you may be interested to have al look at this car-dodge 1954 is available for sale the person in charge of the affairs of this car had provided me his mobile no.09324042049 if any interest you can call him.
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I'm looking to buy a reasonably well restored American car manufactured between 1948 and 1965. Ideally would prefer cars located in or around Mumbai / Pune. I am not looking for cars that need to be restored completely though I don't mind putting in some restoration work from my side. The car should be in running condition. Any help from your side will be deeply appreciated. Brokers/agents are also welcome. Happy Motoring!
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Old 25th January 2010, 21:57   #1956
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Smile Dodge 1954 Car For Sale

attached is a photo of a Dodge 1954 car available for sale,good car in running condition.any person if interested may directly call Mr.jagdishbhai on his cell no.09324042049,he is in charge of the affairs regarding these car.
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Old 26th January 2010, 03:30   #1957
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Hey Buddy

Can see a Fiat 1100 in the back. Is that for sale too ?

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Old 27th January 2010, 02:31   #1958
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Default 1991 Padmini

I saw a nice 1991 Padmini in front of our apartment being "tuned up" by a couple of mechanics yesterday and had a look at it and spoke to the owner who said his son was buying a new car and was going to give him his old/new car so he would be selling the Padmini. I believe he bought it new.

It still has the original seat upholstery although he had repaired part of the front seat. The engine sounded good. Unfortunately I didn't have my camera but have is phone # and he lives close to our flat.

If anyone is interested I will go over and check it out more closely and take photos.
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Old 27th January 2010, 05:32   #1959
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Would be good if you could post us some pics buddy.

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Old 27th January 2010, 13:17   #1960
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I saw a nice 1991 Padmini in front of our apartment being "tuned up" by a couple of mechanics yesterday and had a look at it and spoke to the owner who said his son was buying a new car and was going to give him his old/new car so he would be selling the Padmini. I believe he bought it new.

It still has the original seat upholstery although he had repaired part of the front seat. The engine sounded good. Unfortunately I didn't have my camera but have is phone # and he lives close to our flat.

If anyone is interested I will go over and check it out more closely and take photos.
if you were in mumbai and this car here may be I would be the first one to come.
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Old 28th January 2010, 02:17   #1961
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Is colt Lancer a classic ?

It is 1977 model
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Old 28th January 2010, 02:35   #1962
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It sure is a classic.

any car more than 25 yrs is a classic. Correct me if i am wrong.

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It sure is a classic.

any car more than 25 yrs is a classic. Correct me if i am wrong.

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allana, sorry to correct you.although the criteria vary,the generally accepted one is those manufactured before 1940 are vintage and between 1940 and 1960 are CLASSICS and between 1960 and 1970 -recent classics.
I dont know from where you got the "25 years"" definition of classic.
By that yardstick MarutiSS80 would have been a classic. I dont know if you are aware or not but despite being one of the most viewed thread in the post1950 section,it was removed just because it did not fit the "classic "" criterion.
LANCER COLT is not at all a classic. for that matter even 1970's toyota/nissan can never be called classic now.of course some models of the 70''s and 80's are definitely "Collectibles""

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Is colt Lancer a classic ?

It is 1977 model
oh you must be talking about that silver and grey mitsubishi car from ernakulam.It is not even a collectible now since,it has been modified

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Don't know if folks here know about these 2 vehicles...

A 1966 Fiat convertible available for sale.
1966 Fiat 1500 convertible - Mumbai - Cars

A 1933 model B ford
1933 Ford Model B - Bangalore - Cars

NOTE: I came across the ads while browsing the internet. So have no more clue about these.
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The guy is asking for 12.5 Lacs for the Fiat 1500 convertible phew.
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