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Automation Cars you're preparing to port to BeamNG

Discussion in 'Automation' started by Xelerate, Jun 16, 2018.

  1. iplaybeam

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  2. stephen f

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    More town and country but yeah, same thing.
     
  3. silvermanblu

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    1992 Pinnacle Ascension. An ultra luxury sedan/Limo. Unfortunately Pinnacle gambled on the Ascension and loss. The car was universally panned by critics and it pretty much sunk the brand. The car offered a 634 cubic inch V10 with 550 horsepower claimed. Hotrodders are always looking for the Ascension in scrap yards for the highly sought after V10.
     

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  4. MisterKenneth

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    Made me think of this artwork.


    I don't know who made it, but I think it's a good concept.
     
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  5. Brickturn

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    I did a bit of tinkering with the Sabre, added a bit of detail and made some minor modifcations to the original design. I think it looks a bit better. I might change the tail lights though
     

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  6. jonthefuzz

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    Here have a safe meme.
     
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  7. ktheminecraftfan

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    I think I am happy with the final product, what do you guys think about the 1976 Brown V8 with Dad package?
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  8. fufsgfen

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    Utility vehicle, like D-series, so I call it D-series, even I did choose to differ quite a bit from D-series, why to confine yourself to copying, when you can create :D
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    Front is total failure, it was much better before entering the photo mode, which caused rot to grille and lights expand a lot, so it is really poor looking now:

    Really sad about it and I have no idea how to fix, lights below main headlights are completely covered by rot:
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  9. KaiserimnopYT

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  10. Car Crusher Creative

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    Well I had a feeling there would be a chat for this, therefor I shall share 6 vehicles that could take some criticism. My company is Decker if you are unaware.
    In the order shown we have: 1981 Decker Cubie, 2012 Decker Apex, 1988 Decker Avion, 1965 Decker Woodpecker, 1972 Decker Sakura, and 1955 Decker Cheetah. I agree the Cheetah does sit high but I am not capable of changing that as its as low as it can go.
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    Sabre looks sweet, keep the taillights. I am digging those the most.
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    I am seeing some sweet cars here, like cars from @falcon xr8 @Marcus_gt500 @Godzilla! @FluffyOreoCX and @BombBoy4 . Dont be sad, I am sure I missed some great automobile manufacturers.
     

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  11. Peter Beamo

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    1995 Chevril Imperior
    Nice and unstable V8 (lol). Luxury interior ,exterior. Standard safety. Well. It has lots of things 90s cars have! and it'sthe luxury sedan.
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  12. Jaime Palmer

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    Hello guys!, I don't have Automation and I'm not sure If I want it, because, I don't want to be offensive so please don't get me wrong, for sure you have put a lot of effort and passion but I have the feeling that the cars from automation are a bit like CARS the pixar movie, isn't it? They just don't look realistic.
    Also they look a solid body, so How beam ng will make this to work?
    Do you know if in the future that issue it will be improved? the rest of the game it looks very interesting. Thanks!
     
  13. Dealercrash

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    agree .
     
  14. fufsgfen

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    Try here:
    https://www.beamng.com/threads/announcing-automation-beamng-drive-collaboration.55420/
     
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  15. Sylveon2

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    Here's something I spend the lest few hours one making:

    Civetta Corvette

    0-100: 2.3 seconds
    Top Speed: 510 KM/h
    Weight: 2.5 Tons
    Power: 2389 hp
    Price: $314,207

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  16. alex hart

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    A little something I've been working on, I've been more focussed on building it for the powerful i4 inside, but the car looking nice is a bonus .
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  17. CrashyJames

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    Okay, maybe I lied about the second last post. But speaking of cars:
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    This is a car my mom made. It is basically a commercial for cars not to do drugs. And yes some of my cars do look like they are from the movie. Especially this one:
     
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  18. Sunset Drive

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    And nobody's gonna question the METRIC TON OF BREAST.
     
  19. KuchenVier

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    Because Brazil.
    (ok i'm joking)
     
  20. CrashTester

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    I've been preparing a whole series of Bruckrells:
    1946 Buckrell Swift Mk.I I6 Low:
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    1946 Buckrell Swift Mk.I I6 High:
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    1946 Buckrell Swift Mk.I V8 Low:
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    1946 Buckrell Swift Mk.I V8 High:
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    +Estate / wagon variants

    1955 Buckrell Skybird, Manual + Automatic: (grill doesn't show in photo mode)
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    1960 Buckrell Swift Mk.II:
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    What d'yall think so far?
     
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