More Bruckell Vehicles? Bruckell Lore? Soliad?

Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by GearHead1, May 27, 2020.

  1. GearHead1

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    I know, I know, we have the vehicle suggestions and realistic community lore project threads, but I wanted to focus specifficaly on Bruckell. Any thoughts?
     
  2. Sithhy™

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    No thoughts. The vehicles will come when they will come.
     
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  3. P_enta

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    I agree we need more Buckell vehicles. Maybe a few from the 90s and stuff and a few newer ones from like 2007 ish
     
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    he didn't say that anything was wrong
     
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  6. GearHead1

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    Do you guys think that the LeGran had generation predateing the in-game one or not?
     
  7. Nathan24™

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    I have an idea for a Bruckell vehicle: Enter the 1963 Bruckell Quasar!

    Lore: Slotted below the mid-size Moonhawk, this was a compact car created by Bruckell in 1962 to compete with Gavril's offerings. There was also a more upmarket version, called the Soliad Parallax. The car was offered in 4 body styles, a 2-door, 4-door sedan, a station wagon, and a delivery van. The engine options ranged from puny 4-bangers to torquey inline-sixes to big-block V8's. The car later got a restyle in 1967.

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    Influences: Chevrolet Chevy II, Dodge Dart/Plymouth Valiant
     
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  8. GearHead1

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    From what I've seen, the moonhawk was more of a monte carlo/camaro, than a chevelle/torino. Reason being, there is no luxury, sedan, or wagon variant.
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    Ideas-

    LeGran Bruckell Brute Sport
    Brute
    speed
    Bastion
    moonhawk

    Of course, their needs to be crossovers.


    from left to right-
    Soliad Newlander XL/Bruckell LX3, Soliad Bayar MPV/Bruckell LXR V8, Soliad Newlander/Bruckell LX2, Soliad Trek S/Bruckell LX1

    (This is just theoretical and I need help with names. The Bayar is an MPV version of the LXR. If you ave any criticism please reply.)
     
  9. Alex_Farmer557

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    isnt this basically just the vehicle suggestions thread
     
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  10. SuperAgentAlex

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    Maybe, except it's focused on Bruckell...
     
  11. GearHead1

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    More, a mix between the realistic community lore project thread and vehicle suggestions. Those are so full that it just seemed like a good idea to start fresh.
     
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  12. Nathan24™

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    They're BeamNG's own made-up cars and brands, who cares what they're based off of!
     
  13. GearHead1

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    I meant that it is less of a midsized family car and more of a large ponycar.
     
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