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Well that was fast
I'm sure this idea has never been done before.
It's been a while, hasn't it?
The Roamer isn't based on anything in particular, but it's closest to the Ford Expedition, Chevy Tahoe, and GMC Yukon in terms of its class. The...
The Roamer is hard to flip because cars tend to be somewhat difficult to flip. The first/second gen Explorer was a bit of an exception due to the...
Are you sure those aren't from a mod?
Has anyone noticed this yet?
I found this in the H-Series' mesh. Each piece is named "van_cargobox_slidingdoor_(number)".
That is a problem on your end, you may want to do a fresh reinstallation.
I feel like there is definitely a mod that already does this, but I'm too lazy to look for it and changing 5 letters in the jbeam is way easier.
Hello all! Since I am competing in the Modding for Dummies "Gambler" challenge, I feel it is only fitting that I actually create a mod. So, I...
That's probably due to the Piccolina simulating a single piston brake master cylinder.
I feel like this has been brought up before, but the Burnside has problems with its headlights. When the headlights are turned on (either normally...
I stand corrected, but I still think that the class listed in the vehicle selector is what the car would've been considered in its time instead of...
I feel like the class is what it would have been marketed as, since fullsize isn't actually an official class of vehicle (it's just a marketing...
Is it just me, or is it kind of odd to anyone else that the Barstow is considered a midsize in the vehicle selector? It has a 109" wheelbase...
There are some modeled parts and lettering for a V12 variant in the files, so likely that.
When making a mod for an official car, what you should do is create a zip file with a path like "vehicles > (internal vehicle name) > (your mod's...
Even if it did have a horn, the default bindings would prevent it from being used because of the hydraulics' controls.