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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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  2. No, it's impossible, sorry.

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  1. MrAnnoyingDude

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    That's clearly a 60s/70s muscle car, not a mid-70s one, and the Bandit would likely either go the personal luxury route like its close real life counterparts, Plymouth Road Runner and Dodge Charger, did, or cease to exist like another counterpart, the Plymouth GTX.
     
  2. wiad7

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    2015 - Today Lada Vesta


    Trims:

    Sedan: has 1.6L (106HP) and 1.8L (123HP) engines, 5-speed manual and 5-robotic transmissions.


    Cross Wagon: clearance increased by 4sm (203mm).

    Cross Sedan: clearance increased by 4sm (203mm).

    Wagon

    Sport Sedan: has 1.8L 4-cylinder engine with 145HP and 182 N/M, suspension is understated by 10mm
     
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  3. Misha Dorofeev

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    Whoa, another Russian on this site.
    Please, read the rules!
    Also, you need English studying...
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    Oh, and you forgot about the standard wagon
     
  4. killercar34

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    1991 - 1995 Ibishu Kitsune ( Based off the 1994 Toyota Soarer and Nissan Skyline GTR R32 )

    This early 90s Japanese sports coupe is famous for being one of the fastest cars on the track and in the street racing scene thanks it it's powerful 2.6L "VP24" Twin Turbo I6 engine on it's higher trims which is capable of making over 1000hp when modified correctly.

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    RS: The RS is the RWD version of the Kitsune and comes with a 212hp "SP24" Turbo Charged I6 and a 5 speed manual transmission. The Kitsune RS is a great car for learning how to drift if you can get your hands on one.

    BTW: The BTW is the most legendary sports car to come out of the early 90s and is the most treasured Kitsune to every 12 year old or person who pretends to like cars just to seem cool. You'll mostly see BTWs at Car Shows, Track Meets, and in Car Crushers because the Government would rather crush imported cars rather then fix their own country. Equipped with the VP24 Twin Turbo I6 and a 5 speed manual transmission, this 320hp AWD Sports car will make you the source of envy with every person you see until they release a Sunburst Sport RS will out preform you on the track due to it's much lighter weight.

    BTWR: The BTWR is the racing version of the Kitsune, equipped with a tune VP24 Twin Turbo I6 making about 450hp and a 6 speed manual transmission, a aerodynamic body kit, racing suspension, large vented brakes, a striped interior, bucket seats, a roll cage, and custom racing decals, the BTWR was a record and rival beating machine even long after it was relevant in the racing world.

    Street Tuned: BTWs are usually seen modified rather then stock when spotted on the open road, and this BTW is no exception. It's heavily modified VP24 Twin Turbo I6 is pushing over 650hp to all 4 wheels and it's 6 speed manual transmission has been given longer gear ratios in order to reach speeds of over 200mph, not to mention the aftermarket body kit, rims, bucket seats, roll cage, spoiler, and paint job make this BTW one of a kind... if you don't count the other thousands of BTWs that are modified the same way.

    Reaper: This BTW has been heavily modified by a professional racer named Raiji Hoshi and driven on various mountain roads in Japan, but he didn't modify this car to be a street racer in a normal sense. This Matte Grey BTW has a 650hp Twin Turbo VP24, 5 speed manual transmission, Custom rims, a carbon fiber spoiler on the back, and a reinforced chassis. You see, Raiji Hoshi is a bit of a mental case and uses his car as a weapon rather then a racing machine. He is famous for ramming other cars out of his way, usually ending in them crashing and getting injured. There is a reason why this BTW has been giving the nickname Reaper by locals.

    Drift: This RS Kitsune has been given a 450hp VP24 Twin Turbo I6, a short gear ration 6 speed manual transmission, a welded rear differential, a custom body kit, decals, a striped interior with a roll cage, bucket seats, racing harness, a fire extinguisher, and a hydraulic handbrake. If you thought the stock RS was easy to drift, you haven't seen what this Custom RS can do yet!

    Drag: This BTW has proved that it can hang with American Muscle Cars on the Drag Strip and obliterate their times on the same day. The tuned 1000hp VP24 Twin Turbo I6 and AWD system of this Kitsune has proven to be a winning combination time and time again, especially when given a 150 shot a nitrous. This BTW is capable of quarter mile times under 9 seconds flat when given to a skilled driver.

    Exterior and Interior: ( Based on the BTW Trim )
     

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  5. MrAnnoyingDude

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    That's basically a newer Miramar.

    Also, another instance of "well, every Skyline is, like, a GT-R, right?"
     
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  6. killercar34

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    I guess, and you're forgetting the fact that the RS and RS Custom aka Drift are based off the GTS-t.
     
  7. MrAnnoyingDude

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    What about the non-turbo Skylines? The "slightly above standard, but not racecar" special-edition GTRs? The 280 HP gentleman's agreement?
     
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  8. Ytrewq

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    And also an ordinary luxury sedan that lived its life and then was forgotten. Which may be still better than being furiously masturbated to by teenage boys.
    And you completely forgot the 90 hp 1.8 I4 and non-turbo I6s.
     
  9. MrAnnoyingDude

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    There were no 1.8 coupes though.
     
  10. wiad7

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    No, I don't forgot standart wagon
     
  11. gdfastner

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    No matter what Skyline it is, it's overrated.
     
  12. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Why? It's not a bad compact exec.
     
  13. gdfastner

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    If you read my post I never said the car was bad, I said it was overrated.
     
  14. King of Unnecessary Saves

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    Oh heck, my progress for a suggestion got deleted. I didn't know I could save my draft. (Should've done that!) My suggestion was an Autobello sports car, sort of a cross between a BMW 507 and a custom bodied Fiat 8V Supersonic, but more affordable, (and more produced.) The 1957 Autobello Falco Sport V8 and Sport Speciale was my idea, Sport V8 comes with a somewhat smaller engine, vinyl and chrome dash, steel wheels with chrome center caps, and leather seats. Sport Speciale comes with a wood and chrome dashboard, wire wheels, different badging, and a better engine than the Sport. And there was also the race variant, mostly aluminum body panels, still all around drum brakes, using the Speciale engine. All 3 variants come with a 4 speed manual, with a 2.25 litre V8 in the Sport V8, and a 2.5 litre in the Sport Speciale. Both also come in coupe and convertible (with optional hard top) options. (It'd be cool for the rear exhaust to come out the bumper in Ferrari / Thunderbird fashion.) It's still an exclusive personal car, but it isn't as expensive as a Civetta. My old suggestion was a lot more detailed, but the progress got deleted as mentioned before.
     

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  15. SpeedLife1

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    MY REQUESTS

    ETK K-Series DTM Spec
    ETK K-Series GT3 Spec
    Modern Ibishu Crossover
    Gavril Modern Supercar
    Wentward Euro Truck
    ETK LMP1 Prototype
     
  16. GSG-9

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    Worst suggestion ever I see
     
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  17. killercar34

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    2009 - 2014 Ibishu Rhino ( Based off the 2009 Nissan Murano and Toyota Venza )

    The Ibishu Rhino is Ibishu's first ever "Crossover" SUV, which was built after Crossovers began to take off in the mid 2000s. The Rhino was mostly purchased by Soccermom's whose favorite past times were texting and driving, demanding to talk to the manager at every fast food joint in town, and calling the cops on children who rode skateboards on the street close to their houses.

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    Base: The Base model Rhino is FWD and comes with a 190hp 2.5L I4 and a CVT transmission. It also has auto dimming rear view mirrors, Wood Trim, a Aux Jack, optional Third Row Seating, and plenty of airbags to protect your precious children who will grow up to be socially awkward, oversensitive, and completely insecure.

    XL: The XL Rhino comes with a 3.5L 265hp V6 engine with the choice of a 6 speed automatic or CVT transmission and all off the options that come with the base model but also comes with it's own set of options, like heated leather seats, a backup camera, custom alloy wheels, and TVs for the over-sheltered kids in the back seat to watch cartoons while eating Turbo Burger Miniburgers.

    VF: The VF, or Very Flashy, model of the Rhino is the highest trim level. It comes with the 265hp 3.5L V6 VP ever option available from the previous models and some new ones, like optional AWD, 8 speed automatic transmission, slightly lifted right height, and a "Sport" exhaust system.

    Road Yacht: The Road Yacht was a experimental design that the internet made fun of for being different. This 2 door Crossover Convertible, yes, you read that right, is powered by a 290 3.5L V6 that has a small Turbo Charger that couples to a 8 speed automatic transmission and a AWD system. You may not have a back seat to fit your kids in, but since you have no roof, you can just stack them like the patties in a Ultra Burger you get from Turbo Burger.

    Exterior and Interior: ( Based off the Base model )
     

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  18. Misha Dorofeev

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    Did you forget about the rules? Publishing real cars aren't allowed. Please, make a fictional name for it, and it doesn't need to look exactly like the Vesta, you can add body shapes from the other caes
     
  19. MatthewStevenGo

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    1995-2005 Chevrolet Astro (Gavril H-Series)

    Transmissions:
    = 4-speed automatic
    = 5-speed manual
    = 6-speed automatic
    Engine:
    = 4.3 L V6 engine
    = 7.2 L V8 engine
    = 2.5 L I6 engine
     
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  20. killercar34

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    2008 - 2014 Ibishu Dove ( Based off the 2009 Nissan Cube and Kia Soul )

    The Ibishu Dove was a compact FWD 5 door car that pretended to be like a Crossover SUV. It's spacious interior, comfy non bucket seats that are easy to get on and off of, and massive amounts of headroom made this car very popular with the elderly, which is surprising considering this car was targeted towards Teens and Young Adults who wanted a practical car that was fun to drive.

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    2008 - 2011 Base: The Base Model Doves from 2008 - 2011 came with a 122hp 1.6L I4 and the option of a 4 speed automatic,5 speed manual, or a CVT transmission, along with a optional CD Player, Floor Mats, Key-less Entry, and Two tone Trim.

    2012 - 2014 Base: The 2012 - 2014 Base model Doves were given a 138hp 1.6L I4 and the option of a 5 speed automatic transmission, 6 speed manual , or a CVT transmission.

    Base+: The Base+ came with a 164hp 2.0L I4 throughout all years of the Dove and a 6 speed manual transmission. It also came with all the options the base model had, a GPS System, Sport Compound Tires, Stiffer Anti Roll Bars, and a Oil Pressure Gauge.

    Turbo: The Turbo Dove came with a full racing performance package; Sport Compound Tires, Lowered ride height, Stiffened Springs and Shocks, a Turbo Charged 2.2L I4 that made 210hp, and the option of a 6 speed manual transmission of a 7 speed dual clutch transmission.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based on the 4 speed automatic 2008 - 2011 Base model)
     

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