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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
hmm i never thought of that, a gavril luxury brand could be interesting, like a kentarch type thing
Also, it's a G series or an M series pictured.
like... uuuhh... burnside?
oh damn i thought burnside was a bruckell thing, confused it with soliad
2000 Bruckell C-Beam Concept (based on the chrysler java)
Concept FWD 5 Speed Mini car named after a scripting language
Originally planned to be produced in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, And sold worldwide. But failed since Bruckell goes bankrupt in 2001 until 2002
Bruckell has planned and produced a lot of these variants. Only 5 sold for TV shows and one 6Sport as a movie car that turned very iconic
CS, Sold with a NA 1.6 I3
CSE, Sold with a 2.1 I3. Includes automatic transmission from upper models
6S, Sold with a 1.9 V6. Very good for small alley car chases
6Sport, Sold with a 2.2 Turbo V6. You want to hide your small car from the cops? Try this out
1995-2005 BMC (British Motorized Compagny) City (1999 Rover 25&75)
British Compact Driver
Also CCC (Chinese Car Compagny) Broke (no slogan avalible)
RHD and LHD
Another facelift: 2004-2005.
1.1 8v Manual
1.4 8v Manual
1.4 16v 84 Manual
1.4 16v 103 Manual
1.4 16v 103 Manual
1.6 16v Manual
1.6 16v Manual
1.6 16v Steptronic
1.8 16v Manual
1.8 16v Steptronic
1.8 16v VVC Manual
2.0 TD 86 Manual
2.0 TD 105 Manual
2.0 TD 101 Manual
2.0 TD 113 Manual
TastiCola (why not)
SR (super racer)
Dealercar (wits signs like: Buy the new City)
**** Wonderfull car, but a bit crappy. We prefer the sedan.
BIHS Europe Crash Test:
Passenger front **
Passenger rear **
Side Impact *
Overal Rating: 2 stars.
1997 Super Racer:
1995 Pre Facelift:
yes i know but a soliad version would not make sense as all the generations of the g35 have never had an american branded version, unless you count infiniti which is just an american badged luxury nissan which is different than chevy rebadging an infiniti
2011-2013 Hirochi VM-2 (Based off of the 2011 MV-1)
Description: If you are in a wheelchair, or just need a little van to drive around, look no further than the VM-2. It has enough space to fit you and your disabled friend, or you and some groceries, and still has the power to get y’all home.
The Disabled: A VM-2 who failed in mobility school and was taken in by a derby driver. Equipped with a Graffiti paint job, a bullbar, removed glass, and a rollcage.
Base: The barebones mobility vehicle. Equipped with a 1.8L 4-cylinder engine, 4-speed automatic, a siliding door, a ramp for the disabled, and a GPS.
Taxi: A taxi owned and operated by the Firwood Taxi Services. Equipped with the same parts as the Base, plus steelies wheels, a taxi livery, and an ad carrier.
BCDoT: One of 35 VM-2s used by the BCDoT. Equipped with a BCDoT paint job and a 6-speed automatic.
Pictures: (Base, Taxi, and BCDoT shown)
(BCDoT=Belasco City Department of Transportation)
kind of ironic brand name considering Rover was once part of BMC/BL
I first wanted to do British Car Company but then you get BCC (A telecom store here). And I never knew this Lol.
ETK 48 series
Maybe like a couple a modern day muscle cars??? 2012 Challenger Srt8 392 - Bruckell, and like a 2013 Shelby GT500 - 2013 Gavril Barstow?
So....a Toyota Vista (JDM model , basically a re-badged JDM Camry) -ish car?
Is it possible to get a 1962 Corvette i would love that its such a good looking car
1973 - 1979 Burnside Despot (Based off the 1975 Lincoln Continental Town Car and the 1976 Cadillac Eldorado coupes)
"Rule the road"
What was once Burnside's flagship luxury car quickly turned into their worst seller after the 1970s oil crisis struck. Unfortunately, American car manufactures didn't even know how to make economical engines that weren't completely choked out, and Burnside was so bad at it that they didn't even want to try. Because of Burnside's lack of understanding what the public wanted when gasoline was as expensive as gold bricks, the Despot name was retired for a while after 1980.
1973 - 1975: Equipped with a 220hp 6.6L V8 coupled to a 3 speed automatic transmission, leather seats, wood trim, a landau top, whitewall tires, and the most cutting edge entertainment system 1970s America had to offer, the Despot was the biggest, most luxurious, and expensive car you could get during it's time, before it's value took a swan dive out a 20 story window of course.
1976 - 1979: Very similar to the 1973 - 1975 model, though it comes equipped with a 7.5L V8 that could be tuned to have either 212 or 365hp, depending on whether or not you had the "sport package" installed.
Lowrider: This cream colored 1976 - 1979 Despot comes with hydraulics, chrome Alder Luxo wheels, aftermarket fender vents, and a upgraded stereo system.
The Disturbed: This slightly rusty and beat up matte black 1973 - 1975 Despot use to belong to a man who no one would consider nice. Equipped with reinforced bumpers, tinted windows, Alder Dragger wheels, a roll cage, a semi truck horn, and a modified 612hp N/A 6.6L V8 this Despot is not something you want to see coming up behind you at full speed.
Drag: Powered by a 860hp Supercharged 7.5L V8 connected to a 4 speed manual transmission, this old Despot may not be the fastest thing on the strip, but it's fast enough to show trash talking teenagers how fast old American cars can go with a few go-fast parts installed.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the 1973 - 1975 model)
A "despot" is a tyrannical dictator... might want to fix that...
I personally see nothing wrong with beamng cars having slightly tongue-in-cheek names.
I agree... but as Burnside/Gavril is the Ford/Chevy/Lincoln/[insert preferred American brand here] I don't think they'd name any car they intended to be any good at all after dictators