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Car show a success

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

THE Fiji Car Club is happy with the success of its car show which was held on Sunday in Suva.

Forty-five cars took part and club president Raizal Haniff said they were impressed with the turnout in the day-long event.

"It was a very successful event. Close to 500 spectators attended and 45 cars took part," he said.

"It's very encouraging for Fiji Car Club to see large amount of spectators turning up for the first car show of the year.

"We will be holding one more event before end of year. We would like to thank Cheaper Rentals and LB Masters for the sponsorship."

Category winners

Best bike - Hyaboza owned by Rajat Maharaj, Best SUV- owned by Abdul Rahim, Best Sound Setup - Raynil Pal (FZ.057), Sound Off - Sandeep Prakash (Blax), Peoples Choice - Raynil Pal (FZ.057), Best Ute - Ron Lal (HG.578), Best Engine Bay - Navneel Sharma (STI), Presidents Award - Imtiaz Ali (KIPH8N), Best Interior - Vicky Nath (BT.070), Best Drag Car - Vicky Nath (1BAD7), Best Golden Oldie - OldGold (Errol), Best Restoration - AL 150, Best Exterior - Richie Lal (EV.872), Best Presentation - Navneel Sharma (STI), Best Dressed - Navneel Sharma (EV.872), Best Family Car - Melvin (MR.007)








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