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Old 31st August 2008, 17:15   #31
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Guru Heraldji,

Its not really difficult to get pics of Khodays car collection, Here are some.

Though i could only see 2 Heralds parked there, my mobile battery drained.

" dejavu-i think i've posted these before somewhere"

Hope dominator comes up with better pics.cheers:
Nice pictures Pavan. They are of the garage on Brunton Road/St.John's road & Cunnigham Road. Were you there at Brunton road for the RD 350 get together ? Or maybe at one of the Beetle Club Meets.Well,the real colection is in Kanakpura.You will love what you see there.
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Nice pictures Pavan. They are of the garage on Brunton Road/St.John's road & Cunnigham Road. Were you there at Brunton road for the RD 350 get together ? Or maybe at one of the Beetle Club Meets.Well,the real colection is in Kanakpura.You will love what you see there.

I had made a private visit sometime ago. these are the last set of pics
Would surely love to see the other pics you are talking about.

The khodays are not a part of the Bangalore Beetle club as of now.
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No pics. of their heralds pavan??!! :cry:
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An Oldsmobile parked in an apartment for years. I believe it is out in a workshop,getting restored ?
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Now for pictures of my bikes.

1. KA-04-4781 - My Most valuable possession to date. My Norton Dominator Model 7,1955. Has been in the family from Day One. Previous registration BML 458. Had to change the registration in 1988,when I started to use the bike, dad wouldn't allow me to ride with the Mumbai number, for fear of being caught by cops.
2. My other 1962 Domi 88.
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Ariel Square 4 Mark II, 1953. 1000cc 4 cylinder.

Domi 1952, Model 7 Plunger.

Indian Junior Scout 1936.Look at the registration series.The original RC book confirms it. Not very pristine unlike the other bikes. Still needs a little touch here & there.
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Lovely bikes Dominator. i love the 62, 52 model 7 plunger. the indian juniour scout is a real beauty.
if it is not too much of a bother to you i wanted to know the difference between the 52 and 55 Domi's. Is known as plunger because of the single seat?. i noticed both are model 7's and look very similar.
i also wanted to know what is the difference between an Indian Scout and junior scout?. i have heard everyone mention Chief, Scout. this is the first time i heard Juniour scout. thank you.
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An Oldsmobile parked in an apartment for years. I believe it is out in a workshop,getting restored ?
Ive seen this Oldsmobile in a private collection in Pune (where it is pictured) for atleast 10 years. The plate in front says "1947 Oldsmobile, Single owner".

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2. My other 1962 Domi 88.
I distinctly remember seeing this bike advertised in an auto mag. Is it still with you? Chrome mudguards mean this is an SS? Though I dont see a tacho.

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Indian Junior Scout 1936.Look at the registration series.The original RC book confirms it.
Is this a Bangalore regn?
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Excellent maintained Bikes. Hats off.
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Lovely bikes Dominator. i love the 62, 52 model 7 plunger. the indian juniour scout is a real beauty.
if it is not too much of a bother to you i wanted to know the difference between the 52 and 55 Domi's. Is known as plunger because of the single seat?. i noticed both are model 7's and look very similar.
i also wanted to know what is the difference between an Indian Scout and junior scout?. i have heard everyone mention Chief, Scout. this is the first time i heard Juniour scout. thank you.
1955 Domi Model 7 : Swinging Arm rear suspension, Alloy Head, Plain Petrol & Oil Tank Caps, No Oil Pressure Gauge,Different - Tool Box,Rear Number Plate,Tail Light,Chain Guard,Raer Mudguard,Horn Position,Tandem Seat,Tank Badges.

1952 Domi Model 7 : Plunger Rear Suspension ( No Shock absorbers in the rear ) Oil Pressure Gauge mounted on top of fuel tank, Saddle seats ( Front & Rear - I have not fitted the rear seat on purpose ), No Tank Badges.

Scout is 700 cc,the Junior Scout is 500 cc. Usually the 500cc is called the PONY, but mine is a Junior Scout 1936, which is very,very rare.

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Ive seen this Oldsmobile in a private collection in Pune (where it is pictured) for atleast 10 years. The plate in front says "1947 Oldsmobile, Single owner".

I believe the car is in Bangalore now ???



I distinctly remember seeing this bike advertised in an auto mag. Is it still with you? Chrome mudguards mean this is an SS? Though I dont see a tacho.

Advertised for sale ? Not sure. Sold it some years ago. It is in Pune at present, with a guy called Mandhar. It is not an SS. Though I did mount a Tacho drive.Chrome mudguards not necessarily mean SS. Twin carbs, High Lift cams, close ratio gearbox,higher compression ratio & bigger cylinder head are some of the identifications of an 500 or 650 SS. The chrome mudguards were even offered on the Model 99 ( 600cc ) & the later slimline models.


Is this a Bangalore regn?
Yes..it is the old Mysore state registration. I do not know the significance of the numbers.

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Excellent maintained Bikes. Hats off.
Thanks mjothi. Do you own any motorcycles/cars yourself ?


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Dominator,

Is these are all your bikes ? wowww.....what a treat for the eyes. Very well maintained.
I would like to come and see.
In VV puram, near to those second hand bike shops, I saw couple classics with one of the mechanic for repair. He didn't want to share any information about owner or bikes.

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^ This also needs to wait before coming on this particular Thread.
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Oops. Sorry guys.
I think I got confused with the imports thread and classic threads.
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Hi dominator,
great bikes & very well restored. congratulations.
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The Indian is beautiful. From what I understand, in 1908 or soon after, Mysore used MS 0001 to 9999 then MY 0001 to 9999 and then used MY 0001A to MY 9999Z. Your 1936 registration is one of the last before they moved on to MYS 0001. In 1939 they started a new series with MY and a letter to indicate the area so MYB 0001 was Bangalore for example.
Back in the 1910s and 1920s, it was fairly common for registrations to have letters after the number as well as before it.
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