By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, April 30 (Reuters) - Ajay Arora has dreamed of owning an Ambassador car ever since he backed his father's into the garage wall when he was eight years old. Earlier this month, Arora bought one of his own, white like the one he crashed 30 years ago. "It's like getting your first love back," said Arora, a wealthy Indian who owns a print shop in Mumbai. The Ambassador, with its rounded contours and distinct humped shape, has been an icon on the dusty roads of ...
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