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Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Jan 28, 2013.
Platform dates back to 1926, sorry.
X-frame was from ‘58.
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haha thats really funny, btw, i was looking at beamng stuff and i went into gavril section and saw a car called gavril beaufort? Can anybody inform me?
Huh? xd were?
GaGa BuBu sounds like baby babble.
Oh yeah, ''It is also worth noting that a seventies full-size sedan by the name of Beaufort was planned at one time, but it is unknown if it has ever entered development or will even be released under the Gavril brand.''
There is this post by gabester.
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I also have a question, are we going to see a wagon version?
Official? Probably not.
Mod? Almost certainly.
A wagon Bluebuck would be awesome, but sadly no cars officially have true alternative body styles
It sure would be nice if they did, but I’m almost certain that we’ll get an unofficial Bluebuck wagon, as @MrAnnoyingDude said. I mean, how cool would that be?
It’s interesting that there are technically no alternative official body styles, but then you also have things like the LeGran coupe, which was made by Synsol. Unofficially official body style, maybe?
RIP the people who replied on the first page (expect for gabester of course) last online 2013
It certainly will be a mod, but I don't think mods should be a stand in for official content. Years ago when I asked about the lack of passenger car varients Gabe responded that it's a lot of work for vehicles that don't drive much different. IMO, regardless of how similar they drive it would add a lot for customization. And as I keep saying lately, this game really needs to have more car culture in it's content.
As for Synsol, he has a couple of really great mods. A few of his I would love to see in game, as well as Nadeox's VR city with lightrunner textures.
That's pretty much what the Bluebuck is, an updated Burnside. In real life, both cars would represent two successive generations of the GM B-body large sedans.
There would probably be an in-between, but true.
I don't consider the model years listed in the game to be necessarily accurate - the Burnside, for instance, probably would have had a much longer production run than is listed.