An exclusive exhibition of 35 vintage cars and 12 two wheelers was organized by VCCCI along with Western India Automobile Association from 21st January to 5th February 2006 at the Nehru Science Centre,Worli.

Amongst the models on display were Humber,Rolls Royce,Bentley, Studebaker,Austin,Buick,DeSoto & Packard.

The exhibition was inaugurated by Shri A.N Roy ,Commissioner of Police, Mumbai. Shri Satish Mathur,Joint Commissioner of Police- Traffic was the Guest of Honour. 1000 plus people visited the exhibition.

The Annual VCCCI Vintage Car Fiesta was held on 26th February 2006.The rally attracted entries from all over India and around 125 Vintage Vehicles participated in it.

The Fiesta began and concluded at Kala Ghoda,covering the suburbs of Mumbai enroute.The Kala Ghoda is a hub of cultural activity with institutions like the Jehangir Art Gallery, Max Mueller Bhavan, Bombay University, Prince of Wales Museum, National Gallery of Modern Art, Institute of Science, Bombay Natural History Society, Elphinstone College, and David Sassoon Library around it.

The first car to be flagged off was the 1952 Crysler Windsor, Convertible driven by Commissioner of Police ,Shri A N Roy ,followed by Shri Javed Ahmed ,Inspector General of Police in another Vintage.

In the motorcycles segment,the oldest was a 1911 Triumph owned by Mr.Nitin Dossa .The event was sponsored by Oriental Insurance Company Limited.

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