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  1. A Sawblade Dude

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    This thread will be used for any and all vehicles I've made in Automation under the Crown Automotive Company badge, or just Crown for short.




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    Meet the 1985 Crown Comm, available as a 5 or 3-Door Hatchback, 5 or 3-Door Wagon, 3-Door Van, 4-Door Sedan, or 2-Door Coupe. It can be purchased in various levels of trim, which include the Baseline, Luxe, Sport, Turbo, or Turbo-S.

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    Weighing in at a respectable 1964 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable ride, while also offering nimble handling thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop in a flash with vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and solid disk, 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely front mounted I4 putting the power down to the front wheels. The aluminum block 1.6L offers great performance and reliability while retaining impressive fuel economy. Making 104 hp @ 6400 RPM and 105 lb-ft of torque @ 3800 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V DOHC aluminum head, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, tubular exhaust manifold, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic, and a simple, yet comfortable interior. All forms of in car entertainment are available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Comm is affordable too, and can be purchased for a base price of only $10,479.00.
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    Weighing in at 2198 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable and luxurious ride, thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, softer struts, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop quickly with vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and solid disk, 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely front mounted I4 putting the power down to the front wheels. The aluminum block 1.6L offers great performance and reliability while retaining impressive fuel economy. Making 104 hp @ 6400 RPM and 105 lb-ft of torque @ 3800 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V DOHC aluminum head, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, tubular exhaust manifold, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find a 4-speed automatic, and a very comfortable interior. All forms of in car entertainment are available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both standard, as well as air conditioning. The Luxe can be purchased for a base price of $14,748.00.
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    Weighing in at a 2138 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable ride, while also offering great offroad capability thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, lifted struts, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop quickly with vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and solid disk, 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely front mounted I4 putting the power down to the front wheels. The aluminum block 1.6L offers great performance and reliability while retaining impressive fuel economy. Making 104 hp @ 6400 RPM and 105 lb-ft of torque @ 3800 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V DOHC aluminum head, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, tubular exhaust manifold, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find a 5-speed manual, and a very basic, yet comfortable interior. All forms of in car entertainment are available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Country can be purchased for a base price of $11,877.00.
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    Weighing in at 2056 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers great handling thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, slightly stiffer struts, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop quickly with vented disks all around, 3 piston calipers on the front, 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely front mounted I4 putting the power down to the front wheels. The aluminum block 1.6L offers great performance and reliability while retaining impressive fuel economy. Making 124 hp @ 6900 RPM and 108 lb-ft of torque @ 5100 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V DOHC aluminum head, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, high flow intake, tubular exhaust manifold, larger diameter exhaust, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find either a 5-speed manual,or a 4-speed automatic, and a sporty interior. All forms of in car entertainment are available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Sport can be purchased for a base price of $14,910.00.
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    Weighing in at 2155 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a tight ride, while also offering nimble handling thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, stiffer struts, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop quickly with larger vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely front mounted turbocharged I4 putting the power down to the front wheels. The aluminum block 1.6L offers a great kick with the addition of a turbo. Making 158 hp @ 6800 RPM and 149 lb-ft of torque @ 4100 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V DOHC aluminum head, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, ball bearing turbo, larger exhaust, and high flow 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find only a 5-speed manual. Improved driver and passenger seats, and an improved dash readout are two significant changes to the interior. Safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Turbo can be purchased for a base price of $13,535.00.
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    Weighing in at 2068 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a tight ride, while also offering nimble handling thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, stiffer and lower struts, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop quickly with larger vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely front mounted turbocharged I4 putting the power down to the front wheels. The aluminum block 1.6L offers a great kick with the addition of a turbo. Making 179 hp @ 7000 RPM and 145 lb-ft of torque @ 5600 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V DOHC aluminum head, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, larger ball bearing turbo, large diameter exhaust, and high flow 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find only a 5-speed manual. Bucket seats up front, and an improved dash readout are two significant changes to the interior. Safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Turbo-S can be purchased for a base price of $15,104.00.

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    Meet the 1985 Crown Cardinal, available as a 5-Door Hatchback, 5-Door Wagon, 3-Door Van, 4-Door Sedan, 2-Door Coupe, 2-Door Fastback, and a 2-Door Pickup. It can be purchased in various levels of trim, such as Baseline, Luxe, GT, or GT-S

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    Weighing in at a respectable 2780 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable ride thanks to the macpherson strut suspension on the front, solid axle in the rear, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop in a jiffy with vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and solid disk, 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally front mounted V8 putting the power down to the rear wheels. The aluminum block 4.0L offers great performance and reliability while retaining great fuel economy. Making 236 hp @ 6000 RPM and 242 lb-ft of torque @ 4200 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V SOHC aluminum heads, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, tubular exhaust manifolds, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find either a 5-speed manual, or a 4-speed automatic, and a comfortable interior. All forms of in car entertainment are available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Cardinal is affordable too, and can be purchased for a base price of only $15,353.00.
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    Weighing in at 2940 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable and luxurious ride, thanks to the macpherson strut suspension on the front, solid axle in the rear, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop quickly with vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and solid disk, 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally front mounted V8 putting the power down to the rear wheels. The aluminum block 4.0L offers great performance and reliability while retaining great fuel economy. Making 236 hp @ 6000 RPM and 242 lb-ft of torque @ 4200 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V SOHC aluminum heads, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, tubular exhaust manifolds, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find a 4-speed automatic, and a very comfortable interior. All forms of in car entertainment are available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both standard, as well as air conditioning. The Luxe can be purchased for a base price of $21,322.00.
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    Weighing in at 2940 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable but nimble ride thanks to the macpherson strut suspension on the front, solid axle in the rear, stiffer springs and shocks, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop quickly with larger vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally front mounted V8 putting the power down to the rear wheels. The aluminum block 4.0L offers impressive performance for a smaller displacement V8, making 304 hp @ 6000 RPM and 280 lb-ft of torque @ 4800 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 32V SOHC aluminum heads, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, long tubular exhaust manifolds, and high flow 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find only a 5-speed manual, bucket seats in the front, and an advanced digital dash. All forms of in car entertainment are still available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The GT-S can be purchased for a base price of $21,322.00
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    Weighing in at 2950 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable but nimble ride thanks to the macpherson strut suspension on the front, solid axle in the rear, stiffer springs and shocks, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop quickly with larger vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally front mounted V8 putting the power down to the rear wheels. The aluminum block 4.0L offers impressive performance for a smaller displacement V8, making 317 hp @ 6400 RPM and 280 lb-ft of torque @ 4800 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 32V SOHC aluminum heads, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection in a twin configuration, long tubular exhaust manifolds, and high flow 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find only a 5-speed manual, bucket seats in the front, and an advanced digital dash. All forms of in car entertainment are still available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The GT-S can be purchased for a base price of $21,612.00

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    Meet the 1985 Crown Cross, which is only available as a 3-Door Liftback. It can, however, be purchased in various levels of trim, which include the Baseline, Ralli, Ralli-S, or Ralli-X.

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    Weighing in at a respectable 2834 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable but nimble ride thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, an advanced all wheel drive system, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop quickly with vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally front mounted V8 putting the power down to all four wheels. The aluminum block 4.0L offers great performance and reliability while retaining great fuel economy. Making 236 hp @ 6000 RPM and 242 lb-ft of torque @ 4200 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V SOHC aluminum heads, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, tubular exhaust manifolds, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find either only a 5-speed manual, and a comfortable interior. All forms of in car entertainment are still available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Cross is affordable too, and can be purchased for a base price of only $18,913.00
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    Weighing in at 3091 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a tight ride, while retaining some comfort thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, stiffer struts, an advanced all wheel drive system, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop even faster with larger vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally front mounted V8 putting the power down to all four wheels. The aluminum block 4.0L offers impressive performance for a smaller displacement V8, making 317 hp @ 6400 RPM and 280 lb-ft of torque @ 4800 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 32V SOHC aluminum heads, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection in a twin configuration, long tubular exhaust manifolds, and high flow 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find either only a 5-speed manual, bucket seats in the front, and an advanced digital dash. All forms of in car entertainment are still available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Ralli-X can be purchased for a base price of only $23,755.00




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    Meet the 1995 Crown Comm, available as a 5 or 3-Door Hatchback, 5-Door Wagon, 3-Door Van, 4-Door Sedan, or 2-Door Coupe, and 2-Door Convertible. It can be purchased in various levels of trim, which include the Baseline, Comfort, Sport, Turbo, Turbo-S, or SVD.

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    Weighing in at a respectable 2134 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable ride, while also offering nimble handling thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop in a flash with vented disks all around, 3 piston calipers on the front, and 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely front mounted I4 putting the power down to the front wheels. The aluminum block 1.6L offers great performance and reliability while retaining impressive fuel economy. Making 109 hp @ 6600 RPM and 111 lb-ft of torque @ 3600 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 20V DOHC aluminum head, VVT, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, short cast exhaust manifold, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find either a 5-speed manual, or a 4-speed automatic, and a simple, yet comfortable interior. All forms of in car entertainment are available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Comm is affordable too, and can be purchased for a base price of only $11,475.00.
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    Weighing in at 2699 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a tight ride, while also offering nimble handling thanks to the double wishbone suspension on all four corners, stiffer and lower struts, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop in a flash with larger vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely front mounted turbocharged I4 putting the power down to all four wheels. The aluminum block 1.6L offers a great kick with the addition of a turbo. Making 206 hp @ 7500 RPM and 159 lb-ft of torque @ 5700 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 16V DOHC aluminum head, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, larger ball bearing turbo, larger exhaust, and high flow 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find a 6-speed manual. Bucket seats up front, and an improved dash readout are two significant changes to the interior. Safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Turbo-S can be purchased for a base price of $20,653.00.

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    Meet the 1995 Crown Comp, available only as a 2-Door Coupe, It can be purchased in various levels of trim, which include the Baseline, Comfort, GT, GT-S, or SVD

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    Weighing in at a respectable 2351 lbs, this is all due to a carbon fibre monocoque, and lightweight carbon fibre body panels. It offers a sporty ride with tight handling thanks to the pushrod suspension on all four corners, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop in a flash with vented disks all around, 4 piston calipers on the front, and 3 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally mid mounted V8 putting the power down to the rear wheels. The aluminum block 4.0L offers great performance and reliability while retaining impressive fuel economy. Making 316 hp @ 6500 RPM and 284 lb-ft of torque @ 5000 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 32V SOHC aluminum heads, VVT, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, tubular exhaust manifolds, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find a 6-speed manual, and an interior that's not only luxurious, but also simple. All forms of in car entertainment are available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both standard, as well as air conditioning. The Comp is surprisingly affordable, and can be purchased for a base price of only $46,564.00.
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    Weighing in at 2769 lbs, this is all due to a carbon fibre monocoque, and lightweight carbon fibre body panels. It offers a stiff ride, but incredible handling thanks to the pushrod suspension on all four corners, lower and stiffer coilovers, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop in a flash with larger vented disks all around, 4 piston calipers on the front, and 3 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally mid mounted V10 developed by the SVD team putting the power down to the rear wheels. The aluminum block 5.5L offers unparalleled performance, making 600 hp @ 7400 RPM and 447 lb-ft of torque @ 6400 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 50V DOHC aluminum heads, VVT, forged internals, twin multi point electronic fuel injection, race tubular exhaust manifolds, and high flow 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find a 6-speed manual, and a handmade interior that's not only luxurious, but also gives you any information you need to know about the car thanks to a high-tech electronic display. A top of the line CD player and improved speaker setups are standard, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering, ABS, and traction control are both standard, as well as air conditioning. The SVD is worth every penny, and can be purchased for a base price of $59,121.00.

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    Meet the 1995 Crown Cardinal, available as a 5-Door Hatchback, 2-Door Coupe, and 2-Door Convertible. It can be purchased in various levels of trim, such as Baseline, Comfort, GT, GT-S, or SVD.

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    Weighing in at 3403 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a comfortable ride thanks to the macpherson strut suspension on the front, solid axle in the rear, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop in quickly with vented disk, 3 piston calipers on the front, and solid disk, 2 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally front mounted V6 putting the power down to the rear wheels. The aluminum block 3.5L offers great performance and reliability while retaining great fuel economy. Making 278 hp @ 7000 RPM and 257 lb-ft of torque @ 4700 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 30V DOHC aluminum heads, forged internals, multi point electronic fuel injection, tubular exhaust manifolds, and 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find either a 5-speed manual, or a 4-speed automatic, and a comfortable interior. All forms of in car entertainment are available, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering and ABS are both optional, as well as air conditioning. The Cardinal is affordable too, and can be purchased for a base price of only $18,714.00.
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    Weighing in at 4124 lbs, this is all due to a galvanized steel monocoque, and lightweight aluminum body panels. It offers a stiff ride, but incredible handling thanks to the macpherson strut suspension on the front, solid axle in the rear, lower and stiffer coilovers, and a geared limited slip differential. You'll stop in a flash with larger vented disks all around, 4 piston calipers on the front, and 3 piston calipers on the rear.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a longitudinally front mounted V10 developed by the SVD team putting the power down to the rear wheels. The aluminum block 5.5L offers unparalleled performance, making 600 hp @ 7400 RPM and 447 lb-ft of torque @ 6400 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 50V DOHC aluminum heads, VVT, forged internals, twin multi point electronic fuel injection, race tubular exhaust manifolds, and high flow 3-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find a 6-speed manual, and a handmade interior that's not only luxurious, but also gives you any information you need to know about the car thanks to a high-tech electronic display. A top of the line CD player and improved speaker setups are standard, and safety won't be an issue thanks to airbags placed in strategic locations throughout the inside of the vehicle. Power steering, ABS, and traction control are both standard, as well as air conditioning. The SVD is worth every penny, and can be purchased for a base price of $50,280.00.




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    Meet the 2020 Crown Comp Prototype, available only as a 2-Door Coupe, It will be available in various levels of trim, which include the Baseline, Comfort, GT, GT-S, SVD, or SVD Longtail.

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    Weighing in at 3277 lbs, this is all due to a carbon fibre monocoque, and lightweight carbon fibre body panels. It offers a stiff ride, but incredible handling thanks to the pushrod suspension on all four corners, active sport springs, semi active dampers, passive swaybars, and an electric limited slip differential. You'll stop in a flash with large vented disks all around, 6 piston calipers on the front, and 4 piston calipers on the rear. Grip won't be an issue with sports compound tires on all four corners, which include 325s on the front, and 335s on the rear wrapped around the 20 inch rims.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely mid mounted V8 developed by Crown putting the power down to all four wheels. The magnesium block 4.0L offers impressive performance, making 450 hp @ 8000 RPM and 333 lb-ft of torque @ 6500 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 40V DOHC aluminum / silicon heads, VVT, billet steel crankshaft, lightweight titanium connecting rods, lightweight forged pistons, direct injection per cylinder in a performance configuration, large diameter exhaust, and high flow three-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find a 7 speed dual clutch transmission, and a premium interior offering comfort and luxury. You'll have any important information you need to know about the car thanks to a high-tech electronic display. A top of the line infotainment system is equipped as standard. Safety Was a top priority for the team, and they achieved this through a roll cage integrated into the carbon fibre monocogue. Variable electric steering, top of the line ESC, and launch control are all standard. The '20 Comp is still under development, but the estimated price to purchase this hardcore track weapon is approximately $503,245.00.
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    Weighing in at 3277 lbs, this is all due to a carbon fibre monocoque, and lightweight carbon fibre body panels. It offers a stiff ride, but incredible handling thanks to the pushrod suspension on all four corners, active sport springs, semi active dampers, passive swaybars, and an electric limited slip differential. You'll stop in a flash with large carbon ceramic disks all around, 6 piston calipers on the front, and 4 piston calipers on the rear. Grip won't be an issue with semi slick tires on all four corners, which includes 335s on the front, and 375s on the rear wrapped around the 20 inch rims.

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    Under the hood, you'll find a transversely mid mounted V10 developed by the SVD team putting the power down to all four wheels. The magnesium block 5.5L offers unparalleled performance, making 780 hp @ 8000 RPM and 628 lb-ft of torque @ 5000 RPM. This is in direct correlation to the 50V DOHC aluminum / silicon heads, VVT, billet steel crankshaft, lightweight titanium connecting rods, lightweight forged pistons, large twin ball bearing turbos, huge intercooler, direct injection per cylinder in a race configuration, large diameter exhaust, and high flow three-way catalytic converter.

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    On the inside, you'll find a 7 speed dual clutch transmission, and a stripped down interior to try and drop as much weight out as possible. You'll have any important information you need to know about the car thanks to a high-tech electronic display. A top of the line infotainment system is still equipped as standard. Safety Was a top priority for the team, and they achieved this through a roll cage integrated into the carbon fibre monocogue. Variable electric steering, top of the line ESC, and launch control are all standard. The SVD Longtail is still under development, but the estimated price to purchase this hardcore track weapon is approximately $1,550,245.00.
     
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    It looks very 80s. I like it
     
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  3. A Sawblade Dude

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    New car, the 1985 Crown Cardinal! Check my first post, and tell me what you think! :oops:
    (Notice the similar styling between both cars so far? That's gonna be a recurring theme for Crown's cars built in '85.)
     
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    A new trim for the Comm is coming soon...
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    Introducing the fastest Comm from the factory, the Turbo-S!
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    Check my first post to compare the specs to the Baseline trim.
     
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    love it
    keep it up
    they actually look so good they could pass as real cars
     
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  7. A Sawblade Dude

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    Thanks man, I'll be sure to keep the cars coming. When I'm done with the individual trims, I'll most likely release them on the repo.
     
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    nice!
    I love it when people actually make serious Automation cars.
    Not just something that took you 10 minutes to throw together.
     
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  9. A Sawblade Dude

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    I spend so long trying to make cars in Automation. Half the time I don't like the end result and end up just deleting it.
     
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    wow
    that's dedication
    i like it ;)
     
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    I like the design, has some nice influence of a Lancia Delta :)
     
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  12. A Sawblade Dude

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    You got me, haha. I love the Deltas
     
  13. A Sawblade Dude

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    A new addition to the Cardinal trims, the GT-S. I'll update my first post which lists the specs later.
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    I felt some AMGish vibes coming from this. o_O
     
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    I feel E30 M5, AMG vibes as well.
     
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    definitely Galant AMG
    Like, it totally looks like one.
    Atleast thats what i thought first
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  16. A Sawblade Dude

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    Oh wow, didn't even realize it until now. The resemblance is uncanny though.
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    My first post has been edited to include the '85 Crown Cardinal GT-S. Feel free to check it out.
     

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  17. A Sawblade Dude

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    Subject to change. but there's a new model joining the board.
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    Extremely WIP, the only thing staying for sure at this point are the headlights and indicators.
     
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    facelifted Cardinal GTs?
    it looks like it.
    kinda
    or will this be a completely different car?
     
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    It's an entirely new chassis. Honestly, It reminds me of a 1982 Audi S1 mixed with an FC RX7. Obviously no popups though. You'll see what I mean by the RX7 part when I reveal the whole car.
     
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    im very intrigued now
    you sir are my new favorite Automation creator.
    And im really picky with my automation cars.
    I truly love how accurate your cars are to 80-90's design, and how your cars are directly inspired by real life ones.
     
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