The 1950s through 60s was a fantastic time to be in Japan - the war had ended, and although scars were left to be seen, the country on the whole had a steadily climbing economy and increasingly advanced technology.
At the height of this beautiful era came the Ibishu Celtia.
Sharing basic components and suspension design with the Miramar, it came in a compact package with 22cm shorter wheelbase than the already small Miramar, but with a powerful carburetted I6 or a rotary engine ready to take on the mountain roads of Japan.
A particular trim called the 240BX existed : It was an affordable version of the GTz with none of the fancy trim, and was so popular that it went on to become its own model.
It also became a favourite of bosozoku and kaido racers at the time :
It even took part in what was the inspiration behind these aggressively modified cars - Group 5 Silhouette.
Media (thanks to all the content creators who make our days better!) :
- OMAME GAMES
- @D-Troxx : Wheels! All mod wheels in this car are from his almighty wheel pack. Without him, this mod wouldn't look half as good as how it is now! It is also thanks to him that I learnt to mod in the first place.
- @Logan Oram Feltham : 3D model creation, and a whole TON of ideas!
- @shantofficiel : Permission to use the WideFap name, albeit in a slightly disguised form.
- @pokidots : The wonderful air filter model for the burnout configuration!
- @Kueso : Permission to use the rotary engine from WBIMP. Go check it out if you haven't already!
- @NooKNooK272 : Exhaust models and general help! More parts by him will be jbeamed in the future.
- @OMAMEGAMES【豆】 and all the fellas in the BeamNG Japan discord server : All the fabulous ideas, and the Celtia name!
- @Yuko~chan For her absolute charm and mental support!
Missed you in credits? DM me please, I hate to forget people in credits but I'm forgetful
P.S. My beloved Russians, If you reupload this, YOU OWE ME A COFFEE. I WILL FIND YOU. AND I WILL MAKE YOU BUY ME ONE.
Beta 1963 Ibishu Celtia 0.0.1
A notchback coupé by Ibishu, based off the Miramar.