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Old 14th August 2007, 08:50   #46
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Real beauties. Sure Mr. Sujan is a Master Crafts Man.
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Old 14th August 2007, 09:24   #47
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holy cowboy..these are one of the best looking Padmini's and 118ne's I have ever seen...my God...cant wait to see your one...

Note:one piece of advice though....remember,simplicity still rocks!!!All the best...
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Great looks! Though, the vent on the bonnet doesn't suit my likes. Good job!
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Old 14th August 2007, 10:07   #49
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Are those 98 pcd alloys or the drums have been filed to accomodate 100 pcd.

However the Grille on all the 3 cars excites interest. Do they have more of these. We need 2 of those for 2 cars running in Kolkata.
Those are 100 pcd alloys been fitted on the car. I am not too sure about the stock of grills that he has in his workshop...but will surely ask and let you know.
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I see paint bubbles on the front right door bottom panel on the blue car.

However the Grille on all the 3 cars excites interest. Do they have more of these. We need 2 of those for 2 cars running in Kolkata.
Yeah, I noticed the bubbling too.

The grilles may not be great shakes. In all probability they are padmini units with the Delight badge in the centre. The design of the grille is the same, though padminis have chromed plastic units. If all 3 are the Italian ones, then wow! Put me down for two.
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Old 14th August 2007, 14:20   #51
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Awesome! I never knew that Padminis looked so good. The blue one takes the cake. Any engine mods?

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Whoops, sorry. On closer inspection Id say the red and blue cars are running on Italian steel grilles, not the plastic crap.
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Mai bhi Grille ke liye katar mein hun!!
Seriously man awesome job. Very inspiring
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Awesome job...can someone do this to the good old cabbies here in Mumbai...I would love to travel in a sports cab then.
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simply awesome! our family used to own a 1989 fiat.... this pics makes me wish we didnt sell her. :(
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I have simply lost out words to describe this work of art....

Fiat 1100D / Premier Padmini Zindabad !!!
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[quote=vidvai;531408]OMFG (if i may)

On a serious note, it would be very very very very nice if someone could post how much approx it costs to do up one of these sexy beasts!
The paint jobs are just awesome! So smooth...so tasteful!

A car done up such as what you see in the pictures would cost in the region of 2-3L depending on the mods that you get done. That includes the cost of the car.

Hope that helps

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Old 14th August 2007, 18:01   #58
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Wow!! These picturers go on to show padminis belong to the sect of cars who age gracefully and slowly..

Or is it only us.. lol
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WOW amazing, magnificent, awesome, superb etc etc... thats all i can say
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Hey Get_Hiyyer_714,
Magnificient cars. The red and blue ones look neat.
I think you said earlier that you are getting your car done up from Mr. Sujan Parikh.
I have been just guessing as to what is the cost involved to get my car done up like this.
Can you post the mods which you are performing and the cost of each one?
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