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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 0xsergy, Aug 4, 2013.
Is the the hydraulic suspension? or is that offroad?
I removed the body, bed, and bumpers from the D-series, then removed the suspension and engine from the Bluebuck, then used world editor to put them together.
i feel like if they added a awd version or someone than the bluebuck would control better (Understanding that it is a 50-60s i believe land boat)
Also no hate, i have the bluebuck as my default vehicle.
I bet someone is going to make a 4wd/awd mod soon
"I didn't raise my son to be a goddamn Communist!"
1963 Gavril Bluebuck: the official car of everything that was wrong in America in the early 60's.
I know it says it's a 1963, but in reality, it was more of a nineteen-fifty-thirteen, the last dying gasp of the 50's.
This particular example is powered by the 291 Fleet-Power small block producing 160 horsepower. Since it's an automatic, probably about 130 of those make it to the rear wheels. And it has an X-frame. The absolute pinnacle of safety and handling.
You could comfortably move six adults in one of these, until you got into a turn, then everyone would just slide to one side. If you got bucket seats it wasn't as much of a problem, but you would have to leave a passenger behind. Gavril Bluebuck: because Jesus is watching, and you know what He thinks about contraception.
"No, Martha, we're not skipping church again and that's final!"
The Gavril Bluebuck was a favorite among police departments. In the early 60's. In America. In the South.
Gavril Bluebuck, the official car of ten cents a gallon. "MPG? What kind of Communist crap is that?" In all seriousness, though, you're lucky if you get fifteen.
Oh no! it's the police! What im i gonna do now?
Rally in town
Listen, get this: Nobody with a good car needs to worry about nothing, you understand?
Listen, get this: Nobody with a good car needs to be justified, and I'll tell you why!
I've come a long way since I believed in anything, and I come halfway around the world!
Where you come from is gone, where you thought you were going to, weren't never there...
...and where you are ain't no good unless you can get away from it. You understand?
Even on street tires, the Bluebuck RS can really move
ooooooohhhhhhhhh this is goooooood
New particles! Truly the most important addition!