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Discussion in 'Land' started by Ryo13silvia, May 14, 2020.
We have toog many gavrils and ibishus, in this game, not enough Burnside, or bruckells, hirochis...
My mind wasn't working fully when I was typing this.. oops
you forgot to mention Ibishu as well.
Heya guys! I made a config that looks like the legendary "Bombshell Betty" on the Salt Flats, with the bomb blower in all its glory. 1005hp, 360km/h using an I8 engine. Cool, eh?
The gauges have also received a revamp using a much simpler design that goes up to 120mph (same as the Burnside, I'm aware of that) and imo it looks pretty neat! Door panels now integrate smoothly with the dash and have a more simplistic overall design.
Whew, that was a lot.
yes, 2 is such a big number
Actually there’s 3, the piano is a Hirochi.
Although more Hirochi cars would be a nice addition to the game
looks very good, especially the gauge. mabye put some control knobs and mabye a low charge light, as these cars were most certanly 6 volt
ah, forgot about Hirochi MusicaFicta
Have you thought about some kind of sunvisor. These were very common throughout 50s
Weren't they on the Burnside to begin with?
Another thing to add right there. Fulton Visor and traffic light viewer accessory.
Searched that up, turns out it was different from what I expected. I'll give it a try! (Although it may need scratch-built jbeam)
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Offroad version "Beth Amphetamine" is now in the repertoire. Yes, it is just a lifted version. Yes, it will have 4x4 in the future.
You can also have this Mad-Max inspired postapocalypse ride. I'm going nuts with the configs, and I'm not even sorry.
I think it would be also cool to make 6-cylinder versions of the 300 and 400, for more budget-minded buyers.
Offroad version "Beth Amphedamine" is now in the repertoire. Yes, it is just a lifted version. Yes, it will have 4x4 in the future.
Exactly, hence "300". I'm thinking of 300 = I6, 400 = I8 and 500 = V8 models.
I don't think a company would have an I8 and a V8 at the same time.
It'd be more cost-effective to make both of the cars V8 and use the marketing advantage of a V8, while needing just one engine plant.
Welp, the V8 is gonna be aftermarket then. What should the 500 be?
Just an I8.
It's an early 50s car, no reason to go crazy with the choices.
I'm gonna try and hit a record config number with this car, nothing can stop me
Focus on stuff that was realistic - various fleet cars (taxi, police, military), cars in various stages of wear, hot rods...