Rally of Vintage cars organized by Times of India and Maharashtra Times, this Sunday made Nashikites enjoy their day all wrapped with magnificent reminiscences. 40 cars present in the event included cars like 1945-made Willy’s Jeep, 1953-made Austin Baby 7 and 1965-made Toyota Corona. Cars like Motor’s iconic Contessa, Volkswagen’s Microvan moving on roads after years was a striking treat to all the car lovers in Nashik.
The rally started from the Times of India office located at D’Souza Colony and passed through College road all the way to Fravashi Academy via ABB circle. All vintage vehicles were then parked on a free display at the ground of Fravashi Academy.
“It was a wonderful time spent enjoying the vintage glory. We couldn’t keep our cameras off for a second,” Pramod Patil, a College road resident, said. Participating Vintage cars were then felicitated by Ratan Luth of Fravashi Academy, president of SOMA Vineries Pradeep Pachpatil, Sahyadri Hospital’s Priti Zanwar, Apurva Dixit and TOI’s Response head Manjiri Sheikh. Commissioner of Police Ravinder Kumar Singhal also attended the function.
(IMG Source: TOI)