Ambassador of Good Wheel
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I had never taken a ride on one. My backpacking travels and interest in rural village life don't frequently intersect with fortune, power or with an owner of such a curvy white classic.
In some places around India Ambassadors are used as a tourist agency limo or even as upscale taxis. My choice are the budget tariff auto-rickshaw or government bus.
Back to the voice... A. Jai Harlan Pappou proudly owns his since 1996. Actually his retired father bought it back then from it's original owner, a hotel business man in Chennai.
My India: Where every village is home - Experience !
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In the story Ambassador of Good Wheel.
Also by Etan Doronne
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