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

Yeah. Thankyou
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Wow I am impressed by the maintenance of this car.

 

You have done justice to this beauty with your honorable photography skills.

 

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Car looks amazing!! Authentic stuff!! Can't take my eye away from the car!! And the color of the car was really cool!!
Nice clicks

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56 minutes ago, ksa171983 said:

Beautiful pics with a legend,

Brought back my childhood memories.

 

Someone should launch a classic cars self drive options.
Always wanted to drive those Fiats, Jeeps and Ambys.

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Someone should launch a classic cars self drive options.
Always wanted to drive those Fiats, Jeeps and Ambys.

Keep dreaming
Even regular self drive cars are having tough time in India.
General crowd in India abuse the self drive cars a lot.
Look at the condition of zoomcars.

Classic cars are not ready to take such abuse.
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2 hours ago, uday said:

Someone should launch a classic cars self drive options.
Always wanted to drive those Fiats, Jeeps and Ambys

When I was a kid my dad used to have this car "PAL" and also Lamby.. Never knew the value and antique feeling of these vehicles back then.

I believe even he wanted to upgrade like everyone :) .

That car had hand gear against floor gear now.. Ah just recollected the sturdiness and the cranking sound it used to make during gear shift LOL..

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