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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. pixeaudi

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    I think of a 70's Pessima or Covet.
    + Hirochi Sportive - late 80's or early 90's compact sportscar.
    Based on Toyota Celica and Mitsubishi Eclipse


    Engine: 1.8 litre I4, 2.0 litre I4, 2.0 litre turbo I4, 2.3 litre I4 (USDM models only) 2.6 litre turbo V6.
    Gearbox: 5-speed and 6-speed manuals, 4-speed automatic.
    Drivetrain: FWD or AWD (only with the V6)
     
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  2. JDMguy05

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    I would like to see an Infiniti-ish brand in the future. I can't think of any names that aren't close to Infiniti, though.
     
  3. killercar34

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    1968 - 1972 Bruckell Mongoose (Based off the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro and 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass)

    When most people think of Bruckell's most famous muscle car, they turn towards the 1970s Moonhawk without realizing that the Moonhawk was just a two door coupe version of the Moonbird, a 4 door sedan or 5 door wagon Bruckell made to give people a form of cheap transportation. Bruckell's flagship muscle car, the true rival of the Barstow, was in fact a 2 door coupe called the Mongoose. Are you ready to drive the pain that's been in Gavril's ass since the 1960s?

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    The Busta: The Busta is a bright green hardtop Mongoose BS V8 that's spent the past 28 years in a storage unit after a event that's pretty telltale according to the damage on the car. The glass on the passenger side is shattered, the paint is faded and dirty, it's 5.4L V8 hasn't started since it was dumped, and the passenger side is riddled with bullet holes. Be careful where you drive this Mongoose, otherwise more bullet holes might be put into the car's bodywork.

    BS: The Mongoose Budget Sport is powered by choice of a 140hp 3.8L or a 155hp 4.1L I6 coupled to either a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission and comes with a AM radio, cloth seats, black plastic interior trim, A/C and a heater, and not much else. It's as basic as a "muscle" car can get. Available as a hardtop or convertible.

    BS V8: The Mongoose Budget Sport V8 was powered by a choice of a 200hp 5.0L or 210hp 5.4L V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. Also came with V8 badges, Alder Rallye wheels, and a small lip spoiler. Available as a hardtop or convertible.

    Sport: The Mongoose Sport is powered by either a 295hp 5.7L V8 or a 350hp 6.5L V8 coupled to either a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. It also comes with a every option on the BS V8, along with a wooden steering wheel, vinyl seats, a interior clock, a cassette player, sport badges, a bigger spoiler, and a extra rear view mirror on the passenger door. Available as a hardtop or convertible.

    RS: The Renegade Sport was a package for any Mongoose trim below the Monster Sport that added a few visual changes and a few new options, such as hidden headlights, revised tail lights with reverse lights, RS Badges, decorative chrome trim, leather seats, Alder Magnum wheels, and a limited slip differential.

    MS: The Monster Sport was a option available only for the final year of the first generation of the Mongoose. It comes with a 430hp 7.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission. It comes with sports suspension, 4 wheel disc sport brakes, sport tires, sway bars, a limited slip differential, wooden interior trim, a landau top, leather seats, decorative chrome trim, racing stripes, a small cowl hood scoop, chrome Alder Powr-Push wheels and Monster Sport badges. Only available as a hardtop.

    GT: The GT is a modified MS Mongoose designed for circuit racing. It's powered by a modified 465hp 7.0L V8 coupled to a racing 5 speed manual transmission and has been given racing suspension, a racing limited slip differential, racing tires, a full roll cage, racing bucket seats, fender flares,
    and Team Bruckell racing decals.

    Gangbanger: This modified black Mongoose Sport with gold pinstripes is designed for cruising around the bad parts of town while blasting your favorite tunes while making your car hop to the rhythm. It has a 350hp 6.5L V8, a 3 speed automatic transmission, gold Alder Luxo wheels with whitewall tires, hydraulics, plush interior, gold trim, a chrome skull with diamond eyes smoking a 100 dollar bill as a shift knob, a wooden steering wheel, massive speakers on the rear deck, massive sub-woofers in the trunk, and some items in the glove box that will probably get you arrested if a cop saw them.

    Retro: The Retro is a Mongoose MS that's been restored and given some modern touches, such as a modern supercharged 6.2L V8 that makes 500hp, a 6 speed manual transmission, ABS, Traction Control, street legal semi slick tires, a modern radio, a new A/C system, a nomi racing wheel, and modern leather bucket seats.

    Drag: The Mongoose Drag is mad for drag racing, as it's name clearly implies. It is powered by a Supercharged nitrous snorting 7.0L V8 that makes over 1500hp coupled to a 4 speed automatic drag transmission. It also has a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, drag racing slicks, heavy duty suspension, racing 4 wheel disc brakes, a locked differential, a custom made titanium driveshaft, Alder Dragger wheels, and Bruckell Drag Racing Team decals on the rear quarter panels.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Sport Automatic model)
     

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  4. Cameron123102030

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    Definitely another tow truck for the d and t series
     
  5. SquarebodyChevy

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    There was a tow truck planned for the D-Series. As far as I know it was not cancelled, but there has not been any updates on it for quite a while.
     
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  6. killercar34

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    1968 - 1971 Wamego Rhino (Based off the 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner and Dodge Charger)

    The Wamego Rhino is what most people think off when you ask what a muscle car is; a RWD steel brick with a powerful V8 that loves to go fast in a straight line.

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    Standard: The Standard Rhino is powered by a 335hp 6.3L V8 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission. It came with leather seats, a AM/FM radio with a cassette player, Alder Magnum wheels, sport suspension, sport brakes, sway bars, and enough torque to spin your wheels all day long.

    GT: The Rhino GT is the Rhino that most remember, either from it being in every television show or video game people watched/played as a child. It comes with a 425hp 7.0L "Stampede" V8 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission. The Rhino GT also comes with some new options, such as a landau top, a matte black hood with a "Air Gulper" ram air hood scoop, a black or white stripe on the back of the Rhino with GT decals, thicker tires, bigger brakes, and GT Badges on the grille, trunk, and dashboard.

    Charging Rhino: The Charging Rhino was built to allow Wamego to participate in stock car racing during the 1970s and wasn't available to the public in huge numbers. It was given a aerodynamic fiberglass nose cone, rear windshield, and a fiberglass spoiler pig enough to hand your clothes on. It is powered by a modified 7.0L twin 4 barrel carb V8 that makes 550hp coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission. It also has racing slicks, racing suspension, racing brakes, a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a full padded roll cage, racing decals, and a guarantee that if you even blip the throttle in a sharp corner, you're going to spin out into the nearest tree or wall.

    The Gambler: The Gambler is a heavily modified Rhino GT built for Dakar racing driven by a man who lives on the edge and who will gladly die for the rush. It's been given a heavy duty lifted suspension kit, an AWD system, offroad tires, a skid plate that stretches under the entire car, a dakar bullbar on the front, twin spotlights on the roof, and a white and red paintjob with playing card decals on the doors. It is also powered by a modified nitrous snorting 7.0L V8 out of a modern American sports car that makes over 700hp coupled to a 5 speed racing manual transmission.

    Drag: Very few cars are as iconic on the drag strip as a classic American Muscle Car, and the Rhino is no exception. Powered by a 1500hp Supercharged V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission, this steel missile is one of the quickest cars off the line. It has also been given a pair of slicks, a full roll cage, a stripped interior, a racing bucket seat with a passenger and rear seat delete, and a "Raging Rhino" drag racing livery.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the GT automatic model)
     

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  7. killercar34

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    I've been making a lot of suggestions as of late, huh?

    Eh, one more can't hurt.

    1980 - 1986 Bruckell Rodeo (Based off the 1980/1981 Chevrolet El Camino and the 1979 Ford Ranchero)

    The fifth and final generation of the Rodeo was the send off to the American Ute as we knew it. Still built as a muscle car in truck's clothing, the Bruckell Rodeo was a truck we were all sad to see go and still hope for it's return, even to this day.

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    V6: Under the hood of the V6 model is, rather unsurprisingly, a 110hp 3.6L V6 coupled to a 3 speed automatic or manual transmission, depends on which transmission you want. It comes with the bare necessities a truck needs; some cloth seats, a functional truck bed, white line tires, A/C and a Heater, a Radio, and not much else. It's not a very good muscle car, but it's a very good project car if you can find one that's not completely rusted through.

    V8: The V8 Rodeo is powered by either a 150hp 5.0L V8, or a Diesel powered 107hp 5.7L V8 if you needed a lot more torque, coupled to a 3 speed auto or 4 speed manual transmission. It also came with leather seats, wood trim, a wooden steering wheel, bed rails, sport tires, Alder Sporter wheels, a limited slip differential, bigger brakes, and a Bruckell hood ornament.

    V8 Sport: The V8 Sport is exactly the same as the regular V8 model, aside from a few key differences, such as a tuned 230hp 5.0L V8 coupled to a 3 speed auto or 4 speed manual transmission, sport badges, racing stripes, Alder Rush wheels, sport suspension, and even an optional aerodynamic nose cone off of a 1981 - 1988 Bruckell Moonhawk.

    Fantasma: The Fantasma is a modified matte black Rodeo V8 Sport built for offroad racing. It is powered by a 500hp supercharged 5.7L V8 coupled to a 5 speed racing manual transmission. It's also been slightly lifted, given off road racing suspension, offroad tires, Black STX 15x9 Wheels, 4X4 capabilities, nitrous, a air grabber hood scoop, a roll cage that sticks out into the bed, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, nitrous, and the number 66 painted on the doors with white spray paint.

    Custom: The Rodeo Custom is a modified Rodeo V6 that's had a twin turbocharged 650hp 5.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission put in it's engine bay. It's also been given colored bumpers, trim, and grille, Clockwise 533 wheels, a Red and Silver two tone paint job, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, racing tires, 4 wheel disc brakes, and a cowl hood.

    Drag: What would a muscle car, or truck in this case, be if someone didn't modify it for Drag racing? The Drag Rodeo is powered by a 1,565hp 5.7L V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission and has been given a few other upgrades, such as racing slicks, heavy duty suspension, a locked rear diff, a stripped interior, a racing bucket driver's seat, a nomi racing wheel, and a "Hellraiser" drag racing livery.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the V8 Sport automatic model without a nosecone)
     

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  8. killercar34

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    1980 - 1992 Jargl Tegel ( Based off the 1981 Volvo 200 series and the Saab 900 )

    The Jargl Tegel was a front engine, rear wheel drive, tank in car's clothing built for the soul purpose of keeping it's occupants safe in a collision at all costs, those these cars are so slow that you'll never be going fast enough to cause serious damage to yourself or the Tegel.

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    T: Most people would assume that the T on the Tegel T stood for Turbo, but it actually stood for Traveler, which was the base model of the Tegel. It cames with a 2.0 I4 that made 116hp coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission. The Traveler model also came with cloth seats with plastic head rests, 3 point seat belts, a radio, and a drivers side air bag during the final two years of production. Air Conditioning was also a option, but you had to pay extra. Available in Sedan, Coupe, or Wagon body.

    TL: The TL, or Traveler Luxe, came with the same engine and transmission options as the Traveler, though A/C was standard. Other things that were standard were Leather seats with plastic headrests, a 8 track player, alloy wheels, and TL badges. Available in Sedan, Coupe, or Wagon body.

    TD: The TD, or Traveler Diesel, was very successful in European markets due to it's fuel economy and reliability, though very few were sold in the United States due to the declining market for Diesel family cars. It came with a 80hp 2.3L I6 Diesel engine coupled to either a 3 speed auto or 4 speed manual transmission and the same options and features as the TL trim, though the TD came with TD badges instead of TL badges. Some TD owners also complain of coolant system failures and blown head gaskets, but those are few and far between. Available in Sedan, Coupe, or Wagon body.

    TLE: The TLE, or Traveler Luxe Extra, came with a 130hp 2.6L V6 coupled to either a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission. It also comes with TLE Badges, leather headrests, a cassette player, sway bars, and a limited slip differential. Available in Sedan, Coupe, or Wagon body.

    Turbo: The Turbo Tegel was a preformance Coupe variant built for those who wanted to be safe but also have fun on country roads. It comes with Turbocharged 16v 2.0L I4 that makes 173hp coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. It also came with rear window louvers, a black lip spoiler, alloy sport wheels inspired by ETK F13-9s, sport tires, sport suspension, fog lights, and Turbo decals.

    Race: The Race Tegel is a heavily modified Tegel Turbo built for Group A racing. It came with a Turbocharged 2.1L I4 that makes 345hp, a 5 speed racing manual transmission, a racing ECU, ETC, racing tires, racing suspension, racing brakes, racing sway bars, a racing limited slip diff, a stripped interior, a full roll cage, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, racing decals, a racing body kit, and a small rear spoiler.

    Rally: The Rally Tegel is very similar to the Race Tegel, though instead of racing components, it has rally parts to make sure this brick with be quick on every surface it races on.

    Drift: The Drift Tegel is a Tegel TL Sedan with a custom built turbocharged 2.0L I4 out of a 200BX that makes 230hp, a 6 speed manual transmission, a locked rear diff, racing suspension, racing brakes, racing sway bars, a aftermarket body kit, bash bars on the front and back of the car, rear window louvers, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, Folk ET73 wheels, and a love for going sideways while spitting flames out of it's exhaust.

    Sleepy Head: The Sleepy Head is a heavily modified Tegel TLE Wagon designed to surprise once it gets on the interstate. Powered by a 950hp Twin Turbo 6.2L V8 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission, this Tegel will wipe the face off any trust fun kid who thinks he's the king of the world because his dad bought him a second hand Civetta.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the TLE Wagon)
     

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  9. Cutlass

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    The 240 and 900 are different classes
     
  10. Subo M O D E

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    Isuzu Ascender 2002
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    RWD 4 speed automatic 6 inline cylindersv
     
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  11. killercar34

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    1960 - 1966 UST King (Based off the 1960 Checkered Cab and the 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air)

    This 1950s styled Taxi survived all the the way to the 1980s without any major visual changes, but plenty of internal ones. Mass produced and cheap to buy and maintain made the United States Transporters King the perfect choice for taxi companies and even some civillians who special ordered their own Kings.

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    Taxi: This particular generation of the King gave consumers the choice of 80hp 3.7L I6 or a 195hp 4.6L V8 coupled to a 3 speed automatic transmission. Other options included a Radio, A/C, Vinyl seats, Taxi decals, a taxi light on the room, a taximeter, and not much else. Some King Taxis where even used as experimental vehicles to try and use other sources of fuel, such as propane, however it never caught on and UST went back to using regular sources of fuel in the next generation of Kings onward.

    Taxi Wagon: The King Taxi Wagon was a station wagon version of the Taxi, which should've been obvious based on it's name alone. It has the same options as the regular taxi, but it's 3.7L I6 has had it's horsepower increased to 122 instead of 80.

    Civilian: The Civilian King was made so UST could increase sales. It has the exact same engines, transmission, features, options, and body styles, though it is missing it's Taxi decals, lights, and taximeter.

    Menace: The Menace was a King Taxi that was heavily modified after the Global Meltdown of 2021. It has been painted dark red, spikes have been welded onto the front and rear bumpers, it has sport tires, sport suspension, 4 wheel disc racing brakes, armor plating over most of the body panels, roof mounted fog lights, a skid plate, and a modified 450hp 5.7L V8 out of a 1960s Muscle Car coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission. The Taxi Decals, lights, and taximeter are still equipped on the Menace, so you could still get some extra cash by giving survivors a ride to where ever they need to go, just make sure you have extra supplies, especially toilet paper, people seem to go crazy over that stuff even though it does nothing to protect themselves from the viruses and illnesses that have taken over the globe.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the propane powered Taxi model)
     

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  12. wojtlo

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    What I would personally love to see one day, would be a 2020/2021 ETK based on the BMW 7/8 series, with configurations resembling the M760Li / M850i / M8 Competition, also a 5-series sedan equivalent would be awesome. I think the body style mod for the ETK 800 should be updated as it gave so much more variety to the car
     
  13. TheArkerportian

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    Now that we have a French car maker in the BeamNG universe, how about an allegory to one of these legendaries:


    Cherrier Canard (obiously!)


    Cherrier Quatre-Ports


    Cherrier Aphrodite


    Cherrier Aphrodite as well. Cherrier kept the model name, unlike the real company.
     
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  14. Superneutrino

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    Some Space vehicles would be really nice, similar like:

    - a mars rover (Curiosity, Opportunity)

    - the Luna Roving Vehicle

    - and the new Mars vehicle by nasa (type new nasa Mars vehicle in google to see what I mean)

    :cool::cool::cool:
     
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  15. killercar34

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    2007 - 2009 Alexandria Hawk ( Based off the 2008 John Deere E100 and 2007 Craftsman DLS 3500 Riding Mowers )

    Alexandria Motors, a company who is famous for making Agricultural and Construction vehicles, decided to make a Mower with some modern conveniences and features after retiring it's older fleet of lawnmowers in the mid 2000s. The Hawk was the result of all the tinkering and designing.

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    300: The Hawk 300 was the cheapest mower you could get at your local hardware store. It is powered by a 17.5hp single cylinder 300cc engine coupled to a CVT automatic transmission that can get this mower to the blistering top speed of 5.5mph. It comes standard with cup holders, a padded seat, and a place to attach carts, spreaders, and Thatchers to pull around. Other optional attachments include a hopper attached to two rear mounted chutes, bucket holders, a plow, chains for the rear tires, weather enclosures, and various front bumpers and brush-guards. However, despite all those options, it is only available in the signature electric blue paint job that all Alexandria Agricultural vehicles are known for.

    540: The Hawk 540 is exactly the same as the 300, though it comes with a 19hp 540cc single cylinder engine instead of the 300cc engine. Every single option and attachment on the 300 is possible on the 540, though the 540 comes with storage compartment covers.

    655: The Hawk 655 is powered by a 20hp 655cc V-Twin engine coupled to the same CVT transmission in all stock Hawks, and just like the 540, all 300 options are attachable to this mower.

    724: The 724 is the most powerful Hawk you can buy. It comes with a 724cc 22hp V-Twin engine coupled to a CVT transmission and comes with every option on the 300.

    Kart: The Kart is a 724 that's been heavily modified and turned into a go kart that happens to look like a Mower. It's powered by the same 724cc 22hp V-Twin engine, but it's CVT transmission has been changed to a 6 speed sequential transmission off of a sports bike that helps this mower reach speeds over 45mph,and all of the equipment needed for this to be a functional mower have been removed along with most of the body, aside from the hood, to shed off excess weight. It's also been lowered, given different wheels and tires, a live rear axle, a tighter steering ratio, and given racing decals.

    Exterior: (Based off the 300 without any attachments)
     

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    Cherrier C600
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  17. killstreak451

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    all you do is post car suggestions with long descriptions, despite the fact that devs probably aren't reading them.
    that's some dedication dude
     
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  18. killercar34

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    Thanks, it's a bit of a hobby now.
     
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    1994 - 2005 Bruckell Commando (Based off the 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier and the 1999 Dodge Stratus)

    The Bruckell Commando was Bruckell's attempt at making a cheap gas sipping eco-friendly car that lower class blue collar families could afford, but due to budget cuts and corner skipping, the Bruckell Commando left a legacy of being a car that would either rust away or catch fire the second it rolled off the dealer's lot.

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    Beater: The Commando Beater is exactly how you remember most Commandos look. Faded paint with a peeling clear coat, it's Sedan body covered in dents and scratches, faded plastic bumpers, a 2.2L OHV I4 that's knocking on heaven's door and only making about 80hp, tires balder then your Uncle, torn up front seats from having someone's fat ass sliding on and off of them for years, and a missing radio from when some Gang-banger smashed the window and yanked it out of the console.

    The Felon: The Felon is a Dark Green Base Commando Sedan used as a Getaway car for two felons who managed to escape custody by driving like mad men. As a result of this Joyride to freedom, the Felon's suspension is shot, the exhaust is damaged from being scrapped against speed-bumps and curbs, the brakes are faded, the engine is overheated, and the body has more bullet-holes in it then a "Welcome to Alabama" sign.

    Base: The Base Commando is what the Beater once was before all of the neglect and abuse. It is powered by a 110hp 2.2L OHV I4 coupled to a 3 speed automatic transmission, though 5 speed manual transmissions were optional for the Coupe Commandos. The Base Commando also comes with Black plastic bumpers,, Black plastic trim, cloth seats, a AM/FM Radio with a Cassette player, A/C, a Heater, Steelies, 4 wheel disc brakes, and a very aggressive ABS system.

    ES: The Commando ES was essentially the Base model with colored bumpers and trim and a 4 speed automatic transmission instead of a 3 speed one. It also came with a CD player, alloy wheels, and slightly more comfortable cloth seats were added on the interior.

    RS: The Commando RS was suppose to be the "Sport" model of Commando lineup, but it's just as cheaply built as any other Commando. It is powered by a 130hp 2.2L DOHC I4 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission, though the Coupe and Convertible bodies got optional 5 speed manual transmissions. It also came with "Sport" suspension, sway bars, medium compound tires, 5 spoke wheels, a less aggressive ABS system, and completely new bucket cloth front seats.

    SC: The SC, also known as Super Coupe/Convertible, Commando is the top of the line model, built for speed and handling while managing to not be fast or enjoyable to drive. It is powered by a 150hp 2.4L DOHC I4 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission only. It also came with sport suspension, sport sway bars, bigger brakes with vented front brake discs, leather seats, a sunroof for the Coupe version, a improved sound system with a better Radio, and colored mirrors.

    SC Supercharged: The SC Supercharged is exactly the same as the regular SC model, though it comes with the optional SR7 Supercharger only available by bringing your SC Commando to the Dealership and ask to have it installed. It may only make 4.7PSI, but that's enough to increase the SC's horsepower from 150 to 190 and given a hefty increase to it's torque. It also comes with Supercharger decals on the bottom of the doors and Folk ZT55 wheels.

    Rally: The Rally Commando is a RS Coupe that someone rebuilt for the purpose of competing in a Amateur Rally Championship outside of their small town. It comes with a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, rally suspension, rally sway bars, racing brakes, rally tires, aftermarket light pods, a quick ratio 6 speed manual transmission, a Supercharged 2.4L DOHC I4 out of the SC Supercharged Commando that's been tuned to make 220hp, rally decals, and a aftermarket "Raspberry Bomb" exhaust.

    Custom: The Custom is a heavily modified SC Coupe that looks like it came straight out of the late 1990s car scene. It comes with a 350hp custom built Turbocharged 2.4L DOHC I4 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission, racing coilovers, racing sway bars, racing brakes, racing tires, a ridiculous body kit, a carbon fiber hood with a hood scoop, twin roof scoops, a park bench spoiler, a Dark Purple paint job, white Tiger decals, purple neon, massive subwoofers in the trunk, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, nitrous, Chrome Okudai PR02 wheels, a straight pipe exhaust loud enough to deafen everyone within a 3 mile radius, and endless amounts of shame for the person who chooses to drive this monstrosity unironically.

    Exterior and interior: (Based off the ES Sedan model)
     

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  20. thegaming11

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