Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
what's wrong? that's perfectly reasonable.
wAIT HOLY sH!T THIS IS REAL AAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
edit: google staff messed up it's supposed to be 1948 not 1498 :annoy:
yep, its real
1968 - 1976 Bruckell Arraia (Based off the 1974 Puma GTB S1 and the 1975 Chevrolet Opala)
"A budget friendly muscle car"
While people in the states had access to muscle cars like the Bruckell Moonhawk, Gavril Bluebuck, and the Gavril Barstow, people in countries crippled by poverty didn't have such a luxury. Bruckell perfectly understood this, and realized how badly those unfortunate gear-heads wanted their own muscle car, so they decided to design and release the Arraia in order to help them out. The Arraia may not be as powerful, fast, or attractive as it's American brethren, but it's incredibly affordable, and that's all that matters when you want to go fast on a tight budget.
The Ailment: After being driven all the way from Natal, Brazil to Spearfish, North Dakota by a small family hoping for a better life back in the early '90s, this Arraia GL has had enough, almost coming apart at the seems the second it rolled into town. Since then, this broken down and slightly rusty Arraria has been sitting in a garage, slowly being put back together over the years, but is now up for sale on Buybay for only a few thousand dollars. This old Arraia could make for a pretty good project car, if you're interested that is.
GS: The base model, equipped with a 98hp 2.5L I4 coupled to either a 3 speed manual or automatic transmission.
GL: Equipped with a 125hp 3.8L I6 coupled to either a 3 speed manual or automatic transmission. Other features include alloy wheels, sway bars, front disc brakes, and A/C.
RS: Equipped with a 140hp 4.1L I6 coupled to either a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. Other features include a optional partial landau top exclusive to the RS trim level, a sport steering wheel, fender flares, a RS grille, chrome bumpers instead of plastic ones, and a limited slip differential.
RT: Equipped with a 175hp 4.1L I6 coupled to either a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. Other features include leather seats, an upgraded radio, chrome Alder Powr-Push wheels, and a sport exhaust system.
SS: The top trim model, equipped with a 200hp 5.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission exclusively. Other features include black SS side stripes, a black hood, black Alder Powr-Push wheels, white lettered sport tires, a sport limited slip differential, a bigger SS grille, a split front bumper, leather bucket seats, factory A pillar gauges, and 4 wheel disc brakes.
Street Tuned: With a new cam, new headers, a new exhaust system, a racing carburetor, and aluminum heads, this Arraia has been cranked up to 315hp. That may not seem like much of an increase, but keep in mind that the 5.0L V8 that was put in all SS Arraias were always known to have been a bit crap by various mechanics and tuners for years, so a 115hp increase isn't bad all things considered! Other modifications include removed bumpers, a removed back seat, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, a custom front air dam, a rear lip spoiler, aftermarket wheels, coilover racing suspension, and custom racing stripes.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the SS model)
1965-1969 Gavril Barstow
291 sport coupe
291 sport convertible
313 sport coupe
313 roadsport coupe
313 roadsport fastback
313 sport convertible
353 sport coupe
353 roadsport coupe
353 roadsport fastback
353 sport convertible
423 sport coupe
423 roadsport coupe
423 roadsport fastback
423 lancehead fastback
303 tracksport coupe
303 tracksport fastback
I would like to see a autobello van in
BeamNG.Drive made 1985 - 89 face-lift version from 88 - 89
The only version I would need is an old camper van
It should have camper van and transit van models and an "old Eastfila (M)" and "church van (M) face-lift"
Fiat Doblo 1.8 Adventure Xingu (Brazil)
subpar at best
This would fit better as an autobello
DACIA 1310 tx 1985 break pickup sedan and also The Coupe dacia sport all of them with lots of configurations and addons like the Garvil
1997 - 2001 Scholz Motors (SM) Jetstream (Based off the 1998 VW W12 Concept and the 1999 Jaguar XJ220)
"Blows away the competition"
Born from the unlikely partnership of SM and Montgomery, the Jetstream is a German supercar that no one saw coming. With a high performance W12 engine and a top speed of around 220mph for the highest trim level, the Jetstream was one of the fastest super cars of the late 20th century, much to the dismay of car manufactures like Civetta.
Standard: The standard Jetstream is powered by a 414hp 5.6L W12 connected to a 6 speed sequential transmission. The Standard Jetstream even comes with a unique 4WD system for extra stability and traction.
Roadster: A standard Jetstream with a open top and some rollbars put behind the seats.
Rennspezifikation: The fastest variant of the Jetstream, equipped with a 591hp 6.0L W12 engine coupled to a 6 speed sequential transmission. Other features include a electronically controlled rear spoiler instead of a fixed one, a racing rear diffuser instead of a standard one, and a removed 4WD system to save weight.
LM: A Jetstream Rennspezifikation that participated in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Only a few modifications were done to it, such as a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, a racing roof scoop for extra cooling, a racing exhaust system, a racing intake, racing brakes, and racing tires.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Standard variant)
1995 - 2000 Hirochi Starline (Based on the 1998 Nissan Sentra and the 1999 Toyota Corolla)
"Practical and perky"
The Starline is the cheapest sedan Hirochi has in their lineup, but that doesn't mean that the Starline's a bad car. While the Starline may be slow, ill equipped, and about as visually exciting as a loaf of stale bread, even at the highest trim level, the Starline offers practicality, simplicity, and unmatched reliability, all at a very affordable price.
The Savaged: A Starline LE that's been pulled from the junkyard to participate in a demolition derby. Modifications include removed lights, removed windows, a derby roll cage, derby window bars, derby bumpers, a fuel cell, a racing bucket seat, a derby roll cage, exhaust stacks, a cut bolted hood, and a derby paint job.
Base: A car so basic it doesn't even come with a tachometer. Powered by a 115hp 1.6L DOHC I4 coupled to either a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission.
GV: A base model Starline with a rear anti-roll bar, nicer hubcaps, body colored bumpers, and a tachometer.
LE: A Starline GV with body colored trim, power mirrors, power locks, and ABS.
LX: A Starline LE with a alloy wheels, front anti-roll bar, sport seats, body colored mirrors, body colored door handles, a upgraded radio system, and optional white gauges.
SE: The sport version of the Starline, equipped with a 140hp 2.0L DOHC I4 coupled to either a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission. Other features include sport suspension, sport anti-roll bars, 4 wheel disc brakes, 6 spoke alloy wheels, fog lights, a small rear spoiler, and white gauges as standard.
Stanced: If you like the idea of scratching your undercarriage and ripping your bumpers off at every pothole, speed bump, curb, and dip in the road, then this modified Starline LE is for you! Modifications include Clockwise RT6 wheels, coil-over suspension, an aftermarket body kit, a custom exhaust system, a unhealthy amount of negative camber, a sticker-bomb front fender, bright red Nomi bucket seats, and a Arnida steering wheel.
Street Tuned: A tastefully modded Starline SE with a turbo kit, coil-over suspension that isn't set up to be completely useless, Folk ET73 wheels, a carbon fiber hood, a strut bar, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, underglow, and sponsor stickers on the front doors.
Track: Equipped with a 200hp 2.0L N/A DOHC racing I4 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission, this Starline may not be the fastest car on the track, but it is one of the easiest to drive! Other modifications include racing coil-over suspension, gold Folk ET73 wheels, a racing body kit, a Nomi GTC spoiler, a stripped interior, a racing roll cage, Nomi racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, and custom racing decals.
Sleeper: A beat up and rusted Starline LX with a turbocharged 532hp 2.0L DOHC I4 under the hood.
Exterior and Interior: (Based on the LE model)
where's vince's maxima from tfatf
Ik this is super late but BMMC then XD
1982-1988 Hirochi Sunburst Mk.III
This was the car that gave Hirochi its sporty, and bulletproof-reliable reputation in the US. During the 70s, all that Hirochi exported to the US were higher-trim SBR/CR sports cars, Sunburst compacts, and trucks. They were just another small Japanese automaker, until the Sunburst III.
1.6L I4 OHC
1.8L I4 OHC
1.7L I4 DOHC
2.0L I4 DOHC Turbo
I'm not going to suggest only a car, but a function too:
ETK D-Series (Mercedes-Benz A160/W168)
Configs: Base, Beater, Diesel, Polizei, Derby, Undercover Police, TTSport, Minivan (Mercedes-Benz Vaneo), Facelift
Engine: (Diesel: 1.7 L I4) (Petrol: 1.4/1.6/1.9/2.1 L I4 & 3.2 L V6)
Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic & Manual, 5-Speed Automated manual
When someone drives dangerously or creates traffic, vehicles flash automatically and horns automatically too, like GTA 4 and 5
1969 - 1972 Bruckell Venus (Based off the 1970 Chevrolet Nova and the 1971 Pontiac Ventura)
"The new muscle car on the block"
Advertised as a muscle car with the price tag of a economy car, the Bruckell Venus is a car that's more then meets the eye. With a lightweight body, optional powerful V8s, and it's insane popularity with gearheads of all kinds, the Venus is a car that's still commonly seen at car shows and the drag strip to this day.
The Ghastly: A slightly rusty Sport 327 with a front ram bar, an American flag painted on the roof, and racing numbers painted on the doors with a paint roller. Other "features" include doors that are stuck closed, a torn up interior, various paint chips, scratches, and dents, and a set of worn down Alder Vector SE wheels.
Base: The base model has a 205hp 3.8L I6 that makes 205hp. Comes with a 3 speed Automatic or 4 Speed Manual Transmission. The interior is basic, tachometers were even a option for the base model.
Sport 327: The Sport is the Venus that everyone wanted back in the 60s and 70s. This baby is making 235hp thanks to its 5.4L V8. Comes with a 3 speed Automatic or 4 speed Manual like the base model. Comes with a tachometer as standard.
Sport 350: Now having a 300hp 5.7L V8, the Venus was beginning to be just as fast as the bigger muscle cars of the time, and only had a 4 speed manual. The Sport 350 is the Venus everyone remembers.
Sport 427: The highest, rarest. and fastest trim level of the Venus. Comes with a 350hp 6.6L V8 coupled to a 5 speed Manual Transmission.
Street Tuned: A lightly modded Venus 350 with a few performance parts, Alder Powr-Push wheels, a cowl hood, and custom decals.
Phantom: A modified Venus Sport 427 that's been at the heart of a urban legend for a few decades. Legend has it that after this Venus got into a accident during a drag race back in the late 1970s, the ghost of it's owner now haunts it, causing every new owner to meet the same fate as him. some of this Venus' modifications include a stage 3 supercharger, side pipes, a cut hood, a semi stripped interior, a racing bucket seat, a street roll cage, a damaged passenger side front fender, a damaged front bumper, a damaged grille, a busted passenger side headlight, black STX wheels, and a scratched up Matte Grey paint job.
Drag: Carrying a heavily modified 6.6L V8 with a Stage 4 supercharger coupled to a 4 speed Drag Automatic Transmission, this Venus is making 1100hp, which is a lot for such a small coupe. Other modifications include a stripped interior, heavy duty suspension, Alder Dragger wheels, a locked rear diff, a stripped interior, a professional roll cage, a racing bucket seat, a shift light, fiberglass body panels, and a custom livery. Dominating the Drag Strip in the 70s, this Venus was nothing to mess with.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Sport 327 variant)
I think USA cars only, so sorry if you are seeing some trends...
"A new car for a new decade"
1993-1997 Bruckell FBS(1996 Oldsmobile aurora)
F - fullsize
B - bruckell
S - sedan
3.8L V6 - 160 hp
4.1L V8 - 200 hp
4.4L V8 - 270 hp
3800 S - base spec, cloth seats
3800 SE - base spec with luxury pack, leather seats
4100 S - mid spec, cloth seats
4100 SE - mid spec with luxury pack, leather seats
4400 S - top spec, cloth seats
4400 SE - top spec with luxury pack, leather seats
A Full-size sedan marked as a full size mid size sedan, confused yet..
It didn't sell well for 3 reasons, it was Ugly, it was poorly made and lastly.. it was Underpowered considering it weighed 3,500 lbs.
2069 etk poopenfartenwagen gtz rs 5g rtx 3090 16gb ram 500w psu 500gb sata ssd gt sel snapdragon 870 gti
engine: 0.4 liter v16 adn 1kw baterrie
only 2000000000 made (wery rar)
plz my dad works in roblos he wil hac u
(i would actually be surprised if someone can make a mod with 0.4 liter v16 in this little thing)