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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.

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It's possible to add a minivan from the 90s please?

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  1. MatthewStevenGo

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    2019 Maruti Suzuki Wagon R (Ibishu Dove XL (Indian Market))


    Transmission:
    = 5-speed manual
    = 4-speed automatic
    = CVT
    Engine properties:
    = Size: 1.2 L
    = Power: 100 hp
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    1997-2002 Suzuki Wagon R Wide (Ibishu Dove XL)
    1st gen:

    2nd gen:

    Transmission:
    = 4-speed automatic
    = 5-speed manual
     
  2. PriusRepellent

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    BeamNG needs a proper roadster. Something like an MX-5.
     
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  3. SlickNick924

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    3rd Gen Subaru Legacy Wagon/Sedan (1999-2004)

    I'm obsessed with my grandparents' cars for some reason; they had two Legacy wagons, a 2000 and 2001. Now they only have the 2000 and a 2015 forester. I would die for a Beam.ng version of this.

    Configs:

    • Brighton Wagon
    • L Wagon
    • GT Wagon
    • Blitzen 4 Door Sedan
    Overview (Wikipedia)
    Manufacturer
    Subaru (Fuji Heavy Industries)
    Production 1998–2004
    Model years 1999–2004
    Assembly Ōta, Gunma, Japan
    Lafayette, Indiana, USA
    Body and chassis
    Class
    Mid-size
    Body style "B" pillar Hardtop and Wagon
    Layout Front engine, four-wheel drive
    Powertrain
    Engine
    2.0 L SOHC 125 hp (93 kW) H4
    2.0 L DOHC 165 hp (123 kW) H4
    2.0 L DOHC 280 hp (210 kW) twin turbo H4 manual
    2.0 L DOHC 265 hp (198 kW) twin turbo H4 automatic
    2.5 L SOHC 165 hp (123 kW) H4

    3.0 L DOHC Flat-6 (162kW at 6000 rpm and 289 N⋅m (213 ft⋅lbf) at 4400 rpm)
    Transmission 4-speed automatic
    5-speed manual
    Dimensions
    Wheelbase
    2,650 mm (104.3 in)
    Length 4,760 mm (187.4 in) (wagon)
    4,680 mm (184.4 in) (sedan)
    Width 1,740 mm (68.7 in) (Int'l)
    1,694 mm (66.7 in) (Japan)
    Height 1,410 mm (55.7 in) (sedan)
    1,510 mm (59.6 in) (wagon)
    1,440 mm (56.5 in) (Brighton wagon)
    Curb weight 1,500 kg (3,300 lb) max
     
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  4. SlickNick924

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    That's already been done, but as a 1990's version. Unless we're talking about official cars.
     
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  5. OldSnake

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    so Ibishu Cantina ?
     
  6. CommonCat

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    Hirochi Sterope/Hirochi SCX (1991-1997)
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    It is a...

    The Sterope (or SCX in Europe and America), was a coupé produced from 1991 to 1997 by Hirochi. It was offered with a 2.6 I6 (EX-266, 210 HP),before the 3.3 H6 (EC-336) was introduced in 1993. The car sold 43 546 units (13 000 had the I6, the remaining 30 546 had the H6, 235 HP), most of the them in Japan and Europe.

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    C (pictured above) - The base version, with 17'' alloy rims and basic seats
    S - The sport version, with 18'' alloy rims and sport seats.
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    E - The luxury version, with 18'' rims and leather sport seats.

    1990-Subaru-SVX-Concept-01.jpg
    (pictured with some offered accessories, like the 5-spoke wheels, the spoiler (also availible on the S model) and the yellow light cover (which was not sold outside of Japan).
     
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  7. killercar34

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    1970 - 1981 Gavril COE-Series ( Based off the 1970 - 1981 Peterbilt 352 )

    This heavy duty Semi Truck was built directly off what would be the T-Series Chassis but with a COE ( Cab Over Engine ) Body. The theory Gavril had when building the COE-Series was that it would be greatly improve visibility of the driver and being slightly cheaper to buy due to the use of less steel. This truck remained popular in the 70s and 80s until, like with every other vehicle people liked, government regulations said no and made Gavril retire the COE body style and replace it with a aerodynamic fuel efficient Semi Truck in the late 80s.

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    Base: This single/twin rear axle truck has a T300 Turbo Charged 10.6L Diesel I6 just like it's T-Series brethren that makes 324hp and comes with a 12 speed Manual transmission.

    Tow Truck: This twin axle COE-Series was designed to pick up and transport cars over a long distance. Equipped with the 10.6L I6 and a T350 Turbo Charger that helps the truck make 370hp coupled to it's 12 speed manual transmission.

    Cargo Box: Popular with Delivery companies, this 370hp single axle Box Truck was very common in the 70s and 80s and can still even be seen cruising around the US carrying fruit, furniture, cars, and even cargo that isn't exactly legal.

    Garbage: This twin axle Garbage Truck has a 417hp T400 Turbo Charged 10.6L I6 that allows it to easily haul tons of Garbage from the Suburbs of Rural America and the Dumpsters in the Big City to the dump to be disposed off only for the truck to make the same trip the following week.

    Convoy King: This twin axle COE was deigned to travel back and forth across the US carrying various trailer filled with precious cargo without breaking down, and because of this, it was a very reliable truck and a fan favorite for truckers across the nation. It's 417hp T400 Turbo Charged 10.6L I6 was the most powerful engine you could get at the time for a Blue Collar Semi Truck.

    Gone Postal: This Trucker has obviously had enough of the rules and regulations forcing businesses and citizens to comply or be taken down, and has modified his twin axle COE Sleeper Cab to be a monster. It has a T600 Turbo Charger bolted onto his 10.6L I6, causing it to make 599hp. It has a massive bull bar on the front, reinforced steel plates covering the engine, radiator, cab, windows, and rear tires. This COE is now a speeding fortress that very few can stop.

    Exterior and Interior: ( Refrence for Base Twin Axle Model )
     

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  8. SlickNick924

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    I would also die for this. Honestly, all I want is a bunch of JDM sports cars and a Legacy wagon
     
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  9. 8IGHT.OINT3HREE

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    :)
     
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  10. SlickNick924

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    Also, I would like to suggest eventually adding a wankel engine and something that looks like a 90s camaro, firebird or 80s fc3s
     

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  11. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Auriga Heron (2015-):

    It is a...

    ...2010s British ultra-luxury car. Based on the Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB, but with some Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 cues. Aluminium spaceframe, 7.7 twin-turbo V16 engine, 8-spd automatic, RWD, multilink air suspension.

    Configs:
    • Base - 640 HP, standard suspension, 20x9/20x11 alloys with 255/60 R20/285/60 R20 run-flat tires, single-tone paintjob, piano black interior, rear bench seat.
    • Bespoke - As above, but with a two-tone paintjob, glossy two-tone alloys with diamond inserts, a sunroof with embedded lights, a wood interior with an entertainment center and a single rear seat.
    • Armoured - As above, but with no sunroof, machine-gun-proof bulletproofing panels and windows, self-sealing tires and a smoke screen launcher.
    • Custom - Based on the Bespoke, but with a chrome paintjob and 23x9/23x11 tuner alloys with 255/40 R23/285/45 R23 tires.
    • Halley - Based on the Bespoke, but pgraded to 695 HP, with a custom Halley bodykit and 22x10/22x12 alloys with 275/55 R22/315/55 R22 sport tires.
     
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  12. AlpinaFlyer

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    You can't suggest licensed cars
     
  13. killercar34

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    Well, technically you can, you just need to call it something different, like the Ibishu Bōken or something, then you need to add a second car to mix with it like a 2004 Mazda Speed 3 or Mitsubishi Lancer Wagon.
     
  14. ConcordeLXi

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    1997-2003 Bruckell Dawn (Dodge Intrepid/Oldsmobile Aurora)


    Engines:
    3.2L V6 220 HP
    3.5L V6 240 HP
    4.0L V8 270 HP

    Transmissions:
    4-speed automatic
    5-speed automatic

    S: The most basic model, with the 3.2L V6 engine and 4-speed automatic.

    SE: The SE is the level above S, available with the 3.2L or 3.5L V6 engines and 4-speed automatic. Other features it has over the S are alloy rims, body colored trim, and the option for a leather interior and spoiler.

    SEL: The SEL has the same specs as the SE, but with standard chrome trim and leather interior.

    SX: The SX is the sport model, with the 3.5L V6 or 4.0L V8 and 4 or 5-speed automatic. It comes standard with a spoiler and sportier rims, with the leather interior and a sporty bodykit as options.

    SXL: The SXL is the luxury variant of the SX. Only available with the 4.0L V8 and 5-speed automatic, with standard chrome trim, leather interior, and sports bodykit.
     
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  15. combatwombat96

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    could some make something resembling or very close to a 1958 Plymouth or 1960 Plymouth,it just that I feel that the late fifties is sort of left out when people make mods or even suggest them and when someone does suggest them they usually pick a common one like the '57 belair or others, not to mention Plymouth was once a very common name in the vehicular field, now it's left in the dark gathering dust as time slowly creeps up to take the name brand name from existence. Very sad considering that they once made some the most sought after muscle cars the world has ever seen. I have never seen one of these mighty beasts before but the pictures just say it all. I think it would be a fitting remember one of the most craziest periods of car styling with something not quite well known the world. The 1957-8 Plymouth or the 1960 Plymouth. I can pay if that's what one would what, what a shame a great name has been written on the wall. Long live Plymouth !
     
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  16. killercar34

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    1983 - 1988 Bruckell Silverline ( Based off the 1985 Chevrolet Caprice and 1987 Ford LTD Station Wagons )

    So one thing led to another and now you have a family to take care of and your wife doesn't want you to have a Barstow or Moonhawk anymore. She wants a Ibishu Minivan that comes with so many airbags the cabin turns into a bouncy castle in a crash. You're having none of that, right? Well this is where the Silverline comes in. It's a nice big station wagon that will please the Misses while also having a little secret under the hood, a optional 350hp 5.7L V8!

    Trims:

    Base: This Silverline comes with a 4.3L V6 that makes 170hp and comes with a 4 speed automatic or 3 on the tree transmission. Nothing to write home about, but this Silverline will fulfill all of your station wagon needs.

    LE: Carrying a 265hp 5.0L V8 with a 4 speed automatic transmission and option Wood Body Paneling, this Silverline is not one to mess with! Your kids will love being able to ride in a station wagon they're not embarrassed to be seen in!

    Defiance: This is the hottest Station Wagon in the suburbs. Carrying the legendary 350hp 5.7L V8 with a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission, stiffened shocks and springs, a LSD, and ABS, this is the car both you and your family will be ecstatic about! Put your foot to the floor and this baby will spin her wheels all night long!

    Winga Dinga: This custom built Silverline has a 280hp 5.3L Carbureted V8 from the 60s, a 4 speed manual transmission, flame decals, bucket seats, and has a radio that only plays Bad to the Bone by George Thorogood and The Destroyers. I'm sure your Grandpa would love this car!

    Hellfire: This Silverline isn't even called a Silverline by its owners, it's only known as the Hellfire. A Rare variation to celebrate the final year of the Silverline; this baby has a 6.0L V8 with a stage 4 supercharger that makes 850hp, Semi Slicks in the back, a reinforced chassis, a rollcage, bucket seats in the front, and a custom two black and silver paintjob. If you thought the Defiance was fast, you ain't see nothing yet!

    Exterior and Interior: (Based on the LE model with optional Wood Paneling )
     

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  17. killercar34

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    1999 - 2006 Gavril Transporter ( Based off the 2003 Ford Windstar and 2005 Chevrolet Venture )

    The Gavril Transporter was a FWD minivan made on a budget, and as everyone knows; a car someone builds on a budget turns out to be a turd. The Transporter was no exception. Not even close. Oil leaks, cracked blocks, doors opening up when you turn the van on the freeway, you name a problem, the Transporter had it. However, that didn't stop Soccer-moms and idiots who thought they knew everything about cars even though they couldn't change their own oil from buying these vans in bulk. Now you'll find these vans everywhere across the country, mostly in mechanic shops and on tow trucks, but hey, seeing them is seeing them.

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    Base: Like every Transporter ever built, the base model has a 3.6L V6 that makes 200hp and a 4 speed automatic transmission. Has all of the basic features; A/C, a Radio with a CD player, Turn Signals, Power Locks and Windows, and a digital compass.

    SE: This mid trim transporter is mechanically identical to the base model, but it does come with alloy wheels, power drivers seat, remote start, traction control, and a sunroof.

    Limited: The Limited was the most polished turd of the lineup, coming equipped with a TV, leather seats, rear seats that folded into a bed, GPS, two tone paint job, electric liftgate and automatic sliding rear doors.

    Custom: Well someone actually managed to take a Transporter and make it work properly. They scrapped the 3.6L V6 and put in a 4.6L V8 that makes 295hp, a 5 speed manual transmission, an AWD System, and a custom made X pipe titanium exhaust system.

    Exterior and Interior: (Reference for Limited Model)
     

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  18. killercar34

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    2003 - 2008 Gavril Status Quo (Based off the 2005 Lincoln Town Car Limousine)

    Built to meet the luxury standards of celebrities, politicians, and 16 year old girls going to prom, the Status Quo is a durable, reliable, and beautiful piece of machinery.

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    Stunt: This stunt car was used in a low budget action movie a few years ago, so the interior is completely striped, it has a custom made roll cage taking up the entire middle section of the Status Quo to keep the roof from caving in if it rolls over, the front bench seat has been replaced with a Bucket seat equipped with a 5 point harness, and the 4.6L V8 has been chucked out in favor of a Supercharged 5.4L V8 that makes 550hp to the rear wheels along with the addition of a 5 speed manual transmission. The stunt this car was meant to do? Just a few simple drifts, small jumps, and one massive barrel roll over an exploding tanker truck. You know, the traditional low budget movie car chase scene.

    Base: This is the Status Quo as it rolled off the Assembly line. The Coach Building Company, named Diamond, took a mid 2000s Grand Marshal, stretched it out, reinforced the chassis and body, added a custom made sectional bench seat, bar, TV set with included DVD player, and some Disco Lights in the back of the cab. The 4.3L V8 makes about 305hp coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission, which you'll need to haul all 3.2 tons of Luxury.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based on the Base Model)
     

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  19. MatthewStevenGo

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    2018-present Dodge Ram (Gavril Veteran)
     
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  20. Mr. Chernobyl

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    killercar34 does a great job when it comes to details! Very good descriptions of cars, I like it.
     
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