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Old 24th January 2014, 20:59   #106
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Default Re: PICS : Tastefully Modified Cars in India

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Those are W221 S500 FL rims (at least in India), and the front and rear screens of all S classes have that purplish tinge.
Its a limo based on the S500.
Was done in house at DC Delhi sometime last year.

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Old 24th May 2014, 13:39   #107
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Default Re: Stretched indian cars!

unsure if this info belongs here, saw a silver Delhi registered Chrysler stretch last night (here) in Mumbai, not sure if the car is here on transit or to stay. Never seen this particular stretch limo earlier, a child was being ferried in it..
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Old 23rd December 2015, 08:30   #108
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scorpio stretch with cadillac grille anf hummer badge:
Quoting a very old post. Just saw an article dating that this Scorpio ( maybe not the exact same car) was seized by the RTO for modifying the dimensions, which as per motor vehicles act is illegal.

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Two models of the Mahindra Scorpio that were illegally modified to the length of a limousine were seized by the flying squad of the Vashi RTO. The RTO officials said that modifying the dimensions of the car is a violation as per the Motor Vehicles Act.

Stretched indian cars!-scorpiostretchseized2.jpg


The vehicles that were seized in Vashi and Andheri were registered in Gujarat and belong to a limousine company known as NWT Limo International located in Anand, Gujarat. The vehicles were hired for a function in Mumbai at a princely sum of Rs.10, 000 per hour.

Liked way way they are actually being measured

So are all such cars illegal?



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