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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
i was wondering if Beam.NG Drive was made in 2013, how was this forum made in 2012?!
Forum made before game released
Roots of Beam goes back to RoR...so it's a lot older than 2013 or 2012 anyways...
what are the specs? V12 with 8 cylinders? yes this is sarcasm
Does anyone know if you're allowed to use 3d models from online as a model for the game?
1967 - 1972 Bruckell Mammoth ( Based off the 1970 Chevrolet C10 and Ford F100 )
The Bruckell Mammoth is a bare bones utility truck that many people think of when asked what a pickup truck is. The Mammoth is a blank canvas, and you are the painter. Shall it be a work truck? Maybe a Drag racing monster? A show truck? A front yard ornament? Or will it be the first car you will ever have stolen from you? The choice is yours.
Beater: Used as a farm truck for many years, and from those years it has seen a bunch of abuse. There's various rust spots and scratches all over the body, the frame is rusted, the 4.1L I6 barely makes 120hp, and the 3 speed manual transmission only works in Reverse, Neutral, and Second gear. To be honest, you should avoid this truck like the plague.
Base: The Base model Mammoth comes with a choice of a 155hp 4.1L I6 or a 165hp 4.8L I6 and a choice of a 3 or 4 speed automatic or manual transmission. The Mammoth Base is the jack of all trades and the master of none, but she'll get the job done regardless.
Custom: The Custom is basically a V8 version of the Mammoth. It comes with a choice of a 200hp 5.0L V8 or a 267hp 5.7L V8 and the same choice of transmissions. It also has some new options, such as 4 wheel drive, mudflaps, tow mirrors, decorative chrome trim, chrome bed rails, chrome wheels, wood trim, and a colored dashboard.
Casper: The Mammoth Casper is the best Mammoth money can buy. It comes with a 330hp 6.6L "Mega-Block" V8 and a choice of a 4 speed automatic or manual transmission. It also comes with all the options available on the Mammoth Custom, along with new ones, such as different gauges, special Casper Badges, a tow hitch, sport suspension, sport struts, sport brakes, anti-roll bars, and a two tone paint job.
Monster: The Monster is powered by a 465hp Supercharged 5.0L V8 out of a much newer truck, a 5 speed manual transmission, lifted suspension, off road tires, a exoskeleton, light pods on the roof, and side pipes. This baby could climb a mountain if it had a driver with common sense. Are you that driver?
Drag King: This beast is powered by a HEAVILY modified Twin Turbo 6.2L V8 that makes over 2,000hp and is given a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission. It also has a stripped interior, drag racing tires, race suspension, race breaks, a rollcage, racing bucket seats, a rear mounted parachute, nitrous, and a number 49 "Drag King" racing livery.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Custom 4 speed automatic model)
1999-2007 Gavril D25
The 1999-2007 Gavril D25 is a full size truck built by Gavril to continue the D25 and was refreshed in 2005 and is based off the 1999-2007 F-series Super Duty
5.4L V8 (300hp)
6.8L V10 (362hp)
4.2L Straight 6 Turbo Diesel
Reg Cab Short Bed
Reg Cab Long Bed
Reg Cab Dually
Ext Cab Short Bed
Ext Cab Long Bed
Ext Cab Dually
Crew Cab Short Bed
Crew Cab Long Bed
Crew Cab Dually
Base: D25 with a stock 5.4L V8 paired with any transmission option available and makes about 300 horsepower and 365 pound ft of torque and all body style options available.
Box Truck: D25 with an enclosed cargo area with only regular or crew cab available. Equipped with 6.8L V8 and any transmission option available making about 362 horsepower and 362 pound ft of torque.
Drag: Custom D25 with a turbocharged 7.3L V8 making about 250 horsepower with a 5 or 6-speed manual transmission and is available with all body style options and has nitro and has a hood exhaust.
Box Truck Variant (Crew Cab)
Box Truck Variant (Regular Cab)
2006-17 Ibishu SHC (Sports Hatch Coupe)
A weird little coupe/hatchback mix that Ibishu made to bring more young buyers
In 2004, Ibishu was seeing a dive in young audiences, even with the Covet that was out. The Pessima was still popular, but not for new drivers. And the Pigeon...well that one went away in the early '90s. So they whipped up this number to release in 2005
The 2006 SHC Debuted with a 2.4 Liter 4-cylinder and FWD, and it was very popular with everyone
The second gen SHC (2011-17) Had a 2.5 this time and of course big design changes
Unfortunately, the SHC's sales were going down by the 2014 facelift and eventually it was discontinued. Some haven't seen them since 2017 and in some cases 2014.
guess not then.
You would get more help if you start a thread in the appropriate section.
2019 Ibishu/Gavril Indycars
They're run by 2.2L twin-turbski V6s
And they have these kickass steering wheels:
I suggest this for 3 reasons: Indycars are awesome, they would make sick races and crashes, and I would love these steering wheels as an option on all cars.
sombody needs to turn the regular pessima (not the older model) into a like 2003-2008 Stock car
pessima (not the older model)
Personally i really don´t see the purpose of the thread anymore because its just too big with too many posts and having absolutely no clarity whatsoever.
you forgot to put the ford skyranger
1967-1972 Gavril D15
The 1967-1972 Gavril D15 is a full size pickup truck and the predecessor of the Gavril D15 and is based off the 1967-1972 Ford F100
Reg Cab Short Bed
Reg Cab Step Side Bed
Reg Cab Long Bed
Base: Regular cab short bed D15 with a stock 4.5L V8 paired with a 4-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Custom: Slammed regular cab short bed D15 with custom rims and wheels, hydraulics, dual exhaust, and a turbocharged 5.0L V8 paired with a 5-speed automatic or manual transmission.
Farm Truck: Rusted D15 with 4.8L V8 paired with any transmission option available
Regular Cab Step Side Bed
Farm Truck Variant
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oh crap you're right!