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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
Gavril crawler crane
I think a crane is unlikely as an official vehicle, although one would be awesome as a mod.
Or possibly as an upfit for the T-series or IYB’s B-Series
1992 - 2005 Labaz Sluga (Based off the 1998 GAZ 3110 and the 1999 Moskvich 2142)
"К вашим услугам"
After the fall of Communism in 1991, Russia's economy fell to it's knees, taking most, if not all businesses and manufactures with it. One of the USSR's most luxurious automotive manufactures, Labaz, decided that it would do whatever it needed to in order to survive, including making a car that appeals to both high and low class citizens. That's where the Sluga comes in, which is a radical redesign of one of Labaz's most luxurious sedans. Somehow, against all odds, the Sluga became a success in the motherland, which in turn, helped Labaz stick around until they could get back on their feet. While the Sluga has a few issues, like a faulty electrical system and being prone to rusting, so many Slugas were produced that parts for them are incredibly cheap, which explains why so many of them are still on the road.
The Unsightly: And here you were, thinking demolition derbies were only something Americans did. The Unsightly is a Sluga LX that's been given a front bash bar, removed lights and windows, a racing bucket seat, a roll cage, a open header exhaust, and a Russian graffiti livery.
L: The Sluga L is the base model, coming with a 131hp 2.3L Petrol I4 or a 83hp 2.1L Diesel I4 connected to a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission.
Taxi: A Sluga L with a 2.3L I4 and a 5 speed manual transmission, a taxi livery, a taxi sign on the roof, and a good luck horseshoe amulet hanging from the rear-view mirror.
LX: The high end trim of the Sluga, coming equipped with a 145hp 2.5L Petrol I4 or a 93hp 2.7L Turbo Diesel I5. Other features include fog lights, wood interior trim, chrome exterior trim, premium brakes, and a limited slip differential.
Police: A Sluga LX that comes with a "High Performance" 150hp 2.5L I4, a 5 speed manual transmission, a Russian police livery, a blue light bar, heavy duty suspension, and heavy duty brake calipers and discs.
V.I.P: This trim level of the Sluga was only made available to Government Officials. Comes with a 150hp 2.5L I4 connected to a 4 speed automatic transmission. Other features include leather seats, whitewall tires, comfort suspension, a heavy duty frame, curtains for the rear windows, and chrome bumpers. The Sluga V.I.P only comes in Black, Silver, or White.
Street Tuned: This retired Sluga Taxi has been brought back from the dead in order to have some fun. Modifications include a Turbocharged 230hp 2.0L I4 out of a 200BX, a 6 speed manual transmission, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a Arnida racing wheel, Okudai KRW wheels, racing suspension, racing tires, racing brakes, a racing LSD, and a slightly rusty taxi livery.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the LX Manual variant)
an official russian car would be great, it'd hopefully quell the onslaught of meshslapped vaz 2111s and chevrolet epicas
With an official Russian car, all that would be needed is an official Russian map
You just posed my mod idea here the same day i posted my thread and using almost the exact same name.
Just kidding, but Nacho were you planning on eventually making multiple generations of Sunflare or only the ‘95-99 one?
Well originally yeah but maybe someday ill do the 1st gen too but after im done with this
A few more part/variant suggestions.
The Bandit: This is the kind of van you need if you plan to take something that's not exactly yours. In order to give you an edge over your potential pursuers, the Bandit has been fitted with racing suspension, racing brakes, sport tires, a stage 1 Supercharger, side pipes, and quick ratio steering. Also, to help you blend in and look completely inconspicuous, the Bandit has also been given a bright blue paint job, hot rod flames, a rear spoiler, and roof mounted spotlights.
Cruiser: If hanging out at the beach and driving along the coast is what you like to do, then the Cruiser is the van for you. The Cruiser comes with a light blue and white two tone paint job, Alder Magnum wheels, side pipes, custom decals, and a surfboard mounted on the roof.
Sleeper: A Rusty Miramar Luxe with a 325hp turbocharged 1.9L DOHC I4 coupled to a 5 speed racing manual transmission. Other features include racing suspension, racing brakes, racing tires, a roll cage, a shift light, and the front seats out of a GTz.
Police: A modified Miramar GTz that comes with a Japanese police livery, a red bubblegum light on the roof, and a 200hp 1.9L DOHC I4.
Taxi: A Automatic LeGran SE with taxi decals, a taxi sign on the roof, black steelies, and front and rear push bars.
Police: A Automatic LeGran Sport V6 with police decals, a red and blue light bar, front push bars, black steelies, sport tires, heavy duty suspension, and twin antennas on the trunk.
I'd like to see an ETK 800 facelift. With an interior similar to the G20, and possible a full width light bar around the back, and drls similar to the G20 but sideways
Holy shit that was 4 pages of (mostly) arguing!
I doubt that any '80s police department down bad enough to use a k-car would spring for the V6
Idk about you guys, but I think V6s sound very weird.
An actual police package for Legran would make these better
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Or like etk 1300 mod but smaller.
alright, here is a rough spreadsheet i made outlining the official vehicles and the niches they fill, so we can get a better idea of what's needed (including official configs/variants, not including modded parts)
(please don't start arguments about what goes where below, that's not what this is for, i based this on gameplay, performance and car design)
(also dont chastise the tograc, it counts as a compact crossover suv)
a gavril UK brand would be good. also a focus-spark like hatchback
just realized the legran is the 3rd gen pre facelift chrysler lebaron, we need a facelift like the real one. even both cars have similar names
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PS soliad new wendover?
On today's episode of asking for things I just learned about today: 2015 model year car with a 0 star safety rating:
How is it a LeBaron exactly?..
The J-Body LeBarons were personal luxury coupes, opposed to the high-volume LeGran.
The K-Car LeBarons are a bit closer, but those were a fair bit smaller than the LeGran.
Then there's the H-Body LeBaron, which was more upscale than the LeGran.
Of those three, only the J-Body even offered a V6, which was a Mitsubishi 3.0L. All of them have very different styling to the LeGran as well.
Compare that to the GM A-Body, which has very similar styling, engine options, and were the correct size and market segment.
eh im just gonna classify it as a cutlass ciera 1985 with the front end of the 2nd gen lebaron
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nvm its a buick skylark front end
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american crapboxes in the 80s almost look all the same
We need more things for the 'other' category.