On Hold 1977 Dodge Monaco/Plymouth Fury

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  1. Vegas777

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    Not gonna lie I kind of want to make a '74 Monaco to go along with this!

    What do you guys think, 70's police car mopack?
     

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  2. combatwombat96

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    Yes, yes, and YES to those two (dont forget a '74 Fury/Gran Fury). By the way this has come along stunningly fast and your work is looking pretty tops, like seriously how do you do this so immensely quick ?
     
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  3. Vegas777

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    I'm surprised you think this is quick because I've been working on this project since november. Admittedly I had to restart since my files got corrupted but even then the reboot has been taking weeks and I'm hardly past the panels lmao.

    Also I figured since I was making this really nice mid 70's B-body I figured I could make a whole bunch of different cars with it such as the Fury of the same year, the Coronet of the previous year, and other Dodge and Plymouth classics that have a similar body style like the Polara.
     
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  4. combatwombat96

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    hmmmmm so many B Bodys, anyways i know for certain that your not going to do all of those, who in their right mind would ?
    Anyways i feel like i should point out that the '74 Monaco/Fury were C bodys
     
  5. Vegas777

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    Hmmm interesting, I swear I learn more about these cars as I go. I really do enjoy these cars and if I could find one I would have one, almost any of them.
     
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  6. Nicholas PTgamer

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    Think I could help with some skin work? I have a hazzard county car skin mod here > https://www.beamng.com/resources/hazzard-county-police-skin.14508/ Just to show you some of my work also Think about a 1977 Pontiac LeMans
     
  7. FordKing

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    nice!
     
  8. SuperShep1

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    Vegas, what happened to your youtube channel?
     
  9. Vegas777

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    oh yeah I like that car too but it wouldn't fit in a mopack, since I am focusing on the Chryslers for now
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    it got copyright striked by youtube.
     
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  10. OldCarsRule57

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    This is looking great so far. You really are just a turnin' out all this progress a real fast and in little time. This mod is lookin' almost dev quality so far. Great work!
     
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  11. Vegas777

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    I'm really glad you like it, I can't wait to get it working in game. I'm actually taking my time on this because I want this to be the most accurate Dodge Monaco model out there, especially for beam ng. Even then I want to make the coupe models, and Plymouths.
     
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  12. ParadoxShiba

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    Sounds good! Now, I'm no modder, but I'm pretty sure taking your time means that your final product will look absolutely GREAT!
     
  13. Vegas777

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    yeah I really care about this car a lot, it's just a very attractive B-body Chrysler to me and I've always liked cars with a wide boaty appearance, hell I own a car like that, not a chrysler dodge or plymouth though.
     
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  14. combatwombat96

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    If its not Chrysler, Plymouth or Dodge then what could it possibly be ?
     
  15. SuperShep1

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    but like why? the cat videos? ;)
     
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  16. Sierra-3

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    Imperial?
     
  17. combatwombat96

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    Nah, imperial was its own mark from 1955 to sometime in the early '70s otherwise it was the "Chrysler Imperial"
     
  18. Sierra-3

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    And 1990-1993! But that was largely tongue-in-cheek. ;)
     
  19. Vegas777

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    Ford
     
  20. Vegas777

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    Decided the door jambs needed more detail. They were a little too bland for my liking because I had a hard time finding good door jamb reference for the 77 Dodge Monaco, so I used Coronet reference instead, since the previous year the Dodge Coronet was the same body.
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