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Amaterasu Automotive

Discussion in 'Automation' started by A Sawblade Dude, Aug 17, 2019.

  1. A Sawblade Dude

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    A good comparison between the Amaterasu M50 and M60.
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    I feel like I carried some similarities over from the M50 into the M60 and I'm super happy with the result. At some point this weekend I'll be giving you guys the specs on the M60, I'm just super tired at the moment and would rather not. :p
     
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  2. TubroTerra

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    They Look Very different but the same idea.
    Also Very Nice Car!
     
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  3. A Sawblade Dude

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    Thanks man!
     
  4. TubroTerra

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    Here is my car info/backstory :)
    sorry if kinda short for now I still to get the other trims done :(
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    Hankida Utah
    In 1962 Hankida wanted to Join The US Market So they went to work on The Utah The largest Japanese made car ever.
    They Went to On A V8 That Could make 190HP And 210 lb-ft.
    They showed the engine at 1963 Detroit Motor Show it very US Like with everything all USA.
    The Final Prototype was showen at 1966 New york Motor Show.
    it went to become a huge flop,only 5,000 were made
    That about it. :(
     
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  5. A Sawblade Dude

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    Interesting. The exterior design is pretty cool honestly. I guess it was a flop because no one could build a large V8 powered sedan like America could?
     
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    Yup Hankida had no experience making V8s.
     
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  7. A Sawblade Dude

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    Most likely ouldn't crank the essential HP and Torque figures people in the US Domestic Market would be craving? haha
    That's a cool backstory
     
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    Thank you so much :D
    By the way my thread is very dead.
    due to fact no one cares about some of my stuff anymore.
    sorry to annoy you
     
  9. A Sawblade Dude

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    It's all good. I usually don't get comments anyways other than a few select individuals.
     
  10. TubroTerra

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    Thanks :)
     
  11. A Sawblade Dude

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    I've updated my first post to no only include the M60 Maxim, but also the Marquis and Monarch since I finished them both as well.
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    I've also gone ahead and changed the screenshots. I think the new ones look much better.
     
  12. Kueso

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    might i ask, how'd u get the bodykit on all three cars? or is that just part of the body?
     
  13. A Sawblade Dude

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    Are you referring to the trim on the very bottom?
     
  14. Kueso

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    yeah
     
  15. A Sawblade Dude

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    Those are individual trim pieces that you can find under the Bumper Bar category. I usually tend to use the Bumper Bar Trim Revamp which is on the Steam Workshop.
     
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  16. Kueso

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    ahh
    that makes much more sense
    thanks for the info!
     
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  17. A Sawblade Dude

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    No problem man!
     
  18. A Sawblade Dude

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    I'm actually still hard at work on the M60. If some of you read the description and specs for the M60, you might've noticed I mentioned a facelift for it. I only have to finish up the Monarch Version II trim then it's ready for reveal. Don't expect a massive exterior design change, it will stay fairly similar.
     
  19. A Sawblade Dude

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    With the lack of decent looking sedan bodies to bridge the gap between the mid 90's to early 00's, I decided to make something different than a Sedan for now.
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    And not just a little different than a sedan, quite a bit different in fact.
     
  20. Kueso

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    hmmm
    i smell 80's sportscar
     
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