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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
htank you saab man
6 speed transmission
1974 - 2009 MJH 6404 ( Based off the Komatsu D355A-3 Bulldozer )
This Japanese Bulldozer has been around as long as both of your parents, being produced in the thousands year after year. How is that you ask? Because MJH love making Bulldozers that are function over form. Every single button, switch, dial, pedal, and lever in this bulldozer controls something mechanical, nothing else. Sure, A/C and a heater were options, but aside from that, this car is more bare bones then a base model Pigeon.
Standard: This is the standard 6404, it comes with a 19.3L Turbocharged 410hp I6, 4 forward and reverse gears, and a top speed of 7.9mph in both directions. Considering this thing easily weighs over 53 TONS, that's actually pretty fast. All 6404s are also fully customizable and can come with blades, heavy duty snow plows, rippers, rear mounted plows, spotlights facing all four directions, and a exhaust flap.
Army: These heavily armored bulldozers are built for one purpose, to fight. Painted either dark green, midnight black, or desert tan to help blend into the battlefield, these dozers are used to tear down houses that enemy snipers are in, crush enemy convoys, and be a near unstoppable brute that can turn almost anything into a pancake within seconds. The Army 6404 is mechanically identical to the civilian version, but it's excessive armor give it the ability to withstand a lot more punishment before giving up the ghost.
The Anarchist: Has the government screwed you over for the last time? Does it feel like your own town is out to shut everything you own or love down? Do you want to teach those greedy and corrupt bastards a lesson they'll never forget? Well then the Anarchist 6404 is the vehicle for you. The Anarchist is a heavily modified 6404 that was designed and built by a mechanic who's mind and heart shattered at the hands of local businesses and officials. Completely covered in steel plates with concrete mixed in-between each panel, the Anarchist is a Tank without a cannon. With the massive amounts of armor covering over 90% of this beast, visibility is non existent on the inside, but thanks to it's builder, various cameras have been set up along each side of the bulldozer, and each camera is connected to a monitor in the cab. Just be warned, once you get in this dozer and put the armor on, the only way out is either by the hand of the cops, army, or yourself. Make sure to make your last stand a destructive one, ok?
Interior and Exterior: (Based off the Standard 6404)
All hail the killdozer?
I guess we would need an apache helicopter for that...
Speaking of large police vehicles, I think some would be nice for the Beam Police. Handy against ram plows.
I'm too lazy to make an actual suggestion out of this, but there are options. Mobile command unit, bombsquad van, straight up armored vehicle... Of course a dedicated platform would be a lot of work for a niche vehicle, but the T-Series platform could work for some of these.
Here's some large NYPD vehicles for reference.
How about some modern sedan? Like audi (2009 year A6 is beatifull))
Hirochi Sunburst and ETK 800 (800 is a wagon but still)
alright here we go
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1991-1995 Civetta Spectre
The 1991-1995 Civetta Spectre is a mid-engined sports car and is based off the 1991-1995 Bugatti EB-110.
The Spectre only comes with one engine which would be a quad-turbocharged 3.5L V12
The Spectre only has one transmission option which would be a 6-speed manual.
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get nae naed
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like a boss
A new truck which is cab over and it has a garbage truck upfit (based on what Mack makes) and a firetruck upfit with a pumper and a ladder.
Autobello Premia (1963-1974, facelifted for 1969):
It is a...
...60s Italian economy car. It's a 2-door fastback/wagon/panel van using the Piccolina platform, and styled similarly to the Fiat 850, with some VW Type 3 cues in the front and in wagon/panel van versions. The last model years are equipped with bigger 5 MPH bumpers.
110 - Like the Piccolina configs, but with different bodies.
130 - Like the Piccolina configs, but with the slotted wheels replaced by 13x5/14x6 hubcapped steelies with whitewall tires.
150 - As above, but equipped with a 59 HP/70 HP 1.5 flat-four engine and 13x6/14x6 slotted wheels (with radial tires on the later models).
150 Corse (including Track and Rally) - Like the Piccolina configs of the same name, but with the Premia fastback bodywork.
Polizia - Based on the 150 fastback/wagon, but with a period-correct Italian police paintjob, lightbar, and radial tires on pre-lift ones.
Fruttivendolo - Based on the 110 panel van, but with a period-correct Italian greengrocer paintjob and a cargo divider.
Beater - Based on the 130, but with slightly faded paint with bondo spots, a miscolored replacement door, missing hubcaps, cheap custom seat upholstery, worn engine, gearbox, brakes and suspension, cheap bias-ply tires, a roofrack and a bunch of bumper stickers (e.g. "WBE 770 - Boss Of The Bay", "Impeach Byrne").
Project - Based on the 130, but with a worn 150 engine swap, old custom cherry bomb exhaust, worn gearbox, sagging suspension with cut springs, worn brakes with sport pads, dirty 80s 15x7 muscle alloys with rotted tires, bumper delete, front lip and rear plate spoiler and dusty, faded paint.
Custom - Based on the 150, but with a custom 130 HP 1.5 engine, a 5-speed manual, lowered suspension with airbags, 16x7 hubcapped steelies with whitewall tires, a chrome roof rack, chrome bumper guards, custom leather upholstery and a retro-styled modern sound system.
Sport Custom - Like the Piccolina config, but with different bodies.
Engine V6 3.0L
And this config tyvm:
Well, the OT1600 was a little bit more than just a "Corse" variant...
1934 Gavril Coupe (Based off the 1934 Ford and 1935 Chevrolet Coupes)
The 1934 Gavril Coupe was as basic as a car could ever get. Back then all you needed to make your car luxurious was a living room couch for a seat and turn signals, and in case you couldn't tell, the Gavril Coupe isn't a luxury car. However, more often then not, the Gavril Coupe is usually chopped up and turned into a nitrous snorting hot rod by a old man trying to recapture his youth.
The Zero: The Zero is a Gavril Coupe that has been used as a chicken coop for the past 40 years. Most of the body and frame is covered in rust, the interior is almost completely stripped, and the 3.6L V8 can barely start, let alone get this rust bucket moving. You know how some people say that some cars are beyond restoring? Well the Zero is one of them.
Base: The Base model Gavril Coupe is the only trim of the Coupe you could buy from a dealership back in the 1930s. It comes with the choice of a 50hp 3.3L I4 or a 85hp 3.6L V8 coupled to a 3 speed manual transmission, and the V8 option would eventually get you to the blazing top speed of 65mph! It also came with options such as a two tone paint job, rear mounted spare wheel, a rumble seat, color key-ed rims, whitewall tires, and decorative chrome if you had the money for them.
Hot Rod: Remember how I said that most of the Gavril Coupes were chopped up and turned into hot rods? Well this Coupe is one of those cars. It is powered by a 300hp 5.0L V8 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. The tires are much thicker and stickier, the suspension has been rebuilt from the ground up, most of the body panels have been replaced with fiberglass, the frame has been strengthened, and this screaming beauty can easily outrun a Sport S AWD Sunburst on the drag strip!
The King: There's only one way to live in the zombie apocalypse according to the owner of this Gavril Coupe, and that's in style! This heavily modified Purple and Gold Hot Rod Coupe is powered by a 580hp 5.2L V8 that is coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission and is given a extra options to deal with the pesky undead. Those options are spiked plows on the front and back of the car, Semi Slick tires on the front and back, removed fenders, a chop top, gold armor over half of the car, gold fencing around the windows, eight open header side exit exhaust pipes, heavy duty sport suspension, and a heavily reinforced body and chassis. Live the life baby!
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Base Model V8)
More like Beamng.BloodDrive
Sounds more like a donation effort than a Mad Max: Thunderdome but with cars type idea.
That sounds like a good idea.