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What should AMM's Australian cars be called?

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  2. Beaufort

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  1. TubroTerra

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    Autobello (Part 1 of the story)

    'Cheap stuff and terrible problems'

    It a...
    Italian Automaker who makes cheap car's

    Sells:Worldwide expect for N/A

    History Chapter 1:Who started Autobello?
    Vincenzo Bello was born in March 16th 1900 at town of Fastello,Italy he grew up with poor town of Fastello which had 100 people at time at a young age he wondered about something called the 'Automobile'
    But at the it was only for rich. He Wanted to change it all so thus he joined a small startup automaker named 'Gavril Italy' but he didn't realize is it was subdivision of Gavril,Soon however he had enough money to start his ony company 'Fastello Motors' naming it after his town of birth.
    His first car,The Fastello Type 1 was huge success,in just 5 years he sold 1.2 Millon Fastello's and Fastello Automobile grew to biggest automaker in Italy.
    However it 1934 italy leader Benito Mussolini wanted a cheap mass market Air-cooled Rear Engine hatchback that also need to less then 1000cc which hold up to 5 People.
    Vincenzo Bello was major supporter of Mussolini he was one that helped to bring Mussolini to power,so he was supported of it,he even joined the Party soon afterwards he designed a prototype called the Fastello Urango,thus he was chosen as leader and head of the project by 1936 the factory had started making car's more then 40,000 were soled before WW2 Started during WW2 fastello made tanks.
    by 1943 Vincenzo Bello was caputered by British Soldiers he was taken to court when the war ended.

    Chapter 2 Defeat
    After WW2 Italy was destroyed,Norte was gone in fact over 5% of italy was gone everything he made was gone Fastello was dissolved in 1946 due to working with Mussolini regime,in 16th of march 1946 he was sent to trail for his crime's
    after that he started a new shop called V-A,when he came back his town was destroyed and everything around it WW2 was huge defeat to him however soon he wanted to rebuild italy and make a cheap car for mass market to help to rebuild italy after WW2.
     
  2. MrAnnoyingDude

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    The Piccolina likely doesn't have the same origins as the Beetle, since its production started 12 years after the Second World War.
     
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  3. GotNoSable!

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    nice beetle ripoff
     
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  4. TubroTerra

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    Fine it just a beetle knockoff,but all of you have posted knockoff brands also it somewhat different beasuce the company is dissolved the picclocia shares nothing with 'Urango'
     
  5. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Well, maybe that could work.

    But Fastello doesn't seem like the sort of big industrial hub that could house a major automaker, and cars don't exit production just like that.
    If there was demand, there would be production - look at all the postcommunist cars.
     
  6. TubroTerra

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    My idea is Fastello would be large city before WW2 and 'Urango' would be made until 1951 when the Autobello 100 was launched.
     
  7. SuperAusten64

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    Did anyone ever tell you guys “less is more?”
     
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  8. MrAnnoyingDude

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    On the topic of originality, here are some Gabe quotes:
    The now-gone Moonhawk thread also mentioned the Chevelle as an inspiration.
     
  9. GotNoSable!

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    "A bit like" =/= "Solely based on."
    "Same size" =/= "Solely based on."
     
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  10. MrAnnoyingDude

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    "Will basically be".
     
  11. GotNoSable!

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    Thus why I didn't quote the Hopper genius.
     
  12. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    There's no direct copy of real life vehicles in game. That said, inspiration in most cases is pretty obvious, often mixed with elements from other contemporary vehicles or concepts just in order to move away from direct copies.
     
  13. CaptainZoll

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    got bored. drew up my headcanon for a couple of early hirochi cars. (they have a list of cars which they're sort of inspired by beside them, both mechanically, and styling, as well as a short technical description.)
    hirochihistory.png
     
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  14. bwc1976

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    Awesome, this is what I love to see! More fleshing out of the histories and lineups of the already-established companies in the game, rather than going off on tangents with additional companies.
     
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  15. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Now that Cherrier's here, we will probably discuss it.

    My theory is that it's a midrange brand, positioned around the territory of RL Volkswagen, which is indicated by the presence of such a high-performance option as the 5-cylinder engine in a late-model car.
     
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  16. TubroTerra

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    My thinking is that Cherrier also owns other brands.
     
  17. CaptainZoll

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    made another one of those things for ibishu, currently just early (30's to 60's) history.

    also, did anyone else notice that the battery in the bluebuck's engine is nodeoline brand?
     

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  18. bwc1976

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    Nice! I can see the Miramar line going on for another generation or two (BE and BF?) until sometime in the late 70's to early 80's and then being replaced by the first front wheel drive Pessima, much like Toyota replaced the T130 Corona with the V10 Camry starting in 1984. So like one or two more Miramars and then one or two more Pessimas between the in-game Miramar and the first in-game Pessima.
     
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  19. AlpinaFlyer

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    What
     
  20. CaptainZoll

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    v10 camry.
     
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