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Old 17th December 2007, 16:31   #1
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Check this link out. Finally, the Indian auto scene announces that it is coming off age with the first motor museum. Check the link for details. 10000 acres of automotive history in the heart of babudom....
India to gets its first automobile museum - Sify.com

Atleast there's one place you can go to spot all the exotics henceforth. And thankfully all in working condition

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Not bad at all! Hope see a decent line-up of cars in this museum.
And for heaven's sake,I hope people who know a chunk about cars,and are passionate about them are the ones taking care of these vehicles/running the place.
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Finally, the Indian auto scene announces that it is coming off age with the first motor museum. Check the link for details. 10000 acres of automotive history
India to gets its first automobile museum - Sify.com

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Nice news.
From the article, the promoters seem to be very serious.
Would be a great success if it comes through.
Keep posting on developments, OEM.

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