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Discussion in 'Land' started by Blijo, Mar 20, 2018.
Vroem vroem in Balk.ng Rijd.
referens to jens book jensen?
this is more of a 1920's era car
Yeah, and currently we live in the 90's.
I think you are a few years off...
what bout the hirochi? isn't that a 2010 model?
electric cars more popular back in 69 after christ too
When do you think this will come out?
~24hrs after I submit it to the repo.
I don't know. When it's finished and when I feel like uploading it.
will it be up in 24hrs?
are you am do have the stupid
I am not stupid you are not a christian and that is not nice
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My last brain cell reading this thread
if you actually do some research you will see that its a 1920's era car
"do some research you will see that its a 1920's era car" Close enough lel
But seriously its a fictitious car, usually its what ever the author wants.
It's based on a MG TD...
Body and other things are different because I don't like carbon copies.
First cars built in 1949. Mine is built from 1948.
It might look dated and might have a somewhat dated engine.
The XPAG engine was used on cars from 1938 until after 1955.
Keep in mind that there was a significant war between those years that did not contribute to the R&D that could be spent on cars.
The chassis and suspension were different to other cars from MG before it (chassis is based on the Y-type).
I think that you should do your research before calling me out on this with no facts to back it up.
If you want to know whether I did my research, please feel free to check the linked posts in the OP
my last braincell was like:
Considering that the Fintray has spent over a year in development, it should be clear that @Blijo is taking his time on it. It'd probably require an alignment of the stars and planets for it to come out in just 24 hours. Basically what I'm saying, is that it's going to be a while before any signs of release will start popping up.
What does whether or not you believe in Christianity have to do with this? That's a rather weird thing to say.
You don't, it's not done yet.