Wednesday, 11 May 2011

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There was Roll OF of 1936, Austin 10 of 1941, a Jeep of 1942, Humber Pullman of 1949, Chevrolet of 1950, Willys Jeep of 1952, Austin Princess of 1958 and Fiat of 1959. A Mazda of 1970 was the `youngest’ vehicle attractive piece in the public meeting that was part of the ongoing Lahore Shopping fair. The rally in progress from the parking spot of Liberty bazaar and culminated in face of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry building after passing through Gulberg’s Main Boulevard and Jail Road.
Punjab Assembly Deputy Speaker Rana Mashhud Ahmad Khan was the captain visitor at the opening point where scores of families had gathered, with youngsters capturing the classic vehicles in their cameras, slightly delaying the start of rally.

Rana Waqas supposed on the chance the festival had given a lease of existence to the residents of the city who were looking for such good-looking function. He said the Punjab government would maintain to support all such events aimed at strengthening the economy of the countryside.

The participants were greeted throughout their route by people who had gathered along Gulberg’s major Boulevard and Jail Road in good numbers. At the culminating point, the participants were expected by the chamber officials and given shields.

Rally sponsor and Trafco Tracking Chief director Tahir Malik tell Dawn the event would be an yearly feature of Lahore. “The response of Lahorites was tremendous and encouraging. We will assemble Vintage Car Rally in March after that year,” he said.

“Owned by the family of Nawab of Bahawalpur, the Austin Prince of 1958 representation was worn by Queen Elizabeth during her maiden trip to Pakistan in February 1960,” said Malik.


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