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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
I guess no one wants to see it then...
This could be some sort of extension to the Farming Pack?
Furthering on an above idea, ETK 800 Series (1961-1965)
Pictured is the 822tii.
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And then there's the Gavril pitbull 91969-1972)
A big All American Ute.
Similar configs to Barstow.
One added would be the Panel van versions of the base V6 and a couple of the V8 models.
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Sorry for the squoosh
2017 Six Cars Superleggera
2017 Six Cars Six Super
2013 Six cars Six Comfort
2008 Six cars LMP6-6
2015 Six cars Six f1 and 2015 Six cars F6-6
2013 Six cars 6-0
2015 Six cars Sixth
All of these are manufactured by Six cars in lower UK. They are extreme track cars. There are some racing cars too.
To be fair, I don't like any of your ideas.
The ETKs of the 60s should rather be just one big numerical series, from the smallest 652 to the biggest 2804, as with real BMWs.
There were no "big" coupe utilities, apart from the short-lived late 50s 1st gen El Camino/Ranchero.
"Gavril Compostela" would be a better name, referencing the Spanish names given to coupe utilities back then.
"Six Cars" is kinda a dumb name, and something like "Crawley" would be better.
- Basic car - Crawley Mk6 (Lightweight/Comfort),
- LMP car - Crawley LMP215,
- F1 car - Crawley FR15 and MK6 FR Edition,
- New car - Crawley Mk7,
- Kart - Crawley Minispeed.
I wonder why you named the trims like 824, rather than 834.
Because it's not a hatchback/wagon/shooting brake.
Yes, but Bernd's ETK 800 coupe/cabrio mod is called 834/6.
Not my fault.
All I know is that if the 5-door is the 85x, and there are even-numbered likely 4-door models (84x badges are in the files), the 2-doorers should be 82x.
2003 - 2011 Carpath/Charmand CH3 - Dacia /Renault Logan I
Mid 2000s affordable Romanian front engine, FWD sedan. It's designed similarly to Logan, but with Renault Clio II Phase II styled front end, Renault Thalia side line. Rear end would be very closely designed to the Logan's with horizontally positioned taillights. Interior would be a mix of Renault Clio's and Peugeot 206's interior.
2003 - 2007
2007 - 2011
Spoiler: Body styles
Van (PCV - Passenger and Commercial Vehicle)
Utile - basic trim level, includes: silver 14" steel wheels with plastic dogdish hubcaps (2007 model has 15" steelies), 1 airbag (driver's), black bumpers, grille and mirrors, basic grey interior, basic radio, etc.
Practique - Utile + semi body colored bumpers, 15" black steel wheels with big hubcaps, black interior, aircon, front power windows, etc.
Élégant - Practique + body colored grille, 15" alloy wheels, semi body colored mirrors, black and grey interior, radio with AUX port (2007 model features USB port also), 2 airbags, all 4 power windows, power mirrors, etc.
Gamme - Élégant + full body colored pack (bumpers, door handles, grille (also includes chrome trim), mirrors), beige interior, 16" alloy wheels, 4 airbags, rear lip, etc.
Police - available with French, German and Russian livery, with blue euro lightbar. It's based on Practique and Elegant trim levels.
Taxi - based on Utile and Practique trim levels. It would have 2 versions: with and without ads.
Driven - battered version. Based on Practique trim level, with rusted steel wheels with aftermarket hubcaps, faded headlights, cracked lacquer, worn out interior and with roof rack.
Delhi Sognare (Indian version) (production 2007 - 2015)
Spoiler: Technical data
1.2 8V I4 Petrol 75 HP
1.3 8V I4 Petrol 85 HP
1.5 16V I4 Petrol 100 HP
1.8 16V I4 Petrol 115 HP
1.4 I4 Diesel 80 HP, 95 HP
1.6 I4 Diesel 100 HP
1.7 I4 Diesel 105 HP
4294mm (4315mm -wagon, 4462mm - PCV and panel van, 4486mm - pickup) x 1745mm x 1543mm (1665mm - PCV and panel van)
2638mm - sedan
2652mm - wagon
2898mm - PCV, wagon and pickup
Weight: 1094 - 1376kg
-Why it should be added?
-We don't have any mid 2000s cars, nor affordable cars and Romanian cars
It's FSO Polonez
Six cars was named because it was based on the Seven. I like your ideas also, they sound good. The reason I named the ETK as such is because it was based off the 1600, although I did overlook their naming strategy, and I named the ute a Gavril as I thought it could tie in with the Barstow.
Hello! How abot to create a Fire Engine? And scenarios with them
A fire engine could be coming to BeamNG with the addition of a Federal Q2 siren to the game, but it would likely be under it's own brand rather than gavril.
Civetta Burana (1968-1973):
It is a...
...60s/70s super-GT car. Based on the S2 Lamborghini Espada, but with a 1969 Dodge Charger front and a Ferrari Daytona rear. Unibody, FR drivetrain, double wishbone suspension, disc brakes. Snappy, oversteery handling.
300 - Equipped with a 180 HP 3.0 V8, a 5-speed manual, an LSD, standard suspension, premium brake pads and 15x7/15x8 steelies with 215/55 R15/ 235/55 R15 tires.
350 - As above, but with a 235 HP 3.5 and alloy wheels.
350 GT - As above, but with GT suspension, sport brake pads and 15x8/15x9 alloys with 235/55 R15/ 265/55 R15 tires.
380 GT - As above, but with a 300 HP 3.8 and 15x9/15x10 alloys with 255/55 R15/ 285/55 R15 tires.
Notte - Based on the 380 GT, but with race parts, a blacked-out exterior and 15x10/15x11 alloys with 275/55 R15/ 305/55 R15 tires.
Beater - Based on the 300, but with a worn, overtorque-prone engine, worn suspension, tires and brakes, a leaky radiator, a misfiring engine, one working headlight, faded paint and added "350 GT" badging.
Why do we need it?
Because it would be nice to have a classic grand tourer.
The Beater's description would have the words "For the love of God, don't buy it", referencing Top Gear's £10k supercar challenge, and the fake badge and grenading engine would be a nod to Clarkson's faux-Merak SS.
The brand would maybe be Wentward. Since they already made a bus and they could modify the chassis of it to fit a fire engine perfectly.
No. If a fire truck is added it will likely be it's own manufacturer. The only coach company to produce fire apparatus was the Crown Coach Corporation in the 50's - 60's . Wentward is based on New Flyer, which has no relation to the firefighting equipment industry.
Alex, the mustang mod is granted a good mod, only thing I think that breaks the immersion is a. it currently has an ear bleeding volume and b. it is a port from project cars I believe. I think that what Đ.ƇRIȘTAŁİNE is suggesting is quite valid, same as any other suggestions made on this topic. It would be nice to have a nice, fully customisable car that is official from the devs themselves. Obvioulsy it would take a lot of time but look at the other cars they have made, they look amazing. So I think a modern muscle car would be a brilliant addition to the game rather than another old car (just a heads up, I do like old cars, just needs variation)
The tractor pulls were never quite as popular as the demolition derbies around home, but we still had some wild modified and hobby stock tractors with big turbos that would spit a 12 inch flame out the stack, and that was pretty cool.
Maybe a modder would be interested in building this. I don't see it likely for the devs to do something like this to be honest. They are more building road vehicles than anything.
Interesting suggestion nonetheless, and for that, I thank you.
How about this?
2008 Suzuki Alto
= Type: City Car (Kei Car in Japan)
= Weight: 720 kg
= Engine: 650 cc
= Max speed reading in speedometer: 140 km/h
Yup, kei car. What the hell else could it be?