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Stumbled upon this infographic explaining different hot rod bodywork modification terms.
In GM, "XP" was "experimental".
It could be a concept, it could be an internal prototype (like the 727), it could just be a set of designs on...
It's an inner GM prototype, not a concept car.
Too much paddock bashing.
I went too fast over a crest.
GM XP-727, an early 60s study of a four-door Cadillac Eldorado.
It's Japanese, so it already doesn't.
"Will basically be".
I think it's, in a way, both.
I imagine it having not just the open-top versions we see in-game, but also a hardtop variant without the rollbar,...
On the topic of originality, here are some Gabe quotes:
The now-gone Moonhawk thread also mentioned the Chevelle as an inspiration.
I have a reprint of a late 1963/early 1964 Polish used car pricing guide, originally published by the Motor mgazine.
Before we go into pricing,...
Nope, 1973 Lincoln Continental Mark IV. The front ends are really similar.
Well, there are a few that are very much like real stuff - 200BX and S13 240SX, Hopper and 1st gen Wrangler, Moonhawk and 1973-77 GM A-Bodies,...
The Fiat Freemont is basically the same thing, and it was sold in most European countries.
They're planning exactly that, called GMC Jimmy.
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Well, there are a few that are very much like real stuff - 200BX and S13 240SX, Hopper and 1st gen Wrangler, Moonhawk and...
I'm not talking about the front, I'm talking about stuff like doors popping open rather easily, weaker passenger cell, etc.
This might explain why I've always felt it's a bit weaker structurally than the K-Series - it's a lightweight, but less safe, car.
Here in Puławy,Poland, it's the big Chrysler minivans that are the greatest Mopar hit. They may not be a minivan staple like the Renault Scenic,...