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What BeamNG car would you drive in real life??

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Glitchy, Sep 12, 2016.

  1. jamessimo

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    If I am honest it would be the ETK 800, kinda boring but love german engineering and love my BMWx1 so wouldn't be a huge departure, however it would be 856 ttSport+

    I would love to own a cool muscle car, I love the Barstows looks (RoadSports or KingSnake) however I find the Moonhawk Track infinitely more drivable.
     
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  2. MrCin

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    Sunburst Base w/ Manual.
    A good car to drive, especially when listening to music.
     
  3. STEVIE_G4M1NG_YT

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    If we count mods, Definitly a GTz Kashira (preferably in Electric Angel Blue)!
    If we're only counting BeamNG offical vehicles then I'd like a Pessima GTz :p
     
  4. Crazy Killer

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    Hmmmm...
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    THE BELAZ...
    Jk
    I want to drive the the very slow, but not blown engine covet :cool:
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    But equipped with automatic transmission
     
  5. AM-DB9

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    The Burnside Special, the cabrio from the mod. With the slower V8 or an electric motor, all the chrome you can get, cream white soft top and deep blue exterior, and warm brown leather interiors. Of course whitewall tires and maybe adjustable airbag suspension.
    A fully equipped, 120HP electric Sunburst is what I drive most of the times, together with the T75 in full trim and the DT40 city.
     
  6. jonthefuzz

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    98 Pessima: cheap, reliable, efficient
     
  7. InsertNameHere²

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    200bx, the L variant, not LS, with manual ofc
     
  8. SuperShep1

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    200bx or pessima
     
  9. A Sawblade Dude

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    Either the Sunburst or the older Pessima. I live in Canada, and AWD is nice... :p
     
  10. Alex_Farmer557

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    Manual 1.9l miramar wagon
     
  11. Carlover0529

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    I'd take a 1999 Roamer optioned out as close as possible to a Saab 9-7x or GMC Envoy Denali. I've always found similarities in the Roamer to the plush and comfortable yet still sporty GMT360 SUVs
     

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  12. KaiserimnopYT

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  13. 8IGHT.OINT3HREE

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    An SBR4 Facelift
     
  14. 98crownvic

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    Wouldn’t daily it, but the 423 Barstow Roadsport. An absolute joy to drive, handles like a dream, and is excellent to cruise in, especially around the gentle curves of Utah.

    I’d daily a Grand Marshal, probably the Sport.
     
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  15. Kueso

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    GTz Old Pessima in Solar Yellow w/ Okudai type 1 gray rims
    would also have race suspension and a black interior, with upgraded brakes and an ECU tune for higher RPM performance.
    i would want it to be a highway puller and great on the track, so yeah. Might swap in the 6-speed at that point though.
     
  16. JsZ

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    Pessima or Etk 800 if I was rich
     
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  17. Chernobyl

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    Deffo the D series or H series, practical, faster than expected and you can just press "i" and its back to normal
     
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  18. WH33LSP1NR3V3R3ND

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    Probably a Grand Marshall or a Roamer, supercharged, of course!
     
  19. loba04

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    i would say the burnside special dual-matic with an upgraded radiator: comfort for days, sufficient amounts of power is supplied, throught the 2 speed auto box, especially smooth since the lack of gears makes up-shifts quite rare. only fuel prices around were i live (1.57 € per Litre) would limit the miles i would put on this car.
     
  20. MrAnnoyingDude

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    I'm thinking about buying a 90s automatic Merc, so an automatic ETK 2400 would likely be the real-life Beam car for me.
     
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