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Premier padmini 1986 model

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Our member Shiva satthiraju owns this vehicle.

Photo shoot at Mindspace.

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What a car!
Those pictures are drool stuff. I can sit and watch those pictures all day.
Eye feast. Very nicely captured.

 

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Killer pictures bro, what camera did you use?
Good to see a well maintained Padmini. Which year model?
 

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Wonderful stuff @TDI. Amazing captures. Reminded me of my childhood days when i used to admire a lot looking at this car. Anyone owns a contessa here :D ?

@Kumsi High time you post your Austin pics xD 

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Brilliant Images. It would be amazing if you can share the tech specs of the car.

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Killer pictures bro, what camera did you use?
Good to see a well maintained Padmini. Which year model?
 

Those pics taken from Nikon p600. And the pal car is from 1980s

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Brilliant photography.
I love the effort you guys put in to capture such great images.
My camera is always in auto mode.

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On 05/03/2017 at 8:57 AM, uday said:

Wow the last won wins the hearts bro

:D thankyou

 

On 05/03/2017 at 7:02 AM, gowtham said:

Love tho pictures.

Excellent work Vamsi.

:P thanks gowtham

 

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If I am not wrong, this is near Railway tracks. :D
Great pictures with the legendary car. 

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Lovely pictures [mention=470]TDI[/mention] .. Which model is this ? I mean the year?
 

1984 bro. Our member@shiva satthiraju's cat it is. 1984 model it is.
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