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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?

  1. Yes, it's possible.

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  2. No, it's impossible, sorry.

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  3. We are going to think

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  1. killercar34

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    1974 - 1977 Bruckell Palermo ( Based off the 1974 Dodge Monaco and 1973 Mercury Marquis Sedans )

    The Bruckell Palermo was the predecessor of the Le Gran and was designed to be a luxury sedan that the average blue collar family could afford. Unfortunately, the 1970s Oil Crisis numbered the Palermo's days before it was even a prototype, and thus it only lasted three years.

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    Base: The Base Palermo is powered by a 150hp 5.2L 2 Barrel Carb V8 coupled to a 3 speed manual or automatic transmission. This is as basic as a 1970s Sedan can get, which is odd considering the Palermo was advertised as a luxury car.

    GT: The Palermo GT is powered by a 210hp 5.9L 2 Barrel Carb V8 coupled to a 3 speed automatic or manual transmission. It has also been given leather bench seats, a cassette player, sway bars, and chrome exterior trim.

    GTS: The Palermo GTS was both luxurious and fast, which made it one of the most popular trim levels of the Palermo. It is powered by a 260hp 6.6L 4 Barrel Carb V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. It's also been given a Landua top, sport suspension, sport brakes, sport tires, and custom GTS badges on the trunk, front fenders, and grille.

    SS: The Palermo SS is the highest trim level of the Palermo a civilian can get. It is powered by a 280hp 7.2L 4 Barrel Carb V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. It has also been given every single option on other Palermo models, including some new ones, such as rear wheel covers, wood trim, headrests on the front and rear seats, hydraulic anti-lock brakes, custom SS badges on the grille, trunk, front fenders, and C pillar, and alloy wheels.

    Police Car: A modified Palermo GT with a 280hp 7.2L 4 Barrel Carb V8 coupled to a 3 speed automatic transmission. It has also been given a push bar, a spotlight on the drivers side door, and two red bubble lights and a small megaphone on the roof.

    The Deviant: The Deviant is a old dilapidated cop car that's anything but normal. The story goes that the officer who drove this cop car snapped and modified his cruiser before going on a rampage, but no one knows what happened to the car afterwards until it showed up in a abandoned impound lot 30 years later. The entire car is covered with rust, the siren is broken and distorted, the roof and front and rear bumpers are covered in barbed wire, and the windows are so dirty and cracked that you can't see the interior of the car. However, this car should not be judged by it's exterior, as a modified 350hp 7.2L V8 sits under the hood that's connected to a 4 speed manual transmission. Are you ready to get behind the wheel of this rusty death machine and scare everyone within a 20 mile radius of you?

    Exterior and Interior: (Based on the SS Model)
     

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  2. Subo M O D E

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    Palermo? More like Parmesan!
     
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  3. ManfredE3

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    With the recent addition of a van to Wreckfest, I've had racing vans on the mind. A pre-facelift H-Series with the Gavril Ultra-Thrust would make a nice muscle van (refer to AR162B's mod), but it would basically just be a van culture era barn that's fast in a straight line and falls over if you touch the steering wheel. A unibody van à la dajiban would overlap with the H-Series more than ideal. 1960's vans were small, so they are an option. Meanwhile, one of the vehicles higher on my BeamNG wishlist is a 1960/1970's American compact. During the 1960's, those two archetypes often shared the same platform. So, may as well suggest that.

    Historical counterparts:
    1961-1967 Ford Econoline. Van or truck based on the Falcon. FMR 2.4L,2.8L,3.9L i6 paired to a 3/4 speed manual or a 3 speed auto.
    1961-1965 Chevy Corvair Greenbrier Sportswagon: Van or truck based on the Corvair. RR 2.4L,2.7L F6 paired to a 3/4 speed manual or a 2 speed auto.
    1964-1970 Dodge A100. SWB/LWB Van or truck on the Chrysler A platform. FMR 2.8L/3.7L slant i6, 4.5L,5.2L V8 paired to a 3 speed manual or a 4 speed auto.

    Historical not-so-counterparts:
    1950-1967 Volkswagen Type 2. Van or single/extended cab truck related to the Beetle. RR 1.1L,1.2L, 1.5L F4.
    1956-1965 Jeep FC. Many body styles (many aftermarket ones). F4 layout, 2.2L i4, 3.7L i6, 4.5L V8.

    In game: This era of vans were across the board quirky, all of them have some reason I want to see one in game. The Chevy's drive train is so quirky and infamous from Unsafe at any Speed that I almost feel we need it in game. Also, how often do we get an opportunity to see an F6 engine or a RR van? The Dodge has that optional V8, which sounds like a fun time in such a tiny truck. The Volkswagen would be a good inspiration for an Autobello van. The first Euro truck in game, second Autobello, and another RR boxer van. The Jeep FC is one of my favorite trucks, a very versatile off road mini-work truck; there's a pair of them, in a guys back yard in the next town over that I've been tempted to buy off of him, I know he wants them gone. I digress... Anyway, the Euro/Soviet market had some good off road small vans and I intended to keep this suggestion to vans that are based on American compact cars, so I'll leave the Jeep/Volkswagen to inspire something else.

    So, overall I think the best way to translate this segment in game would be to lean heavily on the Corvan just because of that unique drivetrain. It doesn't leave much in the way of options since it's a rear engine pickup, so "whatever boxer engine that fits" paired with the 3/4 speed manual and 2 speed auto would be the selection. Putting this as a Bruckell would be a good way to add to their lineup and differentiate them from Gavril, since Gavril already has a ton of cars, none of which all that quirky. As for body styles, keeping it simple at just a van and pickup would be best, no point in trying to squeeze in a LWB in or put an uplift on an RR truck. Configs would be fairly standard, the usual emergency and aftermarket configs, cheap as can be base model for fleet sales, and a decent spec trim for non-fleet commercial sales. Maybe a nice passenger van since Ford did market their's as an alternative to station wagons. Oh, and a drag truck based on the Dodge Little Red Wagon.

    Not much else to say, so I'll leave a gallery here and be on my way.







     
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  4. miangemidemon666

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    Blister Gresley (2009-) : Based of Lotus Evora
    Trims :
    S 250
    S 300
    Cup 400
    Cup 420
    GT4
    Class : Sport Cars
    Perfomance : 9-11
     
  5. michael_zowski

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    2008-2018 Autobello Neuron (2008-2018 Tata Nano)

    Trim levels:
    Base; (624 cc 2 cylinder petrol engine, making 37 hp at about 3500rpm)
    Ricer; [REDACTED]
    (idk what else, do what you want)
    12 inch wheels
    Front suspension: MacPherson strut with lower A-arm
    Rear suspension: Trailing arms with coil spring
    okay pictures
    neuron.png
    neuron1.png
    neuron2.png

    neuron3.jpg
     
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  6. TubroTerra

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    Hmm Indian car under autobello this is kinda weird
     
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  7. michael_zowski

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    good



    just good
    i love weird
     
  8. Subo M O D E

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    T series is proud to you!
     
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  9. PS2THEME

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    gonna make a new recommendation
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    1989-2000 Hirochi Sokudo

    The 1989-2000 Sokudo is a sports car manufactured by Hirochi from 1989 to 2000 The Sokudo is based off the second gen 1989-2000 Nissan 300ZX (USA Name)/ Nissan Fairlady Z (Japan Name)

    Engines:
    3.0L V6
    3.0L V6 Twin-Turbo

    Transmissions:
    5-speed manual
    4-speed automatic

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    ngl this idea pretty epic tho
     
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  10. GeneralLeeFan

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    It would be nice to see a Dodge Monaco in BeamNG
     
  11. killercar34

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    1994 - 1999 Hirochi Excel (Based off the 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse and 1995 Toyota Celica)

    The Hirocho Excel was a 2 door sports coupe popularized by various street racing movies, video games, and teens who thought that slapping a 5 dollar sticker on your rear windshield would magically increase your car's horsepower. Many Excels have been beaten, modified, wrecked, raced, and even striped to the bone and left to rot in junkyards. Very few all original Excels remain, but that will probably change once the kid who lives down the block from you saves up enough Turbo Burger checks to build a street racing machine of his own.

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    The Buster: The Buster is a modified Excel LT that's been given "improvements" it didn't deserve. It's been given a cheap plastic body kit, a GT wing, cheap plastic "Euro style" taillights, a aftermarket radio hooked up to giant speakers in the trunk, a fake carbon fiber hood, twin roof scoops, aftermarket wheels, cut springs, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, a bright blue paint job, white dragon decals, blue neon, and various sponsor stickers. It is powered by a 140hp 2.0L I4 with a cold air intake kit installed right on top of the exhaust manifold with no heat shield coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission.

    Base: The Base model Excel is as bare bones as a sports coupe can get. It is powered by a 140hp 2.0L I4 coupled to either a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission.

    LT: The Excel LT is mechanically identical to the base model, but does have some other improvements, such as having alloy wheels instead of steelies, a Cassette player, 4 wheel disc brakes, fog lights, cruise control, a rear windshield wiper, and a small rear spoiler.

    CS: The Excel CS is powered by a 141hp 2.4L I4 coupled to either a 4 speed auto or 5 speed manual transmission. It has all of the options available on the LT model, except for the fact that the CS model is only available as a soft top convertible.

    RS: The Excel RS is powered by a Turbocharged 210hp 2.0L I4 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission and has every option available on the LT model, including have a soft top convertible instead of a hard top coupe, but it also comes with some new ones, such as a CD player, sport suspension, sport tires, bigger sport brakes, sport wheels and tires, and a limited slip differential.

    R-Spec: The R-Spec Excel is the top of the line model, and has the same options as the RS model, however, the R-Spec model is AWD, while every other Excel is FWD. It also comes with front dual piston calipers, vented brake rotors, a leather steering wheel, shift knob, and leather seats, a bigger rear spoiler, and quick ratio steering for more agility.

    The Racer: The Racer is what the Buster aspires to be. This heavily modified Excel RS is all show and even more go! It is powered by a modified Turbocharged 2.0L I4 that makes over 350hp coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. It also has an aftermarket body kit, GT wing, carbon fiber hood, aftermarket wheels, a roof scoop, racing tires, racing suspension, racing dual caliper brakes with vented rotors, a bright green paint job, blue hawk decals, a full roll cage, racing bucket seats, a custom gauge cluster, a aftermarket radio connected to massive speakers in the trunk that hide two bottles of nitrous in them, and aftermarket pedals.

    Exterior and Interior: ( Based off the R-Spec model )
     

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  12. BryceTheBuilderGuy

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    can we do a 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback for a car, No one has ever done the thing
    HorsePowerAndEngine: 02-cu. in. (five-liter) V-8—230 hp; 4.00" bore x 3.00" stroke; 10.0 to 1 comp
    MoreEngineStuff: All 1968 Ford Mustang had beefed-up front shock towers and Polyglas F70X14 tires. Four-speed cars got staggered rear shocks. Standard were 3.50:1 gears, with 3.91:1 and 4.30:1 ratios available. 289 c.i. @ 195 h.p. w/8.7:1 compression and two barrel carburetor.


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    MustangBack.png MustangFront.png MustangSide.png mustangInside2.png MustangBluePrint.jpg
     
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  13. killercar34

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    Isn't the Barstow suppose to be a muscle car based heavily off the Mustang?
     
  14. Pentium4Guy

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    1988-1997 Bruckell Bayonet
    Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme (W-body)
    have the 3300 and 3800 from the LeGran, with a new engine option similar to the LQ1 3.4. with 3spd auto, 4spd auto, 5spd manual.
    Trims would be the same as the Legran.
     

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  15. BryceTheBuilderGuy

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    Well id want a model of the mustang i was talking about ( or someone will do it for me ) not the Barstow, now yes the Barstow is based off of the mustang ,but i just want the 68 Mustang model that looks like the exact because i just want to recreate some movie parts not just from bullitt but other movies with the mustang. I just want it for fun is what i'm saying.
     
  16. GotNoSable!

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    It's a bit more Torino than Mustang, Gabe just said it was around the same size as a Mustang of the era.
     
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  17. ilkerrbr

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    why anyone dont make knight rider and mustang hoonigan :confused::confused::confused:
     
  18. ManfredE3

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    Maybe learn how to write before you learn that there is hoonigan mod
     
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  20. ilkerrbr

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