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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
I think they meant the Legran to be a mix of both
1984 - 1988 Bruckell LeGran Coupe (Based off the 1986 Buick Regal and 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo)
"The best made better"
If the regular LeGran is a dreary, unpleasant economy car that's loved by the elderly, then the LeGran Coupe is the regular LeGran's tire shredding, adrenaline pumping, ear deafening brother that never grew out of it's rebellious phase. Having unique features such as V8 engine, a FR Layout, and even the sought after TSM trim, with comes with a Twin Turbo V6, the LeGran coupe is the car that will make you then envy and nuisance of Suburbia.
The Banished: A beat up LeGran Diesel Coupe that's been turned into a Demolition Derby champion. Modifications include removed glass and lights, a roll cage, a racing bucket seat, a Nomi racing wheel, a welded rear diff, and heavy duty suspension.
Base: Comes with a 110hp 3.8L V6 or a 140hp 5.0L V8 coupled to a 3 speed column automatic or 4 speed manual floor shifter transmission.
S: Comes with the same engine and transmission options, but it does come with split front bench seats, alloy wheels, and 4 wheel disc brakes.
SE: Comes with a 180hp 5.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic or manual transmission, a partial landau top, leather seats, a console shifter for the automatic variant, Alder Magnum wheels, a small rear lip spoiler, quick ratio steering, and Anti-lock brakes.
SE Turbo: A LeGran Coupe SE with a 245hp Twin Turbo 3.8L V6 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission exclusively. Other modifications include sport suspension, premium brakes, a boost gauge, and a sport steering wheel.
TSM: The top dog of the Coupe lineup, the LeGran TSM comes with a 260hp Twin Turbo 3.8L V6 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission, racing suspension, racing brakes, a small hood scoop, black Alder Basketweave wheels, and a signature blacked out appearance.
Custom: Someone took the twin turbos from a TSM and put it on a 5.0L V8 in a LeGran SE, boosting this baby's horsepower up to 330! Other modifications include a 6 speed racing manual transmission from a Moonhawk Track, Alder Powr-Push wheels, an aftermarket air dam, a bigger rear lip spoiler, and retro hot rod flames. Also, the radio only seems to play 1980s rock songs for some reason.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the SE Turbo model)
Very cool but the WBIMP mod team is already making a Legran coupe https://www.beamng.com/threads/wbimp.59677/page-137#post-1280004
That's cool and all, but you can have cars with the same name from different time periods. And besides, these cars are not mechanically similar whatsoever.
Ok so like an earlier generation. It was just cause he said 1984-88 which is what the one in the post I linked is. I do agree an earlier Legran would be cool though
1999/2004 Hirochi Samurai
Coupe made as an alternative to the Sunburst. Base and Sport models use the Pessima Sport V6
Barn find. Sport S. How rare is it to find one abandoned sports car?
2.7, No turbo, Just plain boring FWD Car in the body of a sports car (5 speed)
2.7 Sport, FWD Budget Sports Car with turbo (6 speed)
(default) 3.3 Sport S, Now were talking, It uses a 3300CC V6 AWD Engine with single turbo (6 speed)
3.3 Sport RS, Good for budget trackday drivers. This time it uses 2 turbos instead of one (6 speed)
Rally, C-50 All surface tires, Mudflaps and lifted suspension, AWD, Fancy interior, and twin turbo 6 Speed V6. What else do you want?
Street tuned. Stanced Sport RS With Sunburst Sport RS Spoiler. RWD Conversion
Track, Sport RS with fancy interior and livery. Dont forget Wangan-2P Race Wheels. (7 speed)
Gavril edition, Ok its just a rebranded Sport S
1993 - 1999 Gavril Barstow (Based off the 1998 Ford Mustang and 1999 Chevrolet Camaro)
"Faster then you"
Being Gavril's flagship muscle car, it's no surprise that the Barstow has lasted as long as it has, and will probably go on forever at this rate. This generation of the Barstow is one of the longest running ones, with another new but near identical Barstow generation coming out right after the last 1999 model rolled off the assembly line.
The Delinquent: This modified and beaten Barstow RS is for those who hate conformity, corporations, and living in a rat race. Modifications include a racing exhaust system, Alder Powr-Push wheels, a stage 1 supercharger, and a punk themed graffiti livery.
GS: The Barstow GS is the base model and comes with a 145hp 3.8L V6 coupled to a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission.
The Poser: The Poser is a automatic Barstow GS that's been dressed up to look like a Kingsnake, if someone made that Kingsnake in their garage that is. Comes with fake ram air scoops, ETK ttSport wheels, an aftermarket exhaust system, a ducktail spoiler made from fake carbon fiber, and fake Kingsnake badges and decals galore.
RS: The Barstow Roadsport comes with a 260hp 4.6L SOHC V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission. Other modifications include sport suspension, sport tires, alloy wheels, a LSD, sport brakes, leather seats, fog lights, a rear spoiler, a GT exhaust system, ram air scoops, and RS badges.
Lancehead: A Barstow RS that comes with a 305hp 4.6L DOHC V8 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. Other features include a sport LSD, Alder Magnum inspired wheels, a racing intake, a GT spoiler, a Lancehead livery, Lancehead badges, and racing brakes.
Kingsnake: A Barstow Lancehead with a stage 2 supercharger, a 6 speed manual transmission, a cowl hood scoop, racing suspension, a racing LSD, 5 spoke magnesium wheels, a air dam, a rear lip spoiler, and the Kingsnake's signature racing stripes.
Drag: This completely rebuilt Barstow RS has been built to dominate the drag strip. Modifications include a 1200hp Twin Turbo 4.6L DOHC V8, a 4 speed automatic transmission, heavy duty suspension, drag racing slicks, fender exit open header exhausts, a welded rear diff, a drag racing spoiler, a stripped interior, a racing bucket seat, a Arnida racing wheel, a roll cage, and sponsor stickers.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the RS manual model)
Wentward DT40S (inspired by Gillig Phantom school bus)
A DT40L based school bus, produced from 1987-1993. Most popular among west coast school districts, particularly in California where the majority of sales were concentrated. Uses the same frame and powertrain as the standard DT40L transit coach, and the body is similar but modified specifically for school bus use. Changes include:
Slightly different roofline and “SCHOOL BUS” signage in place of route displays.
Options of either red warning lights only or red and amber warning lights, along with additional warning light controls on panel beside driver’s seat.
Rub rails and fold out stop signs on sides of bus.
Rear passenger door deletion, addition of left side emergency exit door, rear pop-out emergency window.
Standard split sash openable side windows, driver’s cabin partition removed and fully padded seats in an all forward facing arrangement, as required by US school bus safety regulations.
Interior tv displays and stand up grab bars removed, as standees are not permitted on school buses.
2000 - 2006 Wamego Merit (Based off the 2004 Dodge Neon and 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier)
"Being cheap never felt so good"
The Wamego Merit is a dirt cheap economy car from the early 2000s, and because it's a cheap car from the 2000s, that means that at least 90% of the car is made from plastic. While the Merit suffers from poor saftey ratings and a lack of features on the lower trim models, no one really cared because it was cheap, and in a economy that was a few short years away from swan diving out a 20 story window, cheap is all that Americans cared about.
The Chagrin: This Merit GS has "improved" by someone who doesn't understand cars in the slightest. A cheap "carbon fiber" gt wing, aftermarket wheels, claw marks over one of the headlights, and plenty of meme stickers on the rear window are only some of the things you need to see in order to want to show everyone what you had for breakfast this morning, so to speak.
GE: The base model of the Merit, comes with a 132hp 2.0L I4 coupled to a 3 speed automatic or a 5 speed manual transmission. Also comes with ABS, steelies, and not much else.
GS: Comes with alloy wheels, and premium brake pads. The 3 speed automatic has also been swapped out for a 4 speed.
GT: Comes with a 150hp 2.0L I4, body colored trim, sport suspension, sport brakes, a rear spoiler, and quick ratio steering.
GR: The top trim level, released in late 2001 after street racing fever hit it's peak. Comes with a turbocharged 230hp 2.4L I4 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission exclusively. Other features include redesigned bumpers, fog lights, a hood scoop, a bigger rear spoiler, a sport strut bar, sport tires, body colored brake calipers, dual exhaust pipes, leather seats, stainless steel pedals, a stainless steel shift knob, and a boost gauge. What are you waiting for, it's time to ride!
Custom: You know how the Merit GR was designed to appeal to the street racing crowd? Well this modified GR has been rebuilt by someone who is in that crowd. Modifications include boosting this baby's power up to 350, throwing in a 6 speed racing manual transmission, and giving it racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, a roll cage, racing suspension, racing brakes, a racing LSD, Clockwise 533 wheels, a racing body kit, a double decker spoiler, tribal decals, and sponsor stickers.
Drag: If you ever wanted to wipe the smile off of someone's face, just beat them in a drag race with a Merit of all things. Comes equipped with a bored up 2.6L turbocharged 750hp I4 coupled to a 5 speed drag racing manual transmission, a stripped interior, a headlight intake, hood exit exhaust with a externally mounted turbo, an air dam, drag racing slicks, racing brakes, racing suspension, a locked LSD, a carbon fiber hood, and a carbon fiber trunk. This Merit is anything but your mommy's grocery getter.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the GT model)
American supercars are great. i want the Gavril MZ2 to be reworked and returned
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1960 ETK Poopenfarten
A complete joke vehicle made by ETK in 1st of April. Only 5 produced and 2 sold. One got into a car crash, one was demolished for a tv show. The remaining one was in the ETK museum near the driving experience center
Extremely unsafe. Rolls when you turn at high speed
Uses V2 23HP Engine causing it to have a 0-60 time of 31.4 seconds due to its 72 MPH top speed. 2 speed AWD transmission
Since its rare, there is only 1 variant. the base
"wen pigeon 2 relez debs?"
This is the Mercedes-Isdera Imperator, perhaps the German answer to the Vector W8. If I were designing a 1985 Civetta Fulmine, it would be basically one of these with a supercharged V10 and scissor doors in the place of the gullwings. There would be an assortment of different body panels to choose from, getting progressively more vents as its 10-year production run went on.
in the 80's?
the first production V10 in a car other than the chrysler magnum and ford triton was the Audi/Lamborghini 5.2, which came out in 2003.
and plus, that body shape is older than the bolide's, it's got much more of a late 70's appearance.
perhaps if it were some flagship alongside the cheaper bolide it could work, but even then it should probably at least have a V12.
2005 Roth Alpha (VW Passat)
Station or Sedan.
LHD and RHD
Petrol and *cough* diesel,
1.4 TSI Bluemotion
3.2 V6 FSI 4Motion
1.4 TSI Ecofuel
1.9 TDI BlueMotion
1.6 TDI BlueMotion
2.0 TDI BlueMotion
2.0 TDI Bluemotion
2.0 TDI BlueTDI
2013 Bruckell Sentry(Dodge Dart)
Self Propelled Modular Transporters. (40 to 80x wheels and beyond.)
Been moving alot of heavy equipment recently in this game and what ive done mostly up until more recently is sync 4 to 8 trucks to one controller so they move accordingly exactly at the same time to get bigger weights supported. But its not enough, or atleast SPMT would make it alot easier if it was just one big platform.
1975 - 1983 Graham Bobcat (Based off a 1977 Sandrail Buggy)
"Start your adventure"
The Graham Bobcat, a very popular buggy that could be built into various different configurations with different engines, is one of the most popular toys from the late 70s and early 80s, being featured in many TV shows and movies at the time. However, even though the Bobcat was well known, it never sold well, and thus had to be retired in the mid 80s.
The Promising: This standard Bobcat comes with only the basics, including a 60hp 1.6L Boxer 4 engine coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission. It's not much now, but since the point of the Bobcat was to customize it, I'm sure you'll have no trouble building your dream buggy out of this blank canvas.
The Cruiser: This "Street Legal" version of the Bobcat comes with the same 60hp 1.6L Boxer and 4 speed manual transmission, but it also comes with radial tires, headlights, taillights, turn signals, and license plate holders. Sure, you probably won't survive if you get t-boned by a Bubba Truck, but everyone has to die eventually anyways, so why not have some fun before then?
Dune Buggy: This Bobcat comes with a 1.5L I4 taken out of a covet connected to a 5 speed manual transmission, a soft top, headlights, taillights, and roof mounted spotlights. If cruising along the beach at over 60mph is your thing, then this Bobcat was built just for you.
Sand Crawler: Perfect for driving on sand dunes at well over 100mph. This Bobcat comes with a twin turbo 300hp 3.3L Boxer 6 engine coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission, a lift kit, chunky offroad tires, roof mounted spotlights, racing bucket seats, a fortified roll cage, and a Oilex livery.
V8: So you want to drive one of the fastest dune buggys around? Well this baby is for you! Comes with a 340hp 3.5L V8 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission, racing suspension, racing slicks, quick ratio steering, racing brakes, and a guarantee of death when you inevitably crash.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Cruiser variant)
pretty much just this
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Again, why would a relatively new vehicle have a junkyard variant?