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Old 26th January 2010, 21:17   #1
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Default Deccan Heritage Automobile Association vintage/classic show, Hyd. 26th Jan '10

Hi all,

Here are pics. of said show that I (and a few other team bhpians in hyd.) had the happy chance to attend today. It was a well-turned out event and my appreciation for the same goes to the organising members of the DECHAA, including our own man of many wheels- hillram! who also arranged to bring his various classic rides together for the show.
'had a good time even though I could attend only as a spectator this time! and couldn't stay for the lunch, having to leave a bit early.

Moving on straight to the pics.....starting with the cars.
(Note: as there are many pics. and my net is quite slow in uploading and could be unpredictable as well! So I prefer to upload them divided in batches, which would make a few successive posts rather than in one single post.)

I'd spotted this car first when I'd entered. The Humber Super Sinpe owned by the Army at Alwal, Secunderabad, which was also talked about in another thread. I was told by the chauffeur that it is used weekly once, every monday, for the Lt. General, albeit briefly. It does seem in need of more TLC though, especially the paintwork!

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Continuing from my last post,

The next car that had showed up- Ford Model A(?) tourer.
I'd first seen it at the HAIG rally at Sec'bad club 2 years ago. First time I'm seeing the interior though.

Interesting steering wheel!

Front bumper would get attention soon I hope!

Some of the regular cars turned up too. Some didn't, namely the silver Triumph Mayflower and the Black Sunbeam Talbot, owned by the same person.

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Also saw this maroon Willys Jeep for the first time I think- I like this colour on it. And also that of the rims.

And this all the more superb Ford ex-US army WW2 jeep! With lots of interesting accessories, including a hand-pump under the rear seat, a seat 'belt', an antenna (on the rear wing) and a pump-like device on the front bumper- forgot what it was. Unfortunately forgot to take complete pics. of the Jeep itself!
Incidentally, I dont know if this was 'standard' on all such jeeps, but this doesn't start with a key but the ignition is turned on with just moving the knob on the dash and it starts by pressing the push-button under the dash. I've seen even many old Standard cars, including my Pennant, have a similar button though.

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Continued from my last post....

As always, pleased to see one of my own incarnations! Even if I don't own it!

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Hillram's pride and joy! Driven by shiva (cyberdoctorind)

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That reminds me- forgot to mention, the Black LHD 1100 deluxe, AAX 8734, which was another regular Fiat at every rally until 15th aug. last year didn't show up this time too.


Austin 7 proudly displaying it's erstwhile Hyd. state regn.

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Also sorry, forgot to upload this engine bay pic. of the maroon jeep in my last post!

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2-door Minor, another regular

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Opel pick-up.

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That's it for the car pics. Continuing tomorrow with the 2-wheelers....enjoy!
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[quote=Stanher;1700809]Hi all,

I enjoyed seeing these photos, looks like a great car show.

The Ford looks like a 1932 Model B which came in a 4 or V8. A lot of incorrect items on it but it's still with us and can always be restored to more original specifications. Did you have a chance to photograph the engine? Check out Sanjay Goshs 32 Ford V8 from the Tolly Car Show or Statesman Rally.
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Hillram's pride and joy! Driven by shiva (cyberdoctorind)

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That reminds me- forgot to mention, the Black LHD 1100 deluxe, AAX 8734, which was another regular Fiat at every rally until 15th aug. last year didn't show up this time too.
Shyam Garu,

Two things I noted is that in Hilram's car 1. Side repeator lights, the round ones are still available and would look good and are original.

2. The tail lamps are of Select, can we give him the Superselect aluminium ones and have what he has on his car, this way we both have the correct tail lights on the car .
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Hi Shyam.

Nice pics do post them all and the bikes too.

That Yellow Ford convertible is not a Model A but the replacment of the Model A which was launched in 1932. This car could be most likely a Model B, what kind of engine did it have. This could be a V8 as the new Ford V8 was introduced in this year on this bodystyle.

The dash, wood cappings on the doors and the bumper on the rear are not original though.

The Ford Jeep you posted without an ignition key is a very original car. It hass the data plates in almost new condition, are the reproduction plates ?

In your pictyre of the starter switch on the floor you can also see the first aid box mounted behind the dash, this is very hard to find and ia a great accessory to have on the car.

The ignition switch is original so is the light and the choke pull. The foot pump under the rear seat is also original and a standard fitment on these Jeeps.

The radio antenna on the rear is an accessory that came on Jeeps which had a radio mounted. This should also have a supression box mounted on body side under the passenger seat.

The covered item in front is a military siren also a period accessory.

What is the reg number on this Jeep and who owns it. A very well kept car. Please put up some engine pics too.
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Great Captures Shyam, will throw in a zillion more of these pics tomorrow.
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Great Captures Shyam, will throw in a zillion more of these pics tomorrow.
And you can expect my pics a month later .

Being a classics and vintage cars show. I used an old film camera (1965 make!!) Can anyone upload the picture of this camera who took a snap of it yesterday!!
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I enjoyed seeing these photos, looks like a great car show.
The Ford looks like a 1932 Model B which came in a 4 or V8. A lot of incorrect items on it but it's still with us and can always be restored to more original specifications. Did you have a chance to photograph the engine? Check out Sanjay Goshs 32 Ford V8 from the Tolly Car Show or Statesman Rally.
Thanks john! 'will check that out.
No, sorry I didn't get to take a peek at the engine bay I'm afraid! The owner was actually not present most of the time after parking the car there, and I had to leave a bit early too, so couldn't catch them.

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Two things I noted is that in Hilram's car 1. Side repeator lights, the round ones are still available and would look good and are original.
2. The tail lamps are of Select, can we give him the Superselect aluminium ones and have what he has on his car, this way we both have the correct tail lights on the car .
1. Yup, I noticed that too and offered an original pair I have to hillram. He was too glad about it and said I could give them to him anytime, so that problem's solved.
2. Why don't you ask him about it??

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Nice pics do post them all and the bikes too.

That Yellow Ford convertible is not a Model A but the replacment of the Model A which was launched in 1932. This car could be most likely a Model B, what kind of engine did it have. This could be a V8 as the new Ford V8 was introduced in this year on this bodystyle.
The dash, wood cappings on the doors and the bumper on the rear are not original though.
The Ford Jeep you posted without an ignition key is a very original car. It hass the data plates in almost new condition, are the reproduction plates ?

The covered item in front is a military siren also a period accessory.

What is the reg number on this Jeep and who owns it. A very well kept car. Please put up some engine pics too.
Thanks wasif!

I did realise the Ford tourer's steering wheel isn't original but didn't realise all those other bits you mention werent too!!

Yes, I too liked the Ford Jeep! And yes, noticed the first-aid box under the dash too. Thanks for the knowledge on the siren.
'dont recall the number, sorry! I hope someone else has taken pics. of it from the outside.

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And you can expect my pics a month later .

Being a classics and vintage cars show. I used an old film camera (1965 make!!) Can anyone upload the picture of this camera who took a snap of it yesterday!!
Raj, surely you jest...hehe!

1965 make huh? I'd like to have that camera in that case!
What brand?

Any of you guys are welcome to upload any pics. that you took......you might have some that I missed out. And also would be helpful to me whenever my net conks out, as it did even today!

OK, continuing from my last post, here are the pics. of the 2-wheelers, starting with the bikes:

A collection of 5 different models of Jawa, all owned by the same person (seen in the pink shirt and white cap)! The black one ADX 6838 is, I heard, what was called as "skirt jawa", because of the fender-skirts on either side of the rear mudguard. It was made so because in those days, women usually wore skirts or skirt-like outfits all the time, in which case they would naturally have to sit sideways. So the skirts ensured that they could without the risk of their skirt ends getting entangled in the spokes. A kind of predecessor to the now common Saree-guard I guess!

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BSA Bantam, one of my favourites. There were 2 of these present.

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More to follow.........sorry, my net is really erratic!

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Can anyone upload the picture of this camera who took a snap of it yesterday!!
Yup Sire, your Vintage Canon Pics coming up soon
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More of the bike pics., continued from my last post.....

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A very nicely restored Norton with white-walls- I'm not too familiar with the exact model but it looks like a military one?
The BSA beside it is a regular.....with an equally nice patina. 'wonder what the "Polite" on the rear numberplate means...or was it supposed to be "Police"?

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The other Bantam

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'wonder what the "Polite" on the rear numberplate means...or was it supposed to be "Police"?
Yup Shyam, that's indeed written to be misread as Police instead of Polite.

This is a very general idea followed by many people, who replace a single alphabet, so that people misread it as police. Most of the times, it is to evade the Traffic Cops. Saw a couple of Willy's with POLICY written on the front side. Usually in haste, we read it as Police instead of Policy

Don't really understand what made this BSA owner to put that there
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Yup Shyam, that's indeed written to be misread as Police instead of Polite.

This is a very general idea followed by many people, who replace a single alphabet, so that people misread it as police. Most of the times, it is to evade the Traffic Cops. Saw a couple of Willy's with POLICY written on the front side. Usually in haste, we read it as Police instead of Policy

Don't really understand what made this BSA owner to put that there
Thanks for the info. Nikhil. Yes, it is usually done by people who dont ever want to be stopped and checked by traffic cops for licence, papers etc!

Continuing with the pics....

First is a 1920s Rudge Motorcycle, said to be 1 of 2 known surviving in India! Note the regn. What could RW stand for? Cedric, your call!

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Also the oldest bike present in the rally- a 1914 Triumph!

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Here we go again...

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Indian-chief. The other one of Col. Shashidhar (BYJ 103) didn't seem to be present this time though.

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Royal Enfields galore!

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The 2 Bantams

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Gurudev (Puppy) Singh's Norton:

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This completes the bike pics....next moving on to the scooter pics.! Stay tuned!

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Hello Stanher:

All the pictures are too gud & clarity is fantastic! Wat camera is this?
Am dumbfounded man, Still Scooters to go??? I don know wat to say!
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