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Discussion in 'Land' started by schumacher, Jan 29, 2018.
if there is the black limited in this i will be happy
Seeing this makes me want to restart the music player that I wanted to make, because ［ＥＵＲＯＢＥＡＴ ＩＮＴＥＮＳＩＦＩＥＳ］and Vaporwave ＡＥＳＴＨＥＴＩＣ
i love you dude
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I see orange gauges, your dream has come true
cool corolla mate
also add sedan and wagon pls
Forgot to mention this, wheres my speed chime? I need a good [D I N G] [D I N G].
[D I N G] [D I N G]
Äwwww ... finally done that f****** s*** UV Map. It took me so many hours and compared to the work its pretty bad. But enough for Tofu Delivery
once again, I love you dude
To clear some wishes up:
- Ding, Ding - Sound -> Lua would be needed. Don't think, that I can implement that.
- Stock Rims -> I don't have a 3D model for them but I've got a pretty nice Trueno Rim model
- Wagon -> No
- Name -> I have a name for the repo release in mind but you can still post suggestions, probably will take one of yours
- Beta Testers: No, I can test my stuff alone
- AE85: I also thought about the Ae85 but except from the Eco engine I dont see that much difference compared to the Ae86. I haven't got a 3D model of the ae85 engine too and in my opinion you dont want to go even slower than the ae86 which is pretty underpowerd too.
- Early Model Taillights -> Yes
well you can cruise around in a 85
It looks good.
AE85 sounds different, does not have rear stabilizer bar and has piss poo engine + of course different badges, less supportive seats and such.
There indeed is not much difference, it's practically a config that some modder can add to your mod after release.
What do you mean too slow, slow is not a thing?
That would drive me insane.
Well for a certain set of rear wheel drive corollas at least. Wait, is the ae85 also rear wheel? I would assume so since the 86 is just a better version.
The corolla was mostly RWD, with some AWD examples, until about 1983, when FWD started to be phased in. The 86 and 85 were the last FR corollas offered
I love it so much
I didn't know there were any others from the past that actually were RWD.
To my knowledge, most '60s-'80s era cars were RWD. You can thank the simplicity and balance of the FR layout for that.
Literally all of them until 1983