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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
burnside exists noob
It's still a good idea, to have more old cars.
Excursion cant be used because the Ford Excursion already exists.
were not talking about cars before 1968
we are talking about newer like over 1990
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we can use Gavril E-Series
how about something like a 00-05 impala?
Minami Movit (2011-2019, facelift in 2015):
It is a...
...modern small Japanese MPV for developing countries. Mostly based on the 2nd gen Toyota Avanza, but with a 1st gen Suzuki Ertiga-style rear and interior. Unibody, front transverse engine FWD, front MacPherson, rear 3-link solid axle suspension.
LS - Equipped with a 1.0 64 HP petrol I3/1.4 92 HP petrol/1.3 85 HP turbodiesel I4, 5-spd manual/4-spd automatic, open diff, standard suspension, basic brakes with basic pads and 14x5.5 steelies with 185/60 R14 tires.
LX - As above, but with a radio, air conditioning and different hubcaps.
LXR - As above, but with 15x5.5 alloys with 185/55 R15 tires, a sunroof and an infotainment system.
Custom - As above, but with 18x6 alloys with 195/45 R18 tires, lowered suspension, a custom sound system, tinted windows and a VIP-style bodykit.
Police - Based on the 1.4 manual LS, but with A/C, an Indonesian police paintjob and lightbar.
Taxi - Based on the 1.3 manual LS, but with A/C and an Indian taxi paintjob.
Beater - As above, but with a dented-up, cheaply painted bodywork, grimy interior, sagged suspension, no hubcaps and 13x5 steelies with cheap 175/70 R13 tires.
1968-1973 Gavril D-Series.
Carbureted Engines: 4.1L (250 CID) I-6, 5.2L (318 CID) V8, 6.2L (378 CID) V8, 6.9L (423 CID) V8.
Transmissions: 3speed column shift manual, 3speed automatic, 4speed manual.
Models: D10, D20, D30 & D30 Cab & Chassis, D40 Cab & Chassis.
Trims: Custom (base), Custom LE, Rancher, Adventure (4x4 models).
1970 - 1979 Zuverlässig B6 (Based off the 1970 - 1979 Volkswagen Beetle 1300 )
The B6 was designed to be a cheap and reliable form of transportation for the people of Germany back in the 1940s, however the B6 caught so much attention from the entire world that it is now one of the most common cars in the world. With it's simple flat 4 air cooled engine, durable 4 speed manual transmission, lightweight solid body, and beefed up suspension, the 1970 - 1979 Zuverlässig B6 is the most durable and collectable generation of the B6.
Beater: While the B6 is a incredibly durable and reliable car, you still need to take care of it for it to run right. Obviously, the owner of this B6 didn't get the memo and drove this B6 into the ground a few times over. It's missing a few body panels, one of it's headlights, most of the interior, and the Flat 4 in the back is only running on 2 cylinders, but at least it still starts. Besides, parts for the B6 are very cheap, so it won't take much for you to restore this B6.
Hippie: This B6 has been given a custom paint job while it's owner went to Woodstock Reunion in 1979. Covered in Peace Signs, Hearts, and Anti-War slogans, this B6 is quite the eye catcher when it cruises down the road. The only bad part about it is the very weird smell in the cab that never goes away and makes every cop within a 5 mile radius very suspicious.
Base: This B6 comes with a 1600cc Flat 4 that makes 57hp and a 4 speed manual transmission. There's nothing very special to talk about with this B6.
L: This B6 has a slightly tuned Flat 4 that makes 65hp and a 4 speed manual transmission. It also has a Sunroof, a Tachometer, and a full seat-belt instead of just a lap-belt.
Super: This is the top trim of the B6, which is available as a hardtop or a convertible. It comes with he same 65hp Flat 4 and 4 speed manual as the L model, but it also comes with a Cassette player, a compass mounted on the dash, cupholders, a limited slip differential, a two tone paint job, and reverse lights.
Sleeper: Well someone went all out with this B6, didn't they? Some mad man managed to squeeze a 210hp Turbo Charged Flat 6 into the engine bay of this B6, along with putting in a 6 speed manual transmission. This B6 is so fast now it can put Bolide 350GTs to shame.
Exterior and Interior: (Based on the Base model)
1935 Burnside Model 125 (1934 LaSalle)
I'm only suggesting this since there aren't many, even concepts for prewar automobiles. There was a suggestion a while back for a 1930s car, and Gabe did show interest. I don't know if he might be working on anything at the moment, but I'll suggest this anyways.
The Burnside Model 125 is a moderate luxury car for the upper middle class man, (and possibly his family.) It's a modern car for the modern man. A modern car with a broadcloth (or leather) interior. A popular and stylish car that's bound to have your neighbors complimenting.
Spoiler: Motor Specs
Now, specifications! Why is it called the 125? Its wheelbase! (Like the Packard 120.) It isn't the largest car in the world, but it's still luxury at its best. Its engine is a side valve (or flathead, or L-head,) 240^ cubic inch straight 8, providing 105 horsepower at 4,000 rpm*. (It also comes with dual carburetors on the Luxe. This provides an extra 7 horsepower, at 112.) It's as quiet as a mouse too, thanks to its 2 muffler single exhaust! Its transmission is a standard 3 speed on-the-column shifter, and this year is the first for synchromesh! It has all around drum brakes, hydraulically assisted of course, for added safety. It has a single solid front axle with a single leaf spring, and dual semi-elliptical springs on the rear differential. Its weight depends on the model you choose, but the Standard Four Door weighs 5,560* pounds, and its engine provides a top speed of 84* miles per hour by Burnside testing.
Spoiler: Interior Details
What about interior details? As mentioned before, the 125 has the option of a broadcloth or leather interior. This depends on what model you decide to choose, the Standard or the Luxe. But don't worry, they're both equally as stylish. A well oriented dashboard is mainly in the center, with well placed dials that tell you what you need to know. Your speed, your fuel amount, your oil temperature, your radiator temperature, and your voltage. The gauges are placed in a machine-turned oval, and around that is a beautiful faux wood-grained dashboard with matching interior window surrounds. Both models have these details. (The Luxe comes with a radio, while the Standard does not.)
Spoiler: Exterior Details
What about exterior details? The Luxe comes with white-wall tires, riding on 16* inch wheels, with full chrome hubcaps. The Standard comes with black-walls and center hubcaps. The Luxe has parking lights atop the headlights, but both models have dual taillights. There are plenty of little details, (Biplane bumpers maybe? That might be too referential,) stylish louvres, bullet shaped taillights, a two piece windshield, dual windshield wipers on the Luxe, (optional on the Standard.) There is also a fender skirt option on all Luxe models. Luxes also come with a two tone paint option. Speaking of paint options, all the typical 1930s tones are here. Black, dark green, maroon, red, yellow, tan, dark blues etc.
Convertible Coupe - Only available in the Luxe.
Three Window Coupe - Available in both models.
Four Door Sedan - Available in both models.
+Brougham 4 Passenger Coupe? - Available in both models.
+Phaeton? - Only available in the Luxe.
+Woody? - Only available in the Standard.
Old School Custom - Hopped up V8 out of another car, lowered, fender skirts, aftermarket hubcaps, and a Carson top.
What about pricing? $950 for the lowest model, the three window coupe standard, and up to $3,000 for a top of the line phaeton with all options.
P.S. I made some changes, like the engine, and a few details.
+1934 LaSalles that never existed.
*Things I'm not sure about.
1956 Burnside Outlaw (1956 Ford F100)
The game really needs more classics and pickups. So I would like to suggest this.
The 56 Outlaw was Burnside's try to dominate in the pickup class.
The Base: The Base is the base model of the Outlaw (Obviously). It came with an I6 that creates a nifty 126 hp and 3 speed manual RWD.
The Workhorse: The Workhorse was the utility package of the Outlaw. It came with an 291 CUI V8 that creates 200 hp and low gear ratios mean that it can carry most of your cargo and 4 speed manual 4wd.
The SuperSport: The SuperSport is the most common Outlaw that comes with a V8. It came with a four barrel 353 CUI V8 that creates a whopping 257 buff horses and to accompany the horses it uses a 4 speed manual RWD
The Luxe: The Luxe is very luxurious and also very comfortable. It came with a N/A 291 V8 that creates 213 hp and uses a 3 speed auto RWD
The King Cobra: The King Cobra is the fastest factory trim. It came with a stage 3 supercharged 423 CUI that creates a mind blowing 321 hp! And to accompany the horses it uses a 5 speed RWD.
Beater: An Outlaw that didnt have maintenance whatsoever. Now it was found in a barn and now its all yours and it came with a dismantled I6 and lacks body panels.. (3 speed RWD)
The Outlaw: A drag car owned by someone. It comes with a stage 4 supercharged 423 CUI and it created 521 hp. It can wheelie so be careful. (4 speed drag auto RWD)
TrackBurner: A track based Outlaw that is actually good at handling. It came with a stage 2 supercharged 353 CUI V8 that creates 289 hp. (5 speed manual AWD
Tow Truck: The Workhorse but its a tow truck. (4 speed manual 4x4)
Offroad: The Workhorse but with offroad stuff and offroad suspension and creates a 237 and with low gear ratios. (4 speed manual 4x4)
1972 Bruckell Toucan ( Front: 71' Ford Pinto Rear: 71' AMC Gremlin )
The Toucan is Bruckell's answer to the gas crisis. It was the best selling car until some owners reported about the Toucan being too fragile and blowing up when bumped at the rear hence why it is one of the most dangerous cars in history.
Base: The Base came with steel wheels and an I4 that creates a pathetic 86 hp. (4 speed manual FWD)
Fuelsave: The Fuelsave is the base but with a diesel I4 that outputs 90 hp. (4 speed manual FWD)
Roadsport: The Roadsport came with a turbocharged I4 that creates 100 hp. (4 speed auto AWD)
Supersport: The Supersport came with a twin turbocharged I6 that creates 147 hp. (5 speed auto AWD)
Beater: Once a daily Toucan, it is now is rusting and is broken. The owner was scared of how fragile the Toucan is so he abandoned it. (4 speed manual FWD)
Derby: The Fuelsave but with large derby bumpers and other derby extras. (4 speed manual FWD)
Race: The Race is very good at handling and has a nifty 170 hp but be careful because it is basically a deathtrap. (6 speed manual AWD)
Offroad: Why? Because why not? (Absolute deathtrap) (5 speed manual 4x4)
63' Autobello Battaglione ( 61' VW Kombi)
The Battaglione was a world-wide hit when Autobello introduced the 1st gen. It was available in Pickup or Van form.
Base: The Base features an air cooled 1.6 F4 that produces 89 hp. Just enough to make the van running. (3 speed manual RWD)
Utility: The Utility features a diesel I4 that produces 91 hp. This trim was used for mail delivery and other purposes. (4 speed manual RWD)
Luxe: The Luxe uses an air cooled 2.5 F4 that produces a nifty 102 hp and other luxurious features. (4 speed automatic RWD)
Camper: The Camper uses a turbocharged 2.5 F4 that produces 123 hp and camper extras like beds and other stuff. (5 speed automatic 4WD)
Florida Speciale: Luxe but with a big sunroof.
Cruiser: Made for long road trips and uses an aircooled 2.5 F4 tht produces 117 hp (5 speed automatic AWD)
Lowrider: Its a Lowrider! Good for scraping the hell out of it! (3 speed manual RWD)
Overland: Camper but it is more offoad-y.
Flatbed: Some dude made a flatbed out of a Battaglione. (4 speed manual 4WD)
Well, this is the end of my list. Researching and cropping pics for 3 hrs. Well I hope you like my creativity.
Civetta Allevatore (2019-):
It is a...
...modern Italian supercrossover. Mostly based on the Lamborghini Urus, but with some Ferrari Purosangue render-style details inside and outside. Aluminium unibody, front longitudinal engine AWD, all-wheel multilink suspension and disc brakes.
670 - Equipped with a 670 HP 3.9 twin-turbo V8, 8-spd dual-clutch automatic, two LSDs, sport suspension, sport brakes with premium pads and 21x10.5/21x11.5 alloys with 285/45 R21/315/40 R21 tires.
770GT - As above, but with a 770 HP 6.5 V12, uprated suspension, sport brake pads and 22x10.5/22x11.5 two-tone alloys with 295/40 R22/325/35 R22 tires.
820GTR - As above, but with 820 HP, further uprated suspension, upsized brakes, 22x11/22x12 carbon rims with 315/35 R22/ 345/30 R22 sport tires and a factory carbon bodykit.
Police - Based on the 770GT, but with an Italian police livery and lightbar.
Custom - Based on the 820GTR, but with a matte wrap, lowered suspension, backfire-tuned exhaust and 24x11/24x12 chrome alloys with 305/25 R24/335/25 R24 tires.
Tuner - Based on the 770GT, but with a twin turbo kit (1320 HP), race exhaust, 6-speed sequential transmission, race LSDs, race suspension, race brakes with full race pads, 22x13/22x14 carbon rims with 345/30 R22/375/30 R22 semi-slicks and a carbon widebody+aero kit.
Gavril D-Series thru the years..
What do you suggest then?
Allevatore means farmer / animal breeder
Something fancier! As mentioned:
Lamborghini named their cars after notable bulls or bull races. Maserati after winds.
"Muleta", the red cloth used by bullfighters in the final phase of a fight. It's part of a bullfighter's equipment just like the estoque...
"Samoon", a fast, dust-laden saharian wind. Would be perfect for a tacky SUV only emirs could love...
Nothing else comes to mind right now...
Gavril Roamer II - 2004 - 2011
1998 - 2005 Bruckell Stock Car ( Based off the 1998 Chevrolet Monte Carlo NASCAR Stock Car )
Built for going around a Oval Circuit at over 200mph, the Bruckell Stock Car is the car that won the hearts of drivers and viewers alike. Are you ready to take the wheel and your first step towards being a Stock Car Driver?
Stripped: Just a hollow shell ready to be put together.
Blank: Comes with a 5.9L 4 barrel carb V8 that makes 865hp and a 4 speed Manual transmission, but it doesn't have any decals.
Bruckell 25: The official Bruckell Stock Car used in various Stock Car Championships. This car was driven by Derek Everett back in the early 2000s before he retired.
Exterior and Interior:
Soliad SCC (1983-1988):
It is a...
...1980s American compact 2-seater transverse FWD coupe. Styling mostly based on the 1st gen Pontiac Fiero, but with a Ford EXP-style front (but with pop-up headlights) and a AW11 MR2-style rear. Unibody, front MacPherson, rear torsion bar suspension.
Base - Equipped with a 2.2 94 HP/2.5 114 HP I4, 4-spd manual/3-spd automatic, an open diff, standard suspension, basic brakes with basic brake pads and 14x5.5 steelies with hubcaps and 185/75 R14 tires.
E - As above, but with a 2.9 135 HP V6 option, power steering, a radio, a sunroof and different alloys.
CE - Like the Base, but only as a 2.2 with a 5-spd manual, with a lower diff ratio, aerodynamic hubcaps and low rolling resistance 175/75 R14 tires.
SE - Like the E, but with no 2.2, a 4-spd automatic or 5-spd manual, A/C and 14x6 alloys with 195/70 R14 tires.
GT6 - As above, but only with a 2.9 145 HP V6, sport suspension, premium brake pads, 15x7 alloys with 215/65 R15 tires, a targa top, a rear spoiler and extra "GT6" graphics.
Beater - Based on the 2.5 E, but with a rusting, dented-up body, faded paint, loose trim, one headlight held up with a pen, duct tape around the sunroof and cheapo 18x6 sport alloys with 215/45 R18 tires.
Custom - Based on the GT6, but with the engine tuned to 175 HP, uprated suspension, sport brake pads, a front strut brace, 17x7 alloys with 225/50 R17 sport tires and a taped-on autocross starting number.
Rally - Equipped with a turbocharged 2.5 I4 (205 HP), 5-spd rally manual, rally suspension, race brakes with semi-race brake pads, 15x8 alloys with 225/60 R15 rally tires, a stripped interior, a rollcage, an 80s rally paintjob and spotlights.
Race (Amateur) - Based on the GT6, but with a turbocharger (190 HP), race suspension, sport brakes with semi-race pads, 17x7 alloys with 225/45 R17 racing slicks, a stripped interior, a rollcage and a cheap racing paintjob.
Race (Professional) - Equipped with a turbo 275 HP 2.9 DOHC V6, a 6-spd race manual,a race LSD, race suspension, race brakes with full-race pads, 16x9/16x8 alloys with 265/45 R16/245/50 R16 racing slicks, a widebody and aero kit, a stripped interior, a rollcage and a factory racing paintjob.
What mod is the 2000-2003 truck i want it?