Unsupported BeamNG-Automation Car Pack 1.5.0

24 high-quality, diverse, realistic cars which share familiar names.

  1. titleguy1



    This pack is no longer supported - if you would like to get the new, up-to-date version of the cars here, download the packs in the links below!


    BeamNG-Automation Car Pack - Japan Edition
    BeamNG-Automation Car Pack - Europe Edition
    BeamNG-Automation Car Pack - US Edition



    BeamNG-Automation Car Pack
    Cars which have some familiar names.

    Current version - Version 1.5.0

    The BeamNG-Automation Car Pack is a set of cars which all should have some names that you recognize; ETK, Ibishu, Gavril, Hirochi, and the rest. There's a wide range of supercars, sports cars, sedans, SUV's, trucks, wagons, hatchbacks, and more.

    I would like to re-iterate that the cars are made through my eyes. Therefore, they conform with the existing vehicles of BeamNG, but are not in any way official to the lore; it's my interpretation of how each company branches out into the past and the future, and you are free to make your own cars and post them on your own.

    Here is the current car list.

    1956 Bruckell Pickup V8 (US Spec)

    Bruckell's first foray into the pickup vehicle category began with the imaginatively named Bruckell Pickup. Standard with an inline-6 engine, this upgraded V8 model was popularized for being far too powerful and far too inefficient; despite this, the growing crowd of hot-rodders flocked to the mad machine.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1956
    Price (In Automation): $12,043 with 20% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Pickup
    Engine: 6.5 L V8, 235 HP, 337 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 3-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2855 lbs



    1966 Bruckell Nevada V8 Special Wagon (US Spec)

    The Bruckell Nevada was a muscle car in a sleek sedan body; the wagon added just a few more dashes of practicality to the overall muscle-car nature. Although it might look a little like the 60's mom-mobile, don't be fooled; it packs a massive punch under the hood. Although it is a heavy vehicle with many amenities inside such as an AM radio and seating for 6, the Nevada wasn't all too shabby in the corners for a muscle car. However, its big power means that the driver still must be careful behind the wheel.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1966
    Price (In Automation): $18,492 with 40% Markup
    Car Type: 4-Door Wagon
    Engine: 7.0 L V8, 306 HP, 387 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 4-Speed Manual
    Weight: 3984 lbs



    1977 Bruckell Evales Sport (EUDM Spec)

    Bruckell's European division, based in Britain, has always been very separate from the stereotypical, fat cars that are made in America. The Evales sports a 1.8L boxer-4 cylinder with a "paltry" 103 HP, which is more than enough to scoot around only 2100 lbs of car. Popular among younger drivers for it's low price, the Evales was seen everywhere in rally events in Europe.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1977
    Price (In Automation): $14,336 with 20% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 1.8L Boxer 4, 103 HP, 99 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2116 lbs



    1993 Bruckell Moonhawk DeLuxe Turbo (US Spec)

    Another cult classic upon launch, the Bruckell Moonhawk DeLuxe Turbo had stunned the crowds with Bruckell's first turbocharged engine. Although the LeGran utilized a weak but effective supercharger, Bruckell decided the Moonhawk needed a big change. Shoving two turbochargers onto a 3.8 L SOHC V6 doesn't sound like a recipe for success, but with a black and red paintjob, lightweight materials, and sport-tuned suspension, the Moonhawk was a surprisingly competent muscle car which could hold its own to European rivals.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1993
    Price (In Automation): $19,710 with 40% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 3.8 L Twin-Turbocharged V8, 256 HP, 254 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 3179 lbs



    2015 Civetta Tifone Spyder (EU Spec)

    The newest front-engine, V10 Civetta comes in the form of the Tifone. The model is the extra-bourgeoisie Spyder with a retractable hardtop. As with all Civetta's, the Tifone has become notorious for handling which is thrilling but utterly difficult to master. When you're flooring it down the highway with your ears bleeding at 8500 RPM, though, you'll understand the appeal.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 2015
    Price (In Automation): $230,030 with 210% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Convertible
    Engine: 5.5L V10, 602 HP, 403 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 7-Speed DCT
    Weight: 3869 lbs



    2018 Civetta Eruzione
    470 GTR (EU Spec)

    Civetta never was afraid to push the boundaries of their supercars; the Eruzione 470 GTR is proof of that fearlessness. Somehow, Civetta has managed to stuff over 700 fire-breathing horsepower into the Eruzione's gorgeous body, sending power to the rear tires through a 7-speed DCT, and yet the car remains to be one of the quickest cars Civetta has ever made in their history. Meticulously crafted and with wild aero, the Eruzione takes true skill to handle. Once you nail it, the reward is priceless.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 2018
    Price (In Automation): $241,960 with 150% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 4.8 L Twin-Turbocharged V10, 710 HP, 480 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Mid-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 7-Speed DCT
    Weight: 3717 lbs


    1977 ETK I-Series 2900i (US Spec)

    The original ETK I-Series was marketed as a sporty sedan available to all drivers, no matter what their skill level was. As such, the I-Series is an adaptable and athletic sports sedan that won't hurt to push to its limits; many drivers are impressed with how easy it is to drive fast. It's a great car to learn for a beginner despite its size.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1977
    Price (In Automation): $24,374 with 40% Markup
    Car Type: 4-Door Sedan
    Engine: 2.9 L I6, 142 HP, 150 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 4-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2965 lbs




    1988 ETK N-RG TTSport (EU Spec)

    A hallmark of late 80's design, the 1988 ETK N-RG started as a concept prototype in early 1985 before blowing over into a full production vehicle. The name N-RG is derived from Nürburgring (the track at which the car was developed), Reinheit (German for "purity"), and Gipfel (German for "summit.") With a twin-turbocharged 4.8 L V12 forged by fusing two 2.4 L inline-6's from the I-Series and other vehicles in the lineup together, Frankenstein's monster of an engine came to produce a hefty 478 HP. With modern technology, a light kerb weight, and scalpel-sharp handling, the N-RG would go down in history as one of the greatest ETK's ever produced.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1988
    Price (In Automation): $117,978 with 110% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 4.8 L Twin-Turbocharged V12, 478 HP, 436 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Transverse Mid-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 3272 lbs



    1998 ETK 900x-Series 956ix (EU Spec)

    A pioneer of the German SUV market, the ETK 900x-Series is ETK's largest SUV on the market, seating 7. With AWD, tall ride height, and lockable differentials, the original 900x was a true off-roader of it's time. The model provided, a 956ix, is a 6-cylinder model and the best-selling trim of the first-generation 900x. Its surprising capability balances a well-rounded on-road character.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1998
    Price (In Automation): $50,143 with 50% Markup
    Car Type: 5-Door SUV
    Engine: 3.0 L I6, 214 HP, 202 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Four-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Automatic
    Weight: 4493 lbs



    2002 ETK 100-Series 134c (EU Spec)

    ETK designed the 100-series in conjunction with Hirochi; anticipated was a complete failure of a car, but produced was an unexpectedly good city car which could happily roam any streets and tackle the highways without a breeze. The chassis and body would be engineered by ETK whilst Hirochi produced the small 1.5 L Inline-4 which shuffled the front wheels through a 5-speed manual. Inside, the 134c was well-appointed with soft-touch materials and technology never before seen in a car at this size.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 2002
    Price (In Automation): $16,983 with 30% Markup
    Car Type: 3-Door Hatchback
    Engine: 1.5 L I4, 109 HP, 101 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Transverse Front-Engine, Front-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2368 lbs




    2016 ETK 1000-Series 1000 Komfort Zwölf (EU Spec)

    In an age of downsizing and sacrificing size in the name of saving fuel, ETK's stubbornly old-fashioned 100 Komfort Zwölf is a big middle-finger to all of those ideals. A massive, torquey V12 powers the rear wheels through a conventional 8-speed automatic. Inside, the cabin is gorgeous, with the highest quality materials available in an ETK, although weighing the car down quite a bit. This justifies its high price tag, but the price of luxury will cost you.

    Quick Specs

    Year: 2016
    Price (In Automation): $183,918 with 200% Markup
    Car Type: 4-Door Sedan
    Engine: 6.0 L Twin-Turbocharged V12, 607 HP, 695 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 8-Speed Automatic
    Weight: 5403 lbs



    1985 Gavril Oviedo Group-B Homologation (EUDM Spec)

    Gavril's famous German-built sports sedan had grown into an international phenomenon by the early 1980s, gaining hundreds of awards for it's premium interior and balanced handling. In 1983, Gavril had entered the 4-door into Group B, and to many's surprise success was middling at best. The naturally aspirated 4-liter V6 and RWD combined to make a clumsy, slow car. In 1984, the Oviedo was completely redesigned with a new chassis and engine; one that would help propel Gavril to victory. Now with AWD and a twin-turbocharged 2.1 L V6, the Oviedo was designed to be nimble and quicker than it's large frame appears.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1985
    Price (In Automation): $30,380 with 40% Markup
    Car Type: 4-Door Sedan
    Engine: 2.1L Turbocharged V6, 254 HP, 219 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, All-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2910 lbs



    1998 Gavril G50 Sport V8 (US Spec)

    The Gavril G50 was a way for Gavril to celebrate their 50th anniversary of racing. Inspired by Le Mans racers of the 1960s and Group 6 race cars, the G50 shows a sleek design with timelessly nostalgic styling. Behind the driver sits Gavril's first DOHC V8 engine; with over 500 HP, the engine was a pinnacle of American engine tech for production vehicles at the time. A manual transmission was fitted, and the handling was described as heavy and difficult to manage, but if tamed it could be utterly quick.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1998
    Price (In Automation): $115,490 with 100% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 5.5 L V8, 512 HP, 378 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Mid-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 6-Speed Manual
    Weight: 3613 lbs



    2010 Gavril Barstow 329 Roadsport (US Spec)

    The long racing pedigree of the Gavril Barstow continues with the latest 6th-generation 2010 Barstow. With an all-new and all-aluminum 5.4L DOHC V8, the straight-line speed is nothing to scoff at. And yet, chuck the car at a corner and it won't shy away. It may be a great muscle car, but the Barstow makes for a surprisingly sports car.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 2010
    Price (In Automation): $46,989 with 50% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 5.4L V8, 405 HP, 364 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 6-Speed Manual
    Weight: 4074 lbs



    2013 Gavril D15 V8 2WD (US Spec)

    America's favorite pickup truck joined a new generation in 2013. Debuting were tons of new engines, but the fan favorite will always be the V8 option; nicked directly from the Barstow, Gavril decided that there was no fiddling to be done. The 2WD D15 still remains a capable off-roader, but be warned; 405 HP is nothing to laugh at.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 2013
    Price (In Automation): $42,401 with 50% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Pickup Truck
    Engine: 5.4L V8, 405 HP, 364 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 8-Speed Automatic
    Weight: 4764 lbs


    1982 Hirochi Superhaul EX 8-Passenger (US Spec)

    Hirochi's first foray into the US market was with an export of their Superhaul van from Japan. Considered to be a fairly successful vehicle, the Superhaul would still reach the end of the line in 1994. With a rear-mounted engine and with not much power, the Superhaul should still be plenty of fun. The EX trim was top-level model sold.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1982
    Price (In Automation): $18,823 with 50% Markup
    Car Type: 5-Door Van
    Engine: 2.7L I4, 118 HP, 139 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Rear-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 4-Speed Manual
    Weight: 3083 lbs



    1988 Hirochi SBR4 TT S2 (JDM Spec)

    The world was shocked when Hirochi unveiled the 1988 SBR4; as if it appeared from the future, a 4-seater, 4-wheel drive, rear-engined sports car was nothing anyone had ever seen before. The design was nothing short of alien. As we know, SB stands for Shooting Brake, R stands for Rear-engine, and 4 can denote either 4 seats or 4-wheel drive. The S2 was a Japan-only special, with a more powerful twin-turbo 2.0 L Boxer-4.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1988
    Price (In Automation): $38,130 with 70% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Shooting Brake
    Engine: 2.0 L Twin-Turbocharged Boxer 4, 259 HP, 226 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Rear-Engine, All-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2930 lbs




    1995 Hirochi Forzando Sport RS (JDM Spec)

    Hirochi's popular Sunburst-based sports coupe, the Forzando, was possibly most famous for it's mid-90s variant, the Sport RS. With a turbocharged inline-4 nicked straight from the Sunburst Sport RS, the Forzando made a very healthy 244 HP. However, unlike the Sunburst with the same engine, the Forzando was only FWD, and had other weight-saving elements such as no radio, air conditioning, power windows, and more. The result was a lightweight FWD track monster.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1995
    Price (In Automation): $23,265 with 40% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 2.0L Turbocharged I4, 244 HP, 199 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Transverse Front-Engine, Front-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2555 lbs



    1997 Hirochi Derus Coupe Sport RS S2 (JDM Spec)

    One of Hirochi's most esteemed models, the Derus has been in production since the late 1970s as a sporty option to the typical ETK. The Sport RS S2 model, produced as a celebration of Hirochi's recent rallying success, has a gentleman-agreement safe "276" HP, although private testing has proven to get up to 330 HP. AWD was standard along with a 6-speed manual.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1997
    Price (In Automation): $50,000 with 50% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 2.8L Twin-Turbocharged V6, "276" HP, 259 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, All-Wheel Drive, 6-Speed Manual
    Weight: 3591 lbs



    2003 Hirochi Taulo Sport RS (US Spec)

    Hirochi's subcompact hatchback is very popular in amateur rallying; despite it's humble FWD roots, the Taulo still has a strong presence in all forms of racing, but rallying especially. With Hirochi's strong rally heritage, the Taulo Sport RS packs a light weight body but a surprisingly potent 1.6 L turbocharged engine. Rally-tuned suspension helps to seal the deal as an affordable hot hatchback which can dominate all forms of racing.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 2003
    Price (In Automation): $19,895 with 30% Markup
    Car Type: 3-Door Hatchback
    Engine: 1.6L Turbocharged I4, 184 HP, 155 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Front-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2643 lbs



    2014 Hirochi Empower 2.5 SL (US Spec)

    A mid-trim version of Hirochi's best-selling Empower midsize sedan, based on the Sunburst. It maintains some of the sporty characteristics Hirochi has become established for worldwide. It's not the fastest car in the world, but it should provide some thrills at a low price.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 2014
    Price (In Automation): $29,096 with 40% Markup
    Car Type: 4-Door Sedan
    Engine: 2.5L I4, 183 HP, 171 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Transverse Front-Engine, Front-Wheel Drive, 6-Speed Automatic
    Weight: 3815 lbs


    1970 Ibishu 280RZ Type I (JDM Spec)

    One of Japan's first "super cars" came in the form of the Ibishu 280RZ. It might not have the mind-wrecking horsepower figures of Civetta's or Gavril's of the same era, but make no mistake; this is a pure-bred sports machine. Only around 500 to 600 were produced, each of which noted for their extremely svelte weight and powerful engine. 4-wheel independent suspension meant the 280RZ handled like a dream, but the rising gasoline prices and high purchase cost would kill the 280 RZ in but 8 years, in which two successors would replace the sports car.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1970
    Price (In Automation): $16,930 with 50% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 2.8 L V8, 180 HP, 170 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2163 lbs



    1985 Ibishu Kirama ZXi (JDM Spec)

    The Ibishu Kirama is a fabled vehicle internationally, but it truly has very humble roots. Born out of necessity, the Covet Kirama was first produced in 1971 as a sporty alternative to the standard Covet; by 1979, they had split into two separate models. The 1985 3rd-generation Kirama would be the second to last generation available with RWD which, in combination with a light curb weight and delightfully simple handling, would make it perfect for the tight Tōuge roads of Japan. The styling is clearly very similar to the Covet, but the Kirama's success stems from its pedigree in racing.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1985
    Price (In Automation): $13,512 with 30% Markup
    Car Type: 3-Door Hatchback
    Engine: 1.6 L I4, 110 HP, 97 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 2136 lbs




    1993 Ibishu 300RX Type-SPM (JDM Spec)

    Known as one of the great 90s sports coupes, the Ibishu 300RX supplemented Ibishu's coupe lineup, slotting above the popular 200BX. 4-wheel double-wishbone suspension, a limited-slip differential, and traction control all cemented Ibishu as a technological power in the automotive industry. Shame, then, that they've lost their way since then.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1993
    Price (In Automation): $36,005 with 50% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 3.0L Turbocharged I6, "276" HP, 281 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 3414 lbs



    1994 Ibishu Vagone Type-A 270S (JDM Spec)

    An arch-rival to the Derus Sedan, the Ibishu Vagone was a luxury sedan with a heart and soul of a sports coupe. Sharing the famous turbocharged 3.0L I6, RWD platform, and 5-speed manual with the Ibishu 300RX, the Vagone is no slouch on the track or on the road. Horsepower was again underrated at 276 HP, with actual figures coming closer to 310 HP.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 1994
    Price (In Automation): $37,762 with 50% Markup
    Car Type: 4-Door Sedan
    Engine: 2.7L Turbocharged I5, "276" HP, 281 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual
    Weight: 3699 lbs



    2005 Ibishu Davex LX 2.8 (US Spec)

    Ibishu truly reached a peak of coma-inducing vehicles with the 2005 Davex. Although it was designed as a "dynamic people carrier," the end product was utterly dreary. However, it was a supremely practical minivan; there was ample room for 8 adults, a large trunk, and good towing capacities. Handling is safe and predictable, but never fun; the only saving grace is Ibishu's quirky use of their inline-5 engine instead of a V6 which was used in the previous Pessima.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 2005
    Price (In Automation): $29,569 with 40% Markup
    Car Type: 5-Door Minivan
    Engine: 2.8 L I5, 199 HP, 181 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Transverse Front-Engine, Front-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Automatic
    Weight: 4372 lbs



    2009 Ibishu Avincere ZX AWD 2.4L (US Spec)

    The lower-trim version of Ibishu's Avincere compact crossover, equipped with optional AWD. As many modern Ibishu's are now, the Avincere is a painfully bland vehicle. Understeer is imminent, but crashing is satisfyingly dreadful.
    Quick Specs
    Year: 2009
    Price (In Automation): $26,808 with 40% Markup
    Car Type: 5-Door Crossover
    Engine: 2.4L I4, 174 HP, 156 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Transverse Front-Engine, All-Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Automatic
    Weight: 4030 lbs



    2016 Ibishu 400RS Type-X (JDM Spec)

    After being pestered for years upon years to revive Ibishu's sporting past, the company finally gave in after observing Hirochi's massive success with the SBR4. The 400RS was a return to form for Ibishu's long lineage of inline-5 sports cars; and like those previous cars, the 400RS doesn't skimp on technology. Styling might be divisive, but the 400RS supercar is a scalpel in a world of hammers.

    Quick Specs
    Year: 2016
    Price (In Automation): $129,765 with 180% Markup
    Car Type: 2-Door Coupe
    Engine: 4.0L Turbocharged I6, 548 HP, 401 lb-ft
    Drivetrain: Longitudinal Front-Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive, 7-Speed DCT
    Weight: 3673 lbs


Recent Reviews

  1. HIderi
    HIderi
    4/5,
    Version: 1.5.0
    would be good, but the Evales eusdm has no textures for wheels. Could you fix?
    1. titleguy1
      Author's Response
  2. Szymon2007
    Szymon2007
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5.0
    very good
  3. Shady Chaos
    Shady Chaos
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5.0
    You dont see too many automation mods this high quality!
    1. titleguy1
      Author's Response
      Thanks mate, I really appreciate the comment!
  4. TheMultiTuber™
    TheMultiTuber™
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4.0
    Awesome mod here, have cookie for your hard work. :)
  5. The Nowickster
    The Nowickster
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4.0
    absolutely beautiful and tasteful models, very well done and well-rounded. Would wish for these to actually be implemented in-game.
  6. SuperDuperViralThing
    SuperDuperViralThing
    5/5,
    Version: 1.3.0
    Its people like you who keep Beam fresh with uploading things like this, Love it!
  7. BeamNg_Pro
    BeamNg_Pro
    5/5,
    Version: 1.3.0
    Great Vehicles! Do more! :)
  8. Daver37cz
    Daver37cz
    5/5,
    Version: 1.3.0
    WOW!! BEST THING EVER SEEN!!
    Just wanted to ask... will you do tofumachine?? (Toyota Sprinter Trueno AE86) I did 86 but I cant upload it..
  9. bngdoodaus
    bngdoodaus
    5/5,
    Version: 1.3.0
    DEEPEST LORE
  10. Cpt.flowers
    Cpt.flowers
    4/5,
    Version: 1.3.0
    Overall, high quality... I'm impressed. The Civetta Vizioso has way to much engine braking. Lifting off the throttle causes sliding while driving straight in 2nd gear. Still a great mod.
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