Ambassador of Good Wheel
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A voice from behind said “Hello, this is my car and I maintain it myself” as I was framing the mythical Indian luxury car's behind into my camera's view finder. It was both the 'No hand sign' and 'Power break' anachronistic emblems on the trunk lead that drew my attention.
Ambassador, an automotive dinosaur of British heritage, symbolized status within Indian society ever since.... oh.. well ever since this car was invented. Nowadays politician and the rich had shifted to Japanese SUV's and one of the last traces of colonialism on Indian roads dwindles down.
My India: Where every village is home - Experience !
Tags: Ambassador Isuzu Hindustan HM, Tamil Nadu India, retro car, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, My india experience, foreigner village documentary, www.myindiaexperience.com, Ambassador of good wheel, Ambi Nova mark isz, no hand signal
In the story Ambassador of Good Wheel.
Also by Etan Doronne
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