This dates back to 19th June 1998- we went to the showroom, got this car driven to our home and for the next 7 yrs it was a just a piece of decoration for our lawns. Then my sister started driving it and it got all the dents and scratches that a car on the Delhi roads should have (without which it can’t be tagged with a “Delhi car”, to hell with the number plate).
So the ac has to dismantlement from the car. And finally here I’m with this prized possession of my dad, wherever we go. Uff! Don’t ask!
You know you are having an antique savari at your place when:
1) You climb the car with all donned up and due to the killing heat you turn on the blower, and wow! The spectacular dust particles add some shimmers to you face! ( If you are really fair, turn on the blower and voila! You get the dusky look, that’s just so “in” these days’ in just a few seconds without spending anything!)
2) Even going for a 10 km drive, you have to get your royal carriage have a trip to the service station, after all you never know when it gets tired!
3)You have to spend a huge fortune to get your car fixed up. And the huge fortune means amount that is probably much more higher than the current market price of the car.
Anyway, there is no way that we can get rid of this car. My dad loves it, and yes may be, I love it too.