My friend boasted that one time while walking down this street downtown, she experienced being in the presence of classic cars which were in some sort of parade. She was amazed and in awe at how the classic vehicles looked.
There could be quite a number of people from Mumbai, India who could also felt the same way that she did. See, just last Sunday, a pack of vintage vehicles were seen driving through the city’s streets. This would be part of the Haig-VCCCI Vintage Car and Motor Cycle Fiesta which is in its 21st year. The Vintage and Classic Car Club of India (also known as VCCCI) is behind this event and it has gotten some help from the Western India Automobile Association as well as from the Mumbai Traffic Police.
It is very unlikely that a Chevy Nova was part of the pack but the organizers have disclosed that there were classic vehicles all throughout the history of the automobile industry. Some of the cars were produced even before the 1940s. There were Bentleys, Lamborghinis, Range Rovers, Mercedes units, Porsches, Audis and Ferraris.
Nitin Dosa is the head of the events and is a member of the VCCCI. Dosa disclosed, “We have received more than two hundred entries and it’s an Indian record. You can expect in the future a few more rallies. We are coming out with an International Rally next year and it will be good.”