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WIP 1948 Fintray Roadster

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  1. Meri

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    No its ready when its ready
     
  2. Ezo

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    Um bro, do u even think? Like, has a brain or something?
    K sure it would incentive, but as mullethead said, some can't buy it, and it's not just job
    And even if the issue was only a job, a shitton of this community would still be private of it, cause a big part of us are not in legal age to work, me as a example, I'm 16 but in my country people can only work beeing older than 18 (with exceptions)
    Some here go up to (at least act like, 12yo) how do u think them would get a job?
    Plus some credit cards and some PayPal accounts for example, are limited to what currency they're allowed to make transactions

    Besides those issues, paid mods don't work, check out assetto corsa's paid modding community, it's not long before the paid mods get leaked.
    For me the best option really is do like crash hard and make a yt channel too, plus advertising patreon donations too.
     
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    With all of the talk about supporting modders and the like, if you like his or her work, then you can support the users in question if they offer PayPal or Patreon. These talented users have spent a lot of time and effort dedicated to bringing quality content for others to enjoy.

    The Fintray Roadster is one example, and I can say for sure that Blijo has put in his blood, sweat, and tears into the mod for more than a year. It may as well be worth the wait. In fact, you can support Blijo if you want to via his PayPal.

    On the other hand, paid mods aren't going to work. Want an example? See The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Enough said.
     
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  4. Blijo

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    Back from scouts camp so I have holidays now(I will work fulltime though) :)
    Added some small bits and slowly getting things lined up for the next big step
    interior mirror:
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    Racing wheel, rebranded nomi but needs some work:
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  5. sabinoplane

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    This looks so aweeeesome! I can't wait for a beta! I bet it will be great! I hope to see more progress!
     
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  6. lioneljohndeere

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    can you put in a i8 and i6 and a small v8
     
  7. Alex_Farmer557

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    this mod is about realism. do you know how small this car is
     
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    Back than all sports cars had huge engines
     
  9. Alex_Farmer557

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    it has a less than 2 litre I4.
    do you even know what car this is based on?
     
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  10. CHEESE!

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    They really did not. The biggest that comes mind from this era is the Nash-Healey, which had a 3.8, but that car is almost 1.5 times the size of the Fintray/MG TD. The TD only had 1.3l.
     
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  11. Blijo

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    A really small V8 is somewhat added already (3.2 Bolide fits) but the rest won't fit as others pointed out
     
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  13. domodude120

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    it looks beautiful good luck you are doing amazing so far. Also what configurations will there be
     
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    The April Fool's Day joke gives a pretty good idea of the configurations that the car will have. :D
     
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  15. Manche

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    I hope someone is mad and capable enough to make a time attack version.
     
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  16. Blijo

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    I know that reading is harder than just spewing out a post, but please check the first message for info about the mod, it might answer questions you might have.
     
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  17. Xd Charge

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    Will there be a LHD version?
     
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    Lmao the irony
     
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  20. Blijo

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    I did some work on the leaf springs, the racing versions are more stable, the ute is stronger and the normal versions comfier and more stable as well. The 3.2L V8 from the bolide is a good match for the chassis in race tune
     
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