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Old 18th October 2017, 22:40   #3841
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Nice try, but it's looking like a 16 bit rendering.
And why leave out the wheels?
Yes. Owner planning to upsize. May be 20".
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Old 25th October 2017, 15:55   #3842
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Here's a quick picture of our Bolero, with my ever enthusiastic 7 year old. 😊

Tried to keep it pretty minimal, to crawl around bad Hyderabad roads
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Here's a quick picture of our Bolero, with my ever enthusiastic 7 year old. ��

Tried to keep it pretty minimal, to crawl around bad Hyderabad roads
You're way too modest. That Bolero of yours is anything but minimal, nicely done!

Not a 4X4, is it? A friend of mine has bought two Thars for his college going kids in Bangalore. The condition of our roads, and the attitude of some people, clearly demand the use of urban warriors like your Bolero.

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Found this beautifully modified V-Cross on Automarc's FB page. Source

While the Black and white interiors look cool. White is a bad choice if this vehicle is gonna be used for off-roading.

Mods if it is against forum rules to post these pictures since they are watermarked please delete this post. I have no affiliation to that page.

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Having gone through this thread I find the statement 'looks are subjective' to be confirmed to me, numerous times : ).
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While the Black and white interiors look cool. White is a bad choice if this vehicle is gonna be used for off-roading.
White interiors means -

1) The owner does not go off-roading
2) The owner does not have small kids.
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Old 2nd November 2017, 09:15   #3847
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Volvo S 80. Wrapped. Wheels mod pending!!
Is the car in Bangalore ? I saw a similar wrapped one, KA registered, 3222 on Graphite India Road, Whitefield in front of my house yesterday.
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Here's a quick picture of our Bolero, with my ever enthusiastic 7 year old. 😊

Tried to keep it pretty minimal, to crawl around bad Hyderabad roads
This looks awesome. More pictures please
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Some interesting videos I came across. Some are overdone but loved the videos. Seems to be a cheaper alternative to AccuAir.







This dude's photos of some awesome cars are already in this thread.
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Old 6th November 2017, 14:33   #3850
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Few pics of the monster truck from the above post:
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Mods:
• 6” Suspension Lift Kit
• Off-Road Bumper
• Off-Road Snorkel
• 16” Lenso Zeus Camel Rims Wrapped in 305/70/16 Cooper Rubber
• Custom Fender Kit
• PIAA LED Auxiliary Lamps
• Aftermarket LED Tail Lamps
• Aeroklas Bed Liner
• Chrome Delete

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This belongs to a friend, also has eibach springs installed.
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One of the hottest rides in Trivandrum, belongs to a very close friend.
Skoda Rapid 1.5 TDi DSG
17" 8J GTR Wheels
KW Suspension
VW Flatbottom Steering wheel with paddle shift
Remapped 140Bhp/ 300Nm
Custom aftermarket LED Tail Lamps


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Hey There!

Brilliant looking ride there! Aren't these tail lights from the Vento? Where did you procure them from and how much did they cost?

I would love to get these on my Carbon Steel Rapid. TIA

Ashwin
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Hey There!

Brilliant looking ride there! Aren't these tail lights from the Vento? Where did you procure them from and how much did they cost?

I would love to get these on my Carbon Steel Rapid. TIA

Ashwin
Hey Ashwin, thank you for your comments!
I still don't have PM ability, the tail lights are custom made from Vento stock tail lamps. I will be happy to give you the contact just ping me upon Facebook- Jiji Philip Varghese.
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Not a 4X4, is it? A friend of mine has bought two Thars for his college going kids in Bangalore. The condition of our roads, and the attitude of some people, clearly demand the use of urban warriors like your Bolero.
Thank you!

It's not a 4x4, that would've been perfect.

I couldn't agree with you more about roads/traffic and attitude. Bolero really helps, especially tames me down, as I can crawl around the city with high set seating. The biggest complaint is the way the steering is setup off-axis, gives me a bad shoulder and left arm pain.

I bought an automatic Accord to help with the pain, it's nice and luxurious but I always feel better in the Bolero on city roads. As soon as I drive the Bolero, magically left arm starts paining again.

I wonder if anyone else has the same left arm pain issue? 🤔
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This looks awesome. More pictures please
Thank you.
I will post some pictures when I get a chance.
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My friend's Punto :

- Samurai CF finish lip
- ‎GTR 16" 8.5J alloys
- ‎205/55/R16 Nankang NS20 tyres

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