Dictators, despots, and overly formal millionaires. These are the types of people most often seen next to or in a 1930's Durham L-16. Powered by a massive V16 engine, as the name implies, the L-16 sends around 225 horsepower to the rear wheels, coupled to a 4-speed manual transmission. This may not sound like a lot considering it weighs over 2 tons, but in 1934, that was insane power for a road car!
Measuring at over 6 meters long, you could probably fit yourself, your entire family, and all your friends in it and still have room to lie down. Even so, the engine bay takes up almost half the length of the car. Its significant weight makes it stubborn when it comes to handling or stopping, though. Pro-tip for stopping, tap the handbrake! Careful though, so you don't lock up.
It should be noted that this is not an easy car to drive. It's very old, very big, very heavy, and the brakes are terrible. It's been tuned to be period correct, meaning it will not handle at all like a modern car. That being said, it's very fun! And to add to that, it makes you feel like a king, rolling up in a huge chrome-filled barge with a deep rumbly enigne.
- Possible headlight issue? I think a material is assigned wrong.
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