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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. michael_zowski

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    This would be so cool!
     
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  2. Franz027

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    thanks bro. i hope this could be a good idea
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    1952-1978 Cherrier Marsellaise (based in a 1955-1975 citroen ds)

    This car has a lot of configurations: Base, Beater, Cabriolet, Break, Pompiers (base and Wagon), Sedan (based in a citroen ds chapron majesty saloon), Old French Police, limousine (based in the Citroen DS 21 of the french president Charles De Gaulle), 60th anniversary (based in a Citroen DS Henri Chapron Lorraine)
    Versions: 1.9, 2.1, 2.2
    Horsepowers: from 90 CV to 142 CV
    Max Speed: 150 km/h
    From 0 to 100: 15.6 seconds
    Price: 35.000 $
    Transmission: Manual/Automatic
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    2000-2006 Blackpool Rotterdam (based on a 1999-2005 Rover 75)

    Configurations: Base, Hearse, Break, Police, Polizei, 2004 facelifted, V8 sterling
    Versions: 1.7, 2.0, 2.4, 4.6 for V8 version
    Max Speed: 225 km/h
    From 0 to 100: 8.2 seconds
    Price: from 23.765 $ to 55.000 $
    Transmission: Automatic
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    1958-1993 ETK T-Series (Based on a 1954-1963 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing)

    Configurations: Base, Roadster, 1993 rework (based on a 1992 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL AMG), Rally
    Versions: 3.0
    Price: 2.000.000 $
    Max Speed: 220 km/h
    From 0 to 100 Km/h: 11.0 seconds
    Transmission: Manual
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    1989-1997 Soliad Kramler (based on a 1990-1997 Lincoln Town Car)

    Configurations: base, beater, presidential, limousine, drag, race, detective, lowrider
    Price: 32.875 $
    From 0 to 100 km/h: 11.3 seconds
    Max Speed: 190 km/h
    Transmissions: automatic
     
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  3. Nathan24™

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    I think your suggestions are good but they won't fit in Beam's lore. Don't go for a carbon copy of a real-life design, try to mix in different styling, like how Beam's vehicles are.
     
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  4. Franz027

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    ahh ok. thank you =)
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    and i'm not very good to do this. i'll do my best
     
  5. SpingeBill

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    We have 2 kinds of coupe muscle cars in BeamNG, all of which are from the 70s and early 80s. which leaves a gap that fans of 90s and 00s muscle cars like me have been wanting to be fill. perhaps someone can make a car based off the MN12 Thunderbird or SN95 and New Edge Mustang?
     
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  6. Angry carpet

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    1998-2004 New Ibishu Covet

    Configs: beater(1.5l M), base(1.5l M), BeamBurger delivery(1.5 M), city(1.7l M/A), swing(2.0l M/A), x sport(turbo 2.0 M), street tuned(turbo tuned 2.2"racer engine"M), rally (x-tuned"turbo racer engine"M)
    Transmission: automatic (4 speed), manual (5/6 speed)
    Base price: 12.500

    2002 front fascia
    (based off Opel Corsa B - old fascia and Opel Corsa C - new fascia)
     
  7. Franz027

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    1985-1999 Cherrier Francoise
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    Rear
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    This car has 5 configurations: Base, Beater, Rally, RS, Gendarmerie
    Transmission: manual, 5
    Price: 10.500 $
    Version: 1.2, 1.5, 1.8, 2.5
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    1930-1940 Burnside Silverson
    Base of car: Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow (1933)

    Front: AUBURN 851 SC Boattail Speedster (1935)

    Rear-End: Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic (1938)

    Horsepowers: 200 CV
    Version: 3.3
    Max Speed: 156 km/h
    From 0 to 100 km/h: 13.5 seconds
    Transmission: Manual, 4
     
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  8. Nathan24™

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    What you have in those pics are 1980's designs, which wouldn't work on a 2000-2004 car. Usually, around that time, automakers went with more rounded shapes, like this Renault Twingo:
     
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  9. Franz027

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    and if i change the years of production?
    what do u think about the second suggestion?
     
  10. CaptainZoll

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    instead of just coming up with entirely new vehicles, why not consider some heavily modified versions of existing vehicles, similar to the hopper rock crawler?
    bruckel legran BMSA

    similar to IRL IMSA silhouette cars, this is a fully overhauled LeGran, with a FR layout V8 drivetrain in a custom tube chassis, set up as a track or oval racing car.

    Ibishu 200BX Pro Drift car

    unlike the existing drift config, this would be much more extremely modified, having a similar tube chassis in the front and rear, tied into the rollcage, and custom front suspension with nearly 90° of steering angle. perhaps powered by a turbo'd gavril 5.5 V8.

    ETK K series GTD

    another race car, this time much more grounded to the stndard chassis. likely powered by a modified TTsport V8 found in to-be-introduced factory configs, but with a bunch of extra race parts.
     
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  11. Franz027

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    Good mornig to everybody. i wanna suggest today an another car: I would like to introduce you my new idea. An ETK:

    1984-1993 ETK V-series
    Base: (Ford Sierra 1982-1987)

    Front: (VW Passat B3 1988-1993)

    Rear-End: (Audi 5000 1983-1991)
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    Configurations: Polizei, Base, Beater, Facelift 1993 (sierra's front), Wagon, Undercover Polizei, Special 30th year of ETK (based on the Sierra Cosworth), Rally, Coupe
    Max speed: 215 Km/h
    From 0 to 100 Km/h: 10.5 seconds
    Versions: 1.5, 2.2, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5
    Price: 12.550 $
     
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  12. Mr. Bob 2

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    Hey i'm suggesting any 20-30ft travel trailer (and one big one), here are some examples:1 Gulf Stream innsbruck 288isl










    2: keystone bullet 243bhs











    3: (the big one) Cherokee Destination RV 39CA








    4: (last one) Forest River Grey Wolf 23MK











    that, all!
     
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    IMG_20200127_152421691_HDR.jpg IMG_20200127_152435614.jpg IMG_20200202_171729506_HDR.jpg A mid-2000's midsized American SUV is something that I think would be a lot of fun to have in BeamNG. I own a 2004 GMC Envoy, but the Chevy Trailblazer is also pretty similar in design. (Pictures of my Envoy are attached)
     
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  14. killercar34

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    1980 - 1988 Burnside V8 (Based off the 1985 Mercury Grand Marquis and the 1986 Cadillac Deville)

    One of the last land-barges ever built, the V8 was Burnside's attempt to appease to as many people as possible. Because of this, the V8 was one of Burnside's most successful models in the 1980s. 1980s V8s were also know for being able to take a lot of punishment before giving up the ghost, which also made the V8 popular with taxi companies and police departments.

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    Beater: Faded paint, faded chrome, dirty glass, worn suspension, a exhausted 4.9L V8, the Beater V8 is probably how you remember seeing most Burnside V8s. At least the seats are still comfy!

    Standard: Comes with a 140hp 4.9L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission.

    Luxe: Comes with a 150hp 4.9L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission, leather seats, a landau top, wood trim, chrome exterior trim, and a LSD.

    Wagon: The Wagon V8 is a station wagon version of the Luxe V8 that comes with a two tone paint job and bigger brakes.

    Luxe-Sport: The Luxe-Sport is similar to the Luxe, but it comes with a 180hp 5.8L V8 instead of a 4.9, stiffer suspension, sway bars, sport tires, alloy wire wheels, 4 wheel disc brakes, integrated bumpers, and Luxe-Sport badges.

    Coupe: A two door version of the Luxe that has been given a 180hp 5.8L V8 and the option of having a 5 speed manual transmission.

    Convertible: A Coupe V8 with no roof.

    Limo: The Limo V8 is a Luxe V8 that's been stretched to be about 30 feet long and has been given a extra rear-facing bench seat put behind the driver's seat. It has also been given a reinforced frame, heavy duty suspension, bigger brakes, and has a 180hp 5.8L V8 put in it's engine bay.

    Taxi: The Taxi is a Standard V8 that's been given Taxi decals, a Taxi sign, a Taxi meter, heavy duty suspension, and steelies.

    Police: The Police V8 is a Standard V8 that's been given a tuned 5.8L V8 that makes 195hp coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission, heavy duty suspension, sport tires, 4 wheel disc brakes, a ram bar, red and blue light bar, and steelies.

    Bad Wagon: The Bad Wagon is a Wagon V8 that's been painted Black and given a Cop motor, cop tires, cop suspension, and cop shocks.

    Race: The Race V8 is a Luxe-Sport that's been rebuilt to dominate the race track. It's been given a 465hp 5.7L V8, a 6 speed racing transmission, racing suspension, tires, brakes, sway bars, quick ratio steering, a stripped interior, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, and a shift light.

    Offroad: The Offroad V8 is basically a V8 Luxe that's been put onto a D-series frame and lifted. It has also been given a 450hp 5.7L V8, a 6 speed racing transmission, 4X4 capabilities, a skid plate, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, and a aftermarket tachometer.

    Drag: The Drag is a Luxe-Sport V8 that's been fed Steroids. It is powered by a 1,100hp 5.7L Supercharged V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag automatic transmission. It has also been given a welded rear diff, a major lift in the rear to fit massive semi slick tires, a stripped interior, a padded roll cage, a fuel cell and battery in the trunk, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, a aftermarket tachometer, and a Burnside Drag Team livery.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Luxe model)
     

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  15. JDMguy05

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    Heads up: you don't need to put your font size up all the way.
     
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  16. Franz027

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    1985-2001 ETK Vonstern
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    Base:

    Rear-End:

    Max Speed: 275 Km/h
    From 0 to 100: 6.8 seconds
    Configurations: Base, Rally, Polizei, Sport, LWB, Undercover Polizei, Notarzt, Feuerwehr, Hearse, Wagon
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    1975-1990 Bruckell Mont Blanc
    Base:

    Front:

    Rear-End:

    Configurations: Base, Beater, Sheriff, Old Belasco Police, Highway Patrol, Drag, Presidential, Detective, Lowrider, Diesel, Hearse, Convertible, Coupe
    Max Speed: 205 km/h
    From 0 to 100 km/h: 9.5 seconds
     
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  17. MatthewStevenGo

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    1989 Nissan Chapeau (Ibishu Boxy Concept Car)




    Layout:
    = FWD
    Engine:
    = 1.2 L I4
    = 1.4 L I4
    = 1.0L I3
     
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  18. Franz027

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    1988-2001 Ibishu Shangai (Based in a 1989-1997 Lexus LS400)

    Configurations: Base, Beater, Japanese Police, Drift, Sport, Undercover Police, Donk, Lowrider
    Max Speed: 225 Km/h
    From 0 to 100 Km/h: 9.7 seconds
    Transmission: 5-speed automatic transmission
    Engines: 4.6 Petrol, 4.6 Diesel, 5.0 Hybrid
    Horsepowers: From 367 to 394 Cv (from 270 to 290 kW)
    Price: 25.600 $
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    1989-1996 Hirochi Nashiko (based in a 1988-1994 Nissan Cefiro A31)

    Configurations: Base, Beater, Drift, Detective Atsumori Hasegawa (Undercoevr Police)
    Transmission: 5-speed manual transmission, 5-speed automatic transmission
    Engines: 2.0 petrol, 2.4 diesel, 2.5 petrol/diesel, 4.0 for drift config.
    Max Speed: 185 km/h
    Price: 20.000 $
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    1977-1990 Autobello Mondasi (based in a 1978-1988 Fiat Ritmo)

    Configurations: Base
    1990 facelift (Based in 1983 Fiat Ritmo Facelift)

    Carabinieri

    Autobello 30th anniversary (based in a Ritmo Abarth)
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    3-doors

    Engines: 1.0, 1.1, 1.3, 1.5, 1.6, 2.0 (all of these Petrol), 1.7, 2.0 Diesel
    Transmission: 5-speed manual, 4-speed automatic
    Max Speed: 210 Km/h
    From 0 to 100: 19.5 seconds
    Price: 13.500 $
     
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  19. HeadlightsThePerson

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    1979-1983 Burnside Finale
    Lore: (Didn’t Burnside go outta business in the early 80s? Correct me if I’m wrong) Ok, the Finale was the final model that Burnside made before its closure in 1983. Well, the name stated it... and... ah, nevermind. I don’t have the words right now.

    Configs:
    Base 2-door: A standard Finale powered by a gasoline i6.
    Base 4-door: Same as above, but with 4 doors.
    Luxe 4-door: A beautiful Finale that is powered by a gasoline V8.
    HD 2-door: Made for pulling travel trailers throughout Utah with no problem. Powered by a diesel V8
    HD 4-door: Same as above, but with 4-doors.
    Sport 2-door: A speedy SUV. That’s all. Powered by a TURBOCHARGED gasoline V8.
    Off-road: A 2-door ready to take on ANYTHING! Powered by a turbocharged diesel V6.
    The Finale: The last Burnside ever made. It’s a 4-door with a 2-tone paint job, Alder Luxo rims (If that’s what they’re called), and a Stage 1 supercharged V8.
     
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  20. Alex_Farmer557

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    that's like calling a car the "ford going out of business"
    not a great name
     
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