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Cobech Auto

Discussion in 'Automation' started by Mad_Cat, Jan 2, 2019.

  1. Mad_Cat

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    I have been doing some Automation car mods again recently, and made these car mods.

    Note:
    These car mods are average at best, don't raise your expectations.

    I made up this car company myself, and Cobech doesn't really mean anything, but the name is from the word "Советских" Which means "Soviet" in english. As you might have guessed, Cobech made cars during the Communist era.

    So here are the cars:

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    Cobech 1200 (1950)

    Terrible. Just Terrible.
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    Cobech Luxoria (1952)


    Only for the President and some other special people.
    (I made a Hot Rod version of this car too!)
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    Cobech Parvus (1956)

    This is not a Mini. It just happens to look like one.
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    Cobech Caroline (1958)

    A bit more expensive family car.
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    Cobech OR1 (1962)

    The most basic Off-road car ever.
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    Cobech Flash (1976)

    Reliable Commuter car with a reasonable amount of horsepower.
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    Cobech Moskow (1978)

    A Luxury car with a rear engine design. This was the car for the law enforcement and higher class comrades *cough*
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    Cobech Enkel (1982)


    Cheap, small-ish and economical. Not even that terrible.
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    Cobech Exec (1984)


    Pretty quick and roomy compared to other cars.
     

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