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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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  1. FlippyJimJams

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    There was a cool turbine engine mod for the burnside, maybe something like that but offical. In the 60's they made very few turbine cars
     
  2. killercar34

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    1999 - 2005 Jeong Mantis (Based off the 2001 Hyundai Accent and 2002 Kia Rio)

    "Eco and budget friendly"

    The Jeong Mantis isn't a sedan/liftback coupe that has racing heritage or the ability to impress anyone you know, but what it does have is the ability to get you from A to B while sipping on gas and keeping you safe if you ever get into a accident. The Mantis makes for a great first car, even if it's reliability can be questionable if it isn't taken care of.

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    The Zero: The Zero is a Mantis DOHC ST sedan that's been used and abused by a irresponsible teenager for the past decade. It's 1.5L I4 engine is knocking on Car Heaven's door, the body is covered in scratches, dirt, and rust spots, most of the panels are different colors, three of the hubcaps are missing, the grille is busted, and the passenger side mirror has been knocked off. Will you listen to this little sedan's cries for help?

    The Hero: The Hero is a Mantis ST SOHC Coupe that's been gutted and rebuilt for dirt track racing. It's been given a stripped interior, a racing bucket seat, a Nomi racing wheel, a skid plate, removed lights, and the number 49 put on the doors with white tape.

    EF: The base of all base models, the Mantis EF was designed to get as many miles out of one gallon of gas as possible and not much else. It's been given hard compound tires, taller gears, and it's taken every single measure to lose as much weight as possible. The EF doesn't even come with hubcaps, floor mats, or even A/C as standard. What it does have though is a 82hp 1.3L I4 engine coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. Available only in the coupe body.

    ST: The most popular trim of the Mantis, the ST is powered by either a 92hp SOHC or 102hp DOHC 1.5L I4 coupled to either a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission. It also came with accessories like power windows, power locks, a partial leather wrap steering wheel, and a cigarette lighter.

    LX: The LX is the best trim level of the Mantis lineup. It comes with a 106hp 1.6L DOHC I4 coupled to either a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission. It also comes with a small rear spoiler, fog lights, alloy wheels, and a optional sunroof.

    Street Tuned: This heavily modified Mantis LX Coupe was popular in the early 2000s, but is now just mocked and ridiculed for not having the same body kit, paint job, and stance as every other car at modern car shows. It's powered by a 1.5L DOHC I4 out of a Ibishu Covet that's had a turbocharger, inter-cooler, racing headers, and a custom titanium exhaust system slapped onto it that allows this coupe to push over 235hp to the wheels. It's also been given a 6 speed racing manual transmission, a LSD, a Mighty-flex body kit and spoiler, white tribal flame decals with a black outline, shopping list stickers on the doors, Ibishu Type-LVS wheels, euro style tailights, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, a roll cage, coilovers, sport tires, sway bars, and underglow that matches the color of the car.

    Drag: This Mantis ST Coupe has been fed steroids and let loose on the drag strip. It is powered by a completely custom 700hp 1.5L DOHC I4 capable of sucking down a 100-shot of nitro with a turbo so big it sticks out of the front bumper coupled to a 5 speed drag racing manual transmission. The Drag Mantis has also been given heavy duty suspension, a welded diff, extremely thick drag tires up front, Okudai KRW wheels, a wheelie bar, a stripped interior, one racing bucket seat, a Nomi racing wheel, and a Praying Mantis livery.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the ST Manual Sedan)
     

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  3. FlippyJimJams

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    There should be a "Ken" edition lol. Get it? Ken Jeong?
     
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  4. killercar34

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    1968 - 1970 Wamego Contender (Based off the 1969 Dodge Charger and 1970 Pontiac GTO)

    "The American Icon"

    The Wamego Contender is the classic muscle car that every director, stuntman, and redneck has been trying to destroy since the very first car rolled off the assembly line. Wamego advertised the Contender by saying that if you looked up "Muscle Car" in a dictionary, you would just see a picture of a Contender.

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    The Calamity: The Calamity use to be a infamous getaway car in the mid 1970s before it was abandoned in a barn. Now this Contender GT is covered in dust, dirt, rust, cobwebs, scratches, and bullet holes. I don't think this car will getaway from anything without a major overhaul or a firm push down a steep hill.

    I6: The I6 is the most affordable Contender available, mostly because no one wants the I6 version of any muscle car. It is powered by a 145hp 3.7L I6 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or manual transmission.

    V8: The step up from the I6, the V8 is offered with either a 2 barrel or 4 barrel carb 6.3L V8, the 2 barrel version making 290hp and the 4 barrel making 330hp, along with the option of having a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission. It also come with alloy wheels, sway bars, and a tachometer.

    GT: The GT is the top dog of the Contender lineup. It comes with the choice of having a 375hp 7.2L or a 425hp 7.0L V8 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission. It also had accessories such as leather seats, wood interior trim, a wooden steering wheel, sport suspension, sport brakes, a LSD, sport tires, Alder Magnum wheels, fog lights, and GT badges and decals.

    GTX: The GTX was an experimental redesign for the Contender GT. The front grille has been rebuilt to be more aerodynamic, the rear window was made flush, the car was slightly lowered, and unnecessary luxury features were removed from the interior to make the car lighter. Only a couple hundred of these cars were ever built, so try not to destroy it.

    Talladega: The Talladega is a modified 426 Contender built for stock car racing. It's been given a nose cone, pop up headlights, a giant rear spoiler, lightweight leather bucket seats, quick ratio steering, and a 4 speed racing manual transmission with a longer final gear that allows the Talladega to reach speeds over 200mph.

    Talladega Pro: The Talladega Pro is an actual Contender Talladega Stock Car. It's been given a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, a front splitter, racing slick tires, steelies, racing suspension, racing brakes, a racing LSD, and a Wamego Racing Division livery.

    Drift: A Supercharged V8 Contender with a welded diff and a 4 speed racing manual transmission, racing suspension, racing brakes, side exit exhausts, STX wheels, sport tires, a Talladega spoiler, and a drift missile livery that was built to go sideways.

    The General: This bright orange 426 Contender GT has been modified to race through the woods at full throttle and handle a few jumps without being completely mangled. It's modifications include a roll cage, a modified carburetor, a racing transmission, offroad tires, nitrous, a skid plate, offroad racing suspension, having the number 65 painted on the doors, which are welded shut, an American Flag painted on the roof, and a la cucaracha horn.

    Outlaw: This heavily modified, wheelie popping, nitrous snorting Contender GT has been rebuilt more times then it's owner can count after being wrecked over and over again. It is powered by a stage 3 supercharged 900hp 7.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed racing automatic transmission with a ratchet shifter, and has been given heavy duty suspension, a welded rear diff, Chrome Alder Powr-Push wheels, a roll cage, a racing bucket seat, a Nomi racing wheel, and a aftermarket gauge cluster.

    Drag: The Drag is very similar to the Outlaw, the only differences being that the Drag makes around 1700hp with a stage 4 supercharged 7.2L V8 with side pipes, and it has a Screaming Eagle livery.

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

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  5. FlippyJimJams

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    i second this motion
     
  6. killercar34

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    1993 - 2000 Autobello Lepre (Based off the 1998 Fiat Coupe and the 1999 Alfa Romeo GTV)

    "Agilità impareggiabile"

    The Autobello Lepre is a compact front wheel drive coupe that takes pride in it's agility rather then horsepower or build quality. Don't underestimate the Lepre's FF layout thought, as it can leave plenty of FR and even AWD cars behind in the corners."

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    1.8: The Lepre 1.8 comes with a 129hp 1.8L I4 and a 5 speed manual transmission. While it may not have the most equipment compared to the more expensive models, it is the lightest. Quick ratio steering, sport suspension, and sport sway bars also come as standard.

    2.0: The Lepre 2.0 comes with the choice of a 137hp 2.0L 16v I4 or a 145hp 20v I5 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. It's also been given a sport exhaust system, longer headers, a lip spoiler, and sport brakes.

    2.0 Turbo: The Lepre 2.0 Turbo comes with a turbocharged 187hp 16v I4 or 217hp 20v I5 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. It's also been given a slightly different front bumper, leather seats, a leather wrapped steering wheel, red brake calipers, and turbo badges.

    2.0 Turbo X: The 2.0 Turbo X is the most desired and rarest Lepre of the lineup. It included a 6 speed manual transmission, a push button start, racing seats, Sparko racing pedals, and a body color matching trim on the dash.

    Rally: This lightly modified 2.0 I4 Turbo was built for rally racing. It's been given rally suspension, racing brakes, rally tires, Derid RallyPro wheels, a skid plate, light pods, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, a roll cage, and Corse rally decals.

    Autocross: The Autocross is a modified Lepre 2.0 I4 designed to navigate very tricky and short courses as fast as possible. It's been given a cold air intake, very sticky tires, Folk ET73 wheels, racing brakes, a small aftermarket front splitter, a small rear spoiler, a rear diffuser, racing bucket seats, and sponsor stickers on the doors, rear fender, and hood.

    Street tuned: The Street tuned is a modified 2.0 Turbo I4. It's been given a slightly bigger turbo charger, a custom exhaust system, racing seats, a Nomi racing wheel, stiffer sway bars, coilovers, two-tone Alder Basketweave wheels, sport tires, a rear diffuser, and a AWD conversion.

    Drag: This heavily modified AWD Lepre 2.0 I5 Turbo was built to prove that you don't need a classic American muscle car to build a good drag car. With a Turbocharged 650hp 20v I5 coupled to a modified 5 speed manual transmission, this Lepre is starting the boast the same amount of horsepower as certain super cars.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the 2.0 Turbo model)
     

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  7. ScriptWork

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    Man you are pumping out some great car ideas.
     
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  8. killercar34

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    1950 - 1963 Oxford Knight (Based off the 1953 AEC Regent III and the 1954 Leyland Titan buses)

    "Mass Transport for a new era"

    The Oxford Knight is a British double-decker bus designed to transport as many people as humanly possible and nothing else. It's top heavy, slow, cumbersome, ill equipped, and not as strong as you would think, but at least it can deliver twice as many people as an average bus can.

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    Derby: This 9.6L Knight has had it's interior almost completely hallowed out, aside from the drivers cabin of course, and it's been covered in graffiti. Why you might ask? Well, to enter into a bus demolition derby of course!

    Stunt: The Stunt Knight was made for a low budget action movie back in the early 60s. To make a long story short, the top deck of this derelict 7.6L Knight was cut off, welded back on in the front corners, and then the bus would drive under a low overpass, causing the top of the bus to come clean off while the bottom half drives out the other side. It's a pretty neat parlor trick, but it can only be done once.

    Standard: The Standard Knight comes with a 125hp 9.6L Diesel I6 that makes 335lbf∙ft of torque (Or a 7.6L I6 that made 140hp and 430lbf∙ft of torque from an older model Knight if Oxford didn't have 9.6s to put in the new one), coupled to a 6 speed preselective transmission. There's not much else to say about the Knight, but what else can you expect from a 1950s bus built on a shoestring budget.

    The Patriot: A Standard 7.6L Knight with a Union Jack livery. God save the Queen!

    Drag: How do you make a bus this big go fast you might ask? By ripping out the engine and putting a massive jet engine in place of the lower deck sitting area of course! Now this Knight is capable of reaching speeds over 300mph!

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Standard Knight)
     

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  9. Subo M O D E

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    2014 SMC (Suwon Motor company) Frenzy
    2014 Kia Sorento
    Specifications:

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    Valve System DOHC with dual CVVT DOHC with dual CVVT
    Horsepower (hp @ rpm) 191 hp @ 6,300 rpm 290 hp @ 6,400 rpm
    Torque (lb. ft. @ rpm) 181 lb. ft. @ 4,250 rpm 252 lb. ft. @ 5,200 rpm
    Bore x stroke 88 x 97 (3,465 x 3,819) 92 x 84 (3,622
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  10. FlippyJimJams

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    I know I've said it before but we need either a 1920's or 30's cars, (only era we're missing) or a Soviet car. Like a trabant or a yugo, just some generic shitty soviet car
     
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  11. killercar34

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    2003 - 2009 Bruckell Hauler Transit (Based off the 2004 Chevrolet Express G3500 and 2005 Ford E450)

    "Carry the weight of the world"

    The Bruckell Hauler Transit is a modified Hauler X500 that's been turned into a small bus. It may not be able to haul as many passengers as a Wentward, but because of it's cheap price and small size, it's very popular in small towns or developing cities.

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    Party Crasher: The Party Crasher is a 6.6L Transit School Bus that's been pulled from a junkyard for one last dance with death. It's been stripped, given a roll cage around the driver's seat, and covered in graffiti. What are you waiting for? Go cause some mayhem already!

    Fleet: Your average Hauler Transit, available with a gas powered 300hp 6.0L or diesel powered 360hp 6.6L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission. All Fleet Hauler Transits only come in white.

    V10: This special version of the Transit was only available from 2005 to 2007. It is powered by a 305hp 6.8L Diesel V10 coupled to a 5 speed automatic transmission. Sure, it makes less horsepower then the 6.6L V8, but that extra gear ensures that it's faster, which helps with highway driving.

    School Bus: A 6.6L Transit with a School Bus livery. It also comes with extendable stop signs on the side, a crossing arm on the front, and red flashing lights.

    Transporter: This modified V10 Hauler was designed to transport criminals to and from prison. It has bars over the windows, police decals, a ram bar, and red and blue flashing lights.

    Survivor: The Survivor is a heavily modified matte black 6.6L Hauler was built to survive a zombie apocalypse, even though there's no such thing as zombies. It comes with a reinforced snow plow mounted on the front with the words "DIE MY DARLING" painted on it, spot lights mounted on the roof, bars over the windows, steel plates welded onto various areas of the body as makeshift armor, covers over the rear wheels, and it's been given a semi truck horn.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the School Bus)
     

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  12. HeadlightsThePerson

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    1986 Bruckell Harambe
    Description: Your average 80s SUV. A old reliable box on wheels. Tune it for the trail, or drive it of a cliff. The choice is yours.
    Configs:
    The Unloved: As the name suggests, this Harambe was left in the open for thirty years before being revived by two rednecks. It sits in waiting within the yard of the rednecks.
    i6: The baseline Harambe. Perfect for a family. Comes in Manual and Automatic.
    V8: A more speedy and reliable Harambe than the i6. Comes in only manual.
    Police: Equipped with 1980s standard police equipment.
    Fire Chief: Equipped with an FD wrap and lightbar.
    EMS: Equipped with First Aid supplies, wrap, and lightbar.
    V8 Zephyr: A special and rare sports SUV, comes in manual only.
    Trail Rig: A off-road SUV made for yeeting mud, grass, and dirt.

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  13. bdog 72

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    the 1950 - 1963 Oxford Knight and the 2003 - 2009 Bruckell Hauler Transit are grate ideas
     
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  14. nortenho

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    dodge dart 73=stallion taroman

    Base v8_318


    GC(Gram Coupe)_v8 318


    Luxe_v8 318


    R/T_sport 318


    THH(The Hemi Hammer)_392 hemi
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    440 killer_you know the engine of this car
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    vehicles on this pic are:
    base, GS, Luxe, SE, THH = dodge dart 73
    R/T = dodge charger R/T 1971-1972
    440 killer =
     
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  15. minemoose96

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    A Neat and nice car any novice modders could test themselves with is trying to recreate Sweden's most sold car in Beamng Drive. aka The "Ahlgrens Bil".



    Cheers! ;)
     
  16. FlippyJimJams

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    ? Was that a joke? Lol
     
  17. Subo M O D E

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    2008 Gavril Berserk
    2008 Ford F250
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    Torque 365 lb-ft @ 3750 rpm
    Base engine size 5.4 l
    Horsepower 300 hp @ 5000 rpm
    Turning circle 56.5 ft.
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    Ibishu Minivet
    Mitsubishi Minica
    Specification:

    Length 3,175 mm (125.0 in)
    Width 1,395 mm (54.9 in)
    Height 1,315 mm (51.8 in)
    Curb weight 565 kg (1,246 lb)

     
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    2009-2011 Hirochi 9-X3
    (Saab 9-3x AWD or FWD)

    Engines: 1.9 180 HP Twin Turbo Diesel
    Tuned 1.9 216 HP Twin Turbo Diesel
    2.0 Turbo Petrol 208 HP
    2.0 Turbo PowerBio 209 HP (Based on the BioPower engine)
    2.2 Turbo Diesel 125 HP (From a 9-5) --Not from factory on a 9-3x in real life
    2.3t Petrol (Top model from a 9-3 or 9-5, 260 BHP) --Not from factory on a 9-3x in real life

    Dimensions:
    Length : 467 cm or 183.86 inches
    Width : 176.2 cm or 69.37 inches
    Height : 156.3 cm or 61.54 inches

    Transmissions: 6 Speed Manual Or Automatic (Any engine)
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  19. killercar34

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    1957 - 1960 Burnside Marauder (Based off the 1958 Buick Super 8 and the 1959 Chrysler Windsor Coupes)

    "American Luxury"

    The Burnside Marauder was made to challenge foreign luxury and performance cars that started coming over to the US in the late 50s. It's too bad that Burnside had no idea how to make a car that was both luxurious and fast, because all the Marauder turned out to be is the late 50s land barge, spongy suspension included, with a high performance V8.

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    Relic: The Relic is a Marauder Custom that's been sitting in some guy's backyard for the past 30 years. It's red paint is faded, it's covered in rust, the interior is torn, and the vinyl top is heavily sun damaged. But trust me, she'll start.

    Standard: The Standard comes with a 250hp 6.0L V8 coupled to a 3 speed automatic transmission. It's as simple as a 50s luxury car can get.

    Special: The Special comes with a 300hp 6.0L V8 coupled to a 3 speed automatic transmission, just like every stock Marauder after the Special. It also has whitewall tires, a little bit more chrome trim, and an optional vinyl top.

    Custom: The Custom is the most popular trim of the Marauder. It comes with a now standard vinyl top, leather seats, body colored interior trim, even more exterior chrome trim, sway bars, and a AM/FM radio instead of just a AM one.

    Ultimate: The Ultimate is the final and most expensive stock trim of the Marauder. It comes with sport brakes, sport tires, chrome wheels with a body colored lip instead of hubcaps, a tachometer, and a billet grille.

    Lowrider: This modified Marauder Ultimate is built to bounce to the rhythm of your favorite tunes. It's been given a green paint job with gold pinstripes, Alder Luxo wheels, whitewall tires, a plush interior, and a chain steering wheel.

    Dead Sled: A Halloween themed lead sled with a chop top, Grim Reaper decals, a flamethrower exhaust kit, chrome Alder Powr-Push wheels, and a supercharger that boosts this Marauder's horsepower to around 415.

    Sleeper: A rust covered Marauder Special with a 700hp secret under it's hood.

    Drag: A heavily modified 1,468hp Marauder Custom built to dominate the drag strip.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Special model)
     

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  20. HeadlightsThePerson

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    Do you smell it?









    Huh?
























    SMELLS LIKE SPOOKTOBER.
     
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