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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
Is that not a FIAT Ducato and a FIAT Doblo?
I think its american.
No, the ones he showed are Ram vans but they're basically American versions of those Fiats (or the Fiats are the Italian versions of the Rams, idk which came first)
The Ram Doblo, Fiat Doblo and Opel Combo (also) are all from 2015.
Oh ok. By the way the Ram version is actually called the ProMaster and the smaller one is the Promaster City.
They are sold as RAM models in america
I’m literally parked behind both of those as I write this.
T-series remaster with straight water/fuel tankers!
removed because im blind
this has a bunch of cool facelift parts and a full interior. No tanker upfit (yet) although that would be cool!
1971 - 1975 Gavril Gaucho (Based off the 1973 Ford Ranchero and the 1974 Chevrolet El Camino)
"Ready for anything"
In a attempt to make a utilitarian vehicle on the cheap, Gavril decided to take the old Barstow platform, make it a bit longer and stronger, and throw a truck body on it. Surprisingly, this was all Gavril needed to do in order to make one of the most popular American utes in the 1970s, only rivaled by the Bruckell Rodeo. While it may not be as powerful or strong as a D35, but it can easily haul things like car parts, pig iron, firewood, and many other small things around town with ease, and still have enough power to go drag racing on a Friday night.
The Tormentor: If you love the idea of crushing smaller cars in derby pits or shoving them off of dirt race tracks, then this rusty Gaucho 291 is for you! Comes with a 4 speed manual transmission, a stripped interior, a roll cage, a racing bucket seat, a front brush guard, exhaust stacks, and a skid plate.
232: Comes with a 116hp 3.8L I6 coupled to a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. Has just enough power to still be used as a truck, but you probably shouldn't use it for any heavy duty work.
291: Comes with a 196hp 4.8L connected to either a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. Also comes with V8 badges, heavy duty suspension, and Alder Sporter wheels.
423: The Gaucho 423 is more of a muscle car then a hard working pickup. Comes with a 243hp 6.9L V8 connected to either a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. Other features include leather seats, quick ratio steering, stripes on the sides of the truck, Alder Magnum wheels, a sport exhaust system, and 4 wheel disc brakes.
Police: Hard to imagine any police department using a Gaucho, huh? Well this Gaucho 423, used as a highway pursuit vehicle, is proof that it actually happened. Comes with a 265hp 6.9L V8 coupled to a 3 speed automatic transmission, a police livery, front push bars, a red and blue light bar, and a siren.
423 RS: This very special version of the Gaucho comes with a 339hp supercharged 6.9L V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission. Other features include a stinger hood scoop, racing stripes, RS decals, Alder Powr-Push wheels, sport suspension, bucket seats, and a integrated front bumper.
Drift: A modified 279hp Gaucho 291 with a welded rear diff, quick ratio drift steering, Chrome Alder Powr-Push wheels, a Nomi drift wheel, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, and a Alder drift livery.
Street Tuned: This modified Gaucho 423 was designed to cruise around town one moment and raise hell on a coastal road the next. Comes with a 536hp 6.9L V8 and a 5 speed manual transmission out of a Barstow Nightsnake, Alder Dragger wheels, racing suspension, racing tires, a roll bar, a blacked out appearance, hot rod flames, a Arnida racing wheel, racing bucket seats, and side pipes.
Drag: Can you think of anything better to take to a drag strip then a 1,354hp rusted Gaucho? I can't! Comes with, as previously mentioned, a 1,354hp 6.9L Supercharged V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission, Alder Dragger wheels, heavy duty suspension, racing brakes, a locked rear diff, a roll cage, a racing bucket seat, and a various sponsor stickers from companies like Alder, Oilex, Rodney's Tires, etc.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the 423 automatic model)
This is a really good idea, it does need an aftermarket bed cap like the holden sandman though
and honestly gaucho is kinda weird for a name IMO, my name for it is gavril stinger
do you know what is a "gaucho" lol
brs vão a loucura lol
1993-2022 Gavril M-Series
The medium duty truck lineup from Gavril, slotted above the D45 trucks and below the T65. With many heavy truck manufacturers entering the medium duty market in the 1990s, Gavril Trucks, Inc., the truck making subsidiary of Gavril Motor Vehicles Group, was no different. Gavril was, however, the only truck maker that was also an auto maker and did not have a proper class 6 and 7 medium duty truck lineup. With auto competitors such as Ford and General Motors as well as truck competitors like Freightliner, Kenworth and International all either developing or already offering medium duty trucks, Gavril was left out of a lucrative industry. That all changed with the announcement of the M-Series in early 1992. Using what was essentially a downsized T-Series cab with an all new slanted hood and purpose built frame, the M-Series revolutionized Gavril’s truck offerings.
M35- the base model M-Series, equipped with a 6.0 liter Gavril turbo diesel V8 standard, with a 6.9 liter gasoline V8 also available, as well as a choice of 5 or 8 spd. manual or 4 or 6 spd. automatic transmission.
M45- Essentially a slightly more powerful version of the M35, virtually identical in appearance but featuring a 7.3 liter diesel V8 engine under the hood. The engine is naturally aspirated by default, but can be ordered turbocharged at an additional cost. 5 or 8 spd. manual and 6 spd. automatic transmissions available.
M55- High end, heavier duty model using the Gavril TCM 8.9 liter diesel I6 engine shared with Wentward buses, available turbocharged, although naturally aspirated by default. Engine mated to either an 8 or 10 spd. manual or 6 spd. automatic transmissions. The M55 frame is also reinforced with additional crossbars to make it capable of bearing heavier loads and upfits. The M55 is also the only M-Series truck offered with tandem rear axles.
1993-2003 variants shown above
Second generation, 2012-present
Note that the in game vehicles would not look like these exactly, but should be generally based off their cosmetic designs.
A kind of cowboy?
yes, but from brazil
Chevrolet made a car called the Monte Carlo, which is an administrative area in Monaco. What's your point?
sorry is an internal joke