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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 0xsergy, Aug 4, 2013.
An untactical pigeon in the Unicorn Vomit Camouflage colours of JRI's special forces
Is that gonna be a mod?
perfectly normal 11
What do you mean? There is no pigeon in that picture...
Hopper spawned wrong way in traffic and rammed into house
still questioning how it happened
Needs some repairs
real tired hours
As a private importer i have seen a lot of cars pass by my shop in my time.
but nothing has ever come close to the charm in this lil 1986 Ibishu Covet ZSi I-AWD
The scooped hood, the color matched white rims, the 80's factory graphics all do it for me. It boasts its supercharger. It boasts its AWD. It doesnt care that it's a Covet, and it truly doesn't feel like one.
It even is optioned with the rare Passion Red cloth interior.
The ZSi was only produced for 2 years, and for the Japanese domestic market only. About 3000 were produced, with very few in this exact spec.
This is a homoligation car slotted to only be made in 505 units, but they sold so well Ibishu extended production for 1 more year and 2500 more units.
The result was a 1 ton pocket rocket. With a 0-60 of 4.98 seconds in the manual, and around 5.2 in the auto, this Covet is no slouch.
The secret to its insane acceleration was a combination of things:
-Its 5-speed manual and 4-speed auto were specially tuned with higher gear ratios for improved acceleration
-Ibishu's I-AWD system, which was the predecessor of the 1989 Pessima AWD
-172 Torque and HP peaking at 5600 RPM's at the same time
Overall, this awesome car needs no introduction- just get in and drive it and you will see why this car is some of the best Japanese engineering ever.
Personally I like the zsi but i didn't know it had a awd version
(new update coming?!?!?!nice)
This man made the pigeon even better
xoxoxo proper tuning
Yes it sort of works with the ETK 800 sedan mod please stop asking me about that
Fixed version can be found here
What have you DONE!!
(Click the pic, it's a GIF)
Retro Restorations USA
August 2006 Issue 8 - Vol. 12
1988 Gavril D-Series RS500 'Whirlwind'
The RS500 'Whirlwind' Edition was the ultimate
sports truck of the 1980's. Low weight over the
rear wheels and mindblowing power made this vehicle
a real handful to control, and due to increasing
safety concerns and regulations the RS500 Whirlwind
was discontinued in 1990. This rare find was one
of only 12 painted in 'Forest Green' and is
presumed to be the last surviving example.
1954 Burnside 'Super' Special (4 Door)
The Burnside 'Super' Special was unmatched in
terms of luxury and power back in 1954. Believed
to only ever be sold as 2-door coupes this 4-door
example is presumed to be the only one of it's
kind. VIN tags and documentation confirm this is
the real deal. Custom ordered by a Burnside executive
this vehicle is a one of a kind.
(Excuse the poor quality lighting, BeamNG isn't the best in low-light situations)
All right kids, time for lunch!
Now, who wants a Miramar sandwich?
"Riders on the storm
Riders on the storm
Into this house we're born
Into this world we're thrown
Like a dog without a bone
An actor out on loan
Riders on the storm..."
(next day, noon) All right kids, lunch time!
Now, who wants a nice big glass of orange (Covet) juice?
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Man gets into Burnside taxi, says: "Hey the 50s called, they want your car back."
The taxi driver proceeds to drive the man to where he needs to go.
At the end of the ride, the driver says: "That will be $100 please."
And the man had to pay because you can't just walk away.
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(I turned shadows on; my computer hates me because I don't have a flipping graphics card)