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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
Nope, I'm completely Sincere
yeah i got the joke it took me a bit lol
Dear, Forum reader or Dev Team
I have an idea for a medium duty truck. Which is in the middle of the T-series and D-series. This would be based off of the 2020 Ford F-650 and F-750. In section A im going to go over the models and unfits of the truck. Finally in section B i will talk about the specs of the truck.
Both the F650 and F750 look similar.
There is 3 cab sizes Single, Extended, and Crew Cab
The F650 is mainly sold as a cutaway but can be also have a pick up bed (which i think will be bad a word)
There is many upfits and models that are with the f650, here is a list of upfit ideas that can work with the truck
1. dump truck
2. A flatbed, which can be a static flatbed, and a moving car flatbed
3. A utility upfit, which can have a small crane included. (which would be cool for lifting cars)
4. Water Truck
The truck can take 2 fuels gasoline or diesel
Here are the specs, from the ford website
I hope you liked my vehicle idea.
Peugeot 505 on etk-i body (etk-505 ?)
y'all might hate suv's but having a 2012 ford explorer-esc car would be hilarious
DK'BUS Marine fleet bus (ETK-66250B)
= 6.3 L I6 (225 kW ~ 301 HP)
= 6-speed automatic (control module-powered, like the real-world Allison and Voith transmissions)
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1981-1985 Ford Laser (Gavril Squire)
1984 Headlamp facelift:
= 1.3 L I4
= 1.6 L I4
= 2.0 L I4
= 4-speed manual
= 5-speed manual
= 3-speed automatic
2005 - 2006 Sparrow Tomahawk (Based off the 2005 TVR Sagaris and the 2006 Dodge Viper)
"The next generation of sports cars"
The Sparrow Tomahawk is a British sports car that tried to hang with the big boys, such as Civetta and Hirochi, but ultimately fell into the land of obscurity and nearly bankrupted Sparrow. It didn't help that the Tomahawk wasn't exactly what most people would consider safe, not coming with things like traction control or even ABS. However, everyone does like that the fact that the Tomahawk is cheap and goes like hell.
Stock: The Stock Tomahawk is powered by a 406hp 4.0L I6 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission.
GTX: The Tomahawk GTX was the race version of the Tomahawk. It's horsepower was bumped up to 420, and it was given a stripped interior, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, racing tires, racing brakes, a GT wing, Okudai TWE wheels, a digital gauge cluster, and a Sparrow Union Jack racing livery.
V8: The V8 is a Tomahawk that's had it's 4.0L I6 swapped with a Supercharger 750hp 7.0L V8. If you thought the stock Tomahawk was fast, you haven't seen nothing yet.
Anarchist: The Anarchist is a stock Tomahawk that's been turbocharged and boosted up to 600hp. It's also been painted gunmetal gray, given WW2 Spitfire decals, push bars on the front and back, and armor plates around the windows.
GTX VM: The GTX VM is the race car for the chemically imbalanced. This crimson red beauty has been given a 1,200hp Twin Supercharged 7.0L V8 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission, black Folk ET73 wheels, and steel spikes on the hood and roof. Are you ready to cause some maximum damage?
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the stock model)
Could someone please make something like this that fits the CRD truck with transport tyres? the standard dry van has the hubs clipping through the walls, need something wider like this
a 2000-2005 chevrolet imapala
Try specifying the in-game model name.
2000-2005 gravil cuvier
Well technically it should be the Bluebuck, because the Bluebuck is based off the Impala (mostly), it would just be new gen.
Could someone make an Avanza 2020 G model? There already is a 2010 model someone made but the 2020 one looks sick.
2012 - 2020 Hirochi ZN80 (Based off the 2015 Subaru BRZ and the 2016 Scion FRS)
"A tuner's delight"
The Hirochi ZN80 is the result of a collaboration between Ibishu and Hirochi, Ibishu designing the body of the ZN80 and Hirochi designing it's mechanical components respectfully. The ZN80 was built with the purpose of being enjoyed by people who don't know how to work on cars and modified by those who do. Because of that, the ZN80 is one of the cheapest successful sports cars on the market... until either Hirochi or Ibishu decide to inevitably turn it into a crossover.
Hooligan: The Hooligan is a ZN80 S owned by a highschool student who has a unhealthy obsession with cartoons, as evident by the Weeb Livery on this ZN80. It also has Okudai KRW wheels, a Nomi racing wheel, a Nomi GT wing, and a straight pipe exhaust.
EC: The ZN80 EC is a Japanese exclusive model of the ZN80. It's not what the EC comes with that's interesting, but rather what it doesn't have. It doesn't have A/C, a radio, interior trim, a passenger airbag, alloy wheels, painted bumpers, mirrors, and door handles, or even a third brake light. It's only available with a manual transmission, a white paint job, and makes the Base ZN80 seem like a luxury car.
Base: The Base ZN80 comes with a 200hp 2.0L Boxer 4 coupled to a 6 speed manual or automatic transmission. It also comes with all the goodies you would find in your average sports car; sport suspension, sport brakes, sway bars, a LSD, bucket seats, alloy wheels, TC, ABS, those kinds of things. However it does come on hard compound, rolling resistant tires, which makes drifting incredibly easy.
S: The S is the only other trim available for the ZN80. It comes with a 205hp 2.0L Boxer 4 coupled to a 6 speed manual or automatic transmission, sport tires, a small rear spoiler, SunSport RS wheels, S badges, and optional leather heated seats.
Competition: The Competition ZN80 was built as a promotional event to show the tuning potential of the ZN80. Hirochi gave one of their ZN80s to Velocityaddicts and told them to modify their car any way they wanted, which is exactly what they did. Now this ZN80 is now making 280hp thanks to a new supercharger and exhaust system, and has also been given a widebody kit, a rear lip spoiler, a Nomi racing wheel, and a livery inspired by HRD's (Hirochi Racing Division's) 1980s racing livery.
Street Tuned: This modified ZN80 has been boosted up to 450hp thanks to it's twin turbo system and custom exhaust. It's also been given racing tires, TR89 wheels, a widebody kit, a Sunburst RS wing, a front splitter, a rear diffuser, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, a Nomi racing wheel, and a offset racing stripe.
Drift: This ZN80 was built for professional drifting. It's been given a Jackrabbit V3 body kit, a rear lip spoiler, a welded rear diff, heavy duty suspension, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, and a hood exit exhaust. Oh, and it's also been given a 1,037hp twin turbo 7.0L V8 and a 4 speed manual transmission, but I don't think you'll care about that part.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the S manual model)
Cherrier Reddier (citroen AX 1991)
Could someone make a subaru Sti, a newer one? 2015-present
I'm a simple man. I want D-Series utility upfit (short one and long one of course).
Jargl Alfa 2016
Is that from GearCity?
Nope, Gigabit Offroad