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Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Jan 28, 2013.
Why make the image smaller?
This is proper size.
Hmm, and I got all my posts deleted for talking about derbies and strength/design od the frame with the Bluebuck. And here we are talking about busses.
Well, I say, not a lick of discrimination going on here, right fellas?
may be a forum bug, or a rather annoyed moderator/admin. welcome to the 2018 forums.
Yeah I think it was mostly the old moderator that isn't here any longer. I just more or less want to get back to on the topic of the bluebuck as I have the thread on my watch list lol.
When is the time updated and released?
When it's finished
2199. Stop asking, it'll come when it is ready.
In the last photo with the police cars, on the road on the right side, you can see the front side of the bus.
EDIT: The photo is not the one that I'm replying to.
What i really want is a 50's/60's Cadillac- Type car (probably produced under the bruckell brand) with godzilla- sized fins.
next update is a bus
Wowee. Just wowee.
Can we just have another thread created for said " " so that we can try to keep to something that at least somewhat relates to the bluebuck?
As long as we're getting back on topic, there's an interesting phenomenon surrounding full-size American cars of roughly the same era...
Because the period of 1960-1965 saw so many small cars introduced that required all-new frames and technical innovation, the money and personnel for development largely wasn't there for the full-size cars. For example, the 1964 Impala rode on the same frame as the 1958 Impala. The available engines were almost identical save for several new displacements that were introduced as time went on.
So, what are the odds that the Bluebuck might be like the D-series - where it's based on the mechanical underpinnings of an unseen predecessor?
If we are lucky it'll not be designed based on the impala as the chevy frames were rather garbage when it comes to strength. We'd be far luckier to see something more resembling a Chrysler Imperial which saw at least 4 frame design changes throughout the 50s and 60s. All of which were extremely strong for their time. A 60s Ford or Mercury Montclair would also be a stellar base, so hopefully the frame design is strong. And hopefully we get large displacement motors that are in the same family a the Barstow engines. Like a 370 c.i. and a 400+c.i.
Back to your question, who knows? The bluebuck could very well have a long running model of 5 years but will it be a '58 to '63 model or a '61 to '66 model? Chances are it'll be a 62 to 64 model as most of gabes cars were produced for just a few years.