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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
I would love this
love the cheesy naming. "Vee6? Twenty2?" Brilliant.
Charmand Finn (1981-1986)
A very cheaply made French car that was mostly assembled in Finland. Pretty much just a Talbot Solara inspired car, but with a Ford Granada insipired rear-end.
Engines: Maybe a Small-ish carburated like 1.7 Liter i4 engine and maybe a mid-range 2.0 and 2.3 liter variations, maybe even a high-end 5 cylinder engine with mechanical fuel injection.
what about a car like the first gen smart fortwo why is this numbered
a facelift model
the are meant to be really safe
Considering that that they only made 351 of those, and one sold for 1.2 million, and the most expensive e type used was aound a quarter of that price, it's fair to say the 2000gt is more valuable
At the time, the Japanese still had much to prove. The 2000 GT is often considered the first step in this direction, but still... while pretty good by its own right (and exceptionally good compared to the average japanese production of the time), it was far from groundbreaking in absolute terms. Steep market prices with no cachet to back them up is the main reason for its rarity.
If you dudes want to go for something crazy/insane, you could do one of those new hydrogen-powered trucks.
Type 90 Kyū-maru (Hirochi Heavy Industries BT-VT970)
Type 10 Hitomaru
Autobello Bambina (1949-1961 (1955 facelift)):
It is a...
...50s Italian city car/microcar. Styling mostly based on a smaller version of the Steyr 50 (but withlut the grille or rear window), but with some Fiat 500D Topolino/500 styling cues (e.g. tailllights) and a BMW Isetta dashboard. Body-on-frame, rear longitudinal engine RWD, leaf spring suspension (rear longitudinal, front transverse), drum brakes (mechanical until 1955 facelift,,then hydraulic).
Standard - Equipped with a 425 cc 16 HP/500 cc 22 HP I2 2-stroke engine, 3-spd unsynchronized manual, open diff, standard suspension, basic brake pads, 4.60-11 bias-ply tires on 3.5x11 steelies and a cloth top.
Lusso - As above, but with a syncromesh 1st gear, a full metal roof, whitewall tires and hubcaps.
Polizia - Based on the Standard, but with an Italian police paintjob and light.
Beater - Based on the Standard, but with rusting bodywork, worn drivetrain and interior, miscoloured and mismatched replacements body panels and trim and a roof rack.
Corse - Equipped with a 600 cc 32 HP engine, 4-spd racing manual, sport suspension, sport brakes with sport pads, 5.00-12 sport bias-ply tires on 4x12 steelies, a stripped interior and exterior, a welded-open hood and a 50s racing paintjob.
Demon - Equipped with a 1.0 132 HP motorcycle I3, a 5-spd manual, a welded diff, race suspension, race brakes with semi-race pads, 175/50 R13 race tires on 5x13 lightweight alloys, a rollcage, a fuel cell, a stripped interior and exterior, a widebody kit and a 50s-style racing paintjob.
A lightweight pickup similar to the Ford Ranger or Chevy S10.
Or maybe a Bruckell pickup. Yeah I know Ford and Chevy is Gavril but we need more bruckell cars so why not a truck
Based on a Dodge Dakota
Any plan for an aircraft or a helicopter? Would really like to see those!
ok this is epic
I’m just gonna go ahead and put a prop suggestion here...
Top Gear Automation Test Track office. A building to do serious work in and totally not drive a T-Series through.
ok what i said before was epic, but this is really epic
2005-2009 Daihatsu Esse (Ibishu Onēsan)
= 3-speed automatic
= 4-speed automatic
= 5-speed manual
We need an H-Series bus upfit.
The cool part about the Dodge Dakota, is that in the 80s-90s the 4wd models had full box frame that led to C-Channel somewhere underneath the cab. The 87-90 were really good for derbying due to this as they were shorter and a bit more stout versus the later, longer models. A feature like that would be pretty neat for.... wrecking reasons.
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Gavril Overlander (Based on the 1976 GMC Sierra)