Late last year I was wondering what vehicle is criminally under represented in video games. I figured that getting some AMC's in beam would be well received. The only models that I have seen are Rebel, AMX and Javelin. The AMC Concord is a personal favorite of mine, so now I had my basis. Now obviously aside from the over priced and some would say inaccurate humster3d models there were no models for me to use. So I commissioned the models through fiverr. The models I received were very accurate but just shells. Single sided models don't really work well in video games, especially in beam with its destruction physics. However the models are nice enough for me. Trying to figure out a chassis proved to be far more difficult. I wouldn't use any mod chassis because they are mostly just repurposed default jbeams. So the Moonhawk and the Barstow were strong contenders. The moonhawk has a ladder frame which isn't accurate to the original car. But the interior and engine types are perfect. The barstow is the correct chassis type, subframe and unibody but the engines and the interior are less than ideal. Since I only have a rudimentary understanding of Jbeam and blender I knew it was going to be an uphill battle. I shelved the eagle's and ported my Aries onto the LeGran chassis successfully but it was nothing more than a poor meshslap. However it did give me a basic understanding of materials and beamng's file structure. I decided to attempt to find someone to help me modify the moonhawk to be acceptable. That effort was less than successful. Than the LeGran remaster dropped which added several new parts and a rear wheel drive transfer case to it. The LeGran was a perfect size also. So I went to work and ported the sedan I had on the LeGran Chassis. While it worked and functioned correctly the body structure does not really fit my mesh. and the chassis type is completely wrong. So that is where I am currently. I have a functional but unreleasable port that I managed to pull off myself. I have found someone that is going to build the Jbeam's for me. He just needs to get his computer up and operational. I have learned a lot about modding this game and now understand the immense amount of hours that it takes to build a from scratch mod. Even doing a sloppy port takes a fair amount of time even if more advanced people can do it very quickly. I have a new found respect to all the developers and modders that build content for this game and I hope that someday I can finish this and make a legitimate piece of content that you all can enjoy. The Eagle was thought up by Bruckell Engineers in the mid 1970's as a competitor to Ibishu's small to medium car offerings that were beginning to encroach on the North American car market. Originally the car was only offered as a 2wd. 4x4 was offered on the "Limited" trims later and eventually was the only drivetrain available. A 4 cylinder and a I6 were offered. A special order V8 version called the Scamp was produced but rarely ordered and is highly sought after. The Scamp was never offered with the 4x4. Four body offerings were available. Sedan: 227 thousand units during whole run Station Wagon: 376 thousand units Sport back: 110 thousand units Kammback: 37 thousand units Despite being the cheapest domestic offering in the US sales were far shorter than expected. The car was considered to be out of style compared to the sportier and more reliable Japanese offerings. Bruckell was forced to ask the US for a bailout in the early eighties. The money was used to develop the far more popular LeGran and Satyr marquee.