Monday, June 15, 2009

Bring on the BLING!

An international beauty that has stood the test of time - The Fiat 1100 D, locally called the Premier Padmini was a workhorse of three decades for the closed-doors India.
A car that used to be just as popular as disco dancing and driven by beautiful women and race enthusiasts alike, the Padmini was everywhere - just like golden tightpants, afro hairstyle, and large buckled belts.
What a shame then that our idea of fashion has come to white muslin and button-fly jeans. What a shame that there is no color anymore.
At least I have a car to match my taste of music. I have red seats and a dynamo.
Disco dance, ladies?


Deepa said...

Seriously I really like a bit of out of usual esp since ppl these days wants to blend in rather than stand out :)

usha said...

to tell you the truth, while u were talking of renovating it with some bling elements, i almost half expected it to be something to the tune of

remember, manish arora's car fashioning?

thank goodness, the only similarity is the red seat cover!

i-me-myself said...

Bala, never thought I'd find you in the blog world :) your id gave you away. Had seen the same id for Rammu's wedding pics. Thanks for the pics too. Specially some of my baby boy.

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