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Cancelled 1970 Dodge Charger Caldera Remaster

Discussion in 'Land' started by Mr. Twiglesworth, Dec 1, 2019.

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What should this be renamed to?

  1. Bruckell Caldera (old name)

  2. Gavril Courser

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  1. Mr. Twiglesworth

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    The same thing applies
     
  2. The Conqueror

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    Are you planning on adding the Bumblebee stripes to the rear with the "R/T" "Daytona" or "500" nameplates or blank stripes? Also, would you add grills that have totally hidden headlights? Will there be vinyl tops? Also, I don't think there were ever body colored tail panels, they were always matte black with "Dodge" written between the taillights or "R/T" Will there be a General Lee skin? Will the Daytona have flip up headlights or a custom interior for the Nascar version? Will the engine blocks be custom with the correct air cleaners w/ labels? (e.g. 426 "Hemi Head" (twin 2bbl), 440 Six Pack (tri 6bbl), 383 (either 2bbl or 4bbl w/ "magnum"), blank 318 air cleaner (2bbl), and regular 440 (4bbl)) Will there be custom rims for or tires (e.g. Polyglas) ? Can we have Pistol Grip Shift-knobs as well as the standard Hurst-offset shift ball. I know its a lot of questions/requests but these are just the subtle details that, in my opinion, make the car better.
     
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  3. Mr. Twiglesworth

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    Yes to most of those things
     
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  4. CEALM The Donut

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    to my knowlege the 1968 - 1970 dodge charger had body coloured tail panels. you might have gotten the matte black feture from the general lee since they had the tailpanels painted black.
     
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    f8e74369883c14c58871080c3f2affb4.jpg image.jpg dogge.jpg CyPiFU.jpeg
     
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  6. The Conqueror

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    upload_2019-12-7_8-22-26.jpeg upload_2019-12-7_8-22-53.jpeg
    1968 1969 1970
    I'm pretty sure the black tail panel was an option, a very popular one at that, on all the models and standard on R/T's and higher trim packages. I did see body colored tail panels but the majority were black...
     
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  7. fufsgfen

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    I think blacking of tail could of been cool thing to do back then, which might mean many of lower trim models got modified?

    This is 1965 prototype:
    upload_2019-12-7_22-14-45.png upload_2019-12-7_22-15-37.png

    At 1966 it had still that huge rear light complex:
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    So for 1968 it become this:
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    Also Coronet has black thing

    Quite big changes as for 1969 they already did change tail lights so much.

    1966 interior photos
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  8. superface

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    Any idea when its gonna be ready?
     
  9. GotNoSable!

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    Don't ask for release date. Twigglesworth will release it when it's done.
     
  10. superface

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    i just want a general idea
     
  11. PolishPetrolhead

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    The thing is there is no general idea. It could be done in a month, in a year or never if the creator doesn't feel like playing the game and modding anymore. You have to understand modders are not on payroll and they definitely aren't expected to do things just because someone said so. Modding is basically charity work so sit tight and wait like everyone else.
     
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  12. __Vanish__

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    i cant wait
     
  13. combatwombat96

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    I know that this post is absolutely useless and annoying but hey I just gotta say this: Hey nice Plymouth my man!
     
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  14. Balto

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    please tell me you will be getting some decently rowdy noises for that 383 cause I don't think anyone wants a stock exhaust when they put a 383 in their rig
     
  15. Mr. Twiglesworth

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    i have some wip sounds from my brothers 383 supeprbee, but im having a hard time getting completely custom sounds to work
     
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  16. Balto

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    I hope you can get it working, as the 383 has the best sound to it, imo
     
  17. Kevinthecore

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    Any updates?
     
  18. CatAstrophe05

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    soon™
     
  19. Kevinthecore

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    Will handling be changed
     
  20. The Conqueror

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    Out of curiosity, what year's the Super Bee?
     
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