Vintage Car Show in Lavasa, Pune sees cars from 1930s to 1970s era
About 50 kms from Pune, Lavasa was host to a Vintage Car Show today. Organized by Indian Automotive Racing Club (IARC), the event gave car aficionados a platform to gather and witness the old world charm of these timeless classics.
Heads turned in admiration as a bevy of sizzling vintage cars from Mumbai made their way up to Lavasa, the hill city. After reaching Lavasa, the cavalcade traversed through some of the scenic locations before finally cooling down at the Lavasa International Convention Centre (LICC) with the picturesque Dasve lake and residential apartments in the background.
Some of the cars showcased by their owners included the Mercedes 250 (1966), Cadillac Series 62 (1951), Studebaker Champion (1947), Saab 96 (1963), Dodge Suburban (1957), the historic Volkswagen Tempo (Kubelwagen) (1939), Lancia Racer (1932), Volkswagen Beetle(1963), Chevrolet Impala (1957) and the Triumph Herald (1970) amongst many others.
The car show drew passionate heritage motorists to Lavasa. The oldest car at the event was Lancia Racer (1932). The guests were also entertained with an excellent performance by the jazz band at the lakeside promenade.