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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 0xsergy, Aug 4, 2013.
The 80`s... where World wasn`t burning in flames..
Dor go weeeee!!!!
I reaaaally wanna see jbeam pics.
Link to the car in the second shot. https://www.beamng.com/resources/1999-james-ghostspider-g-30.14517/
I smell a Bolide
Jbeam without the body
And it was built on a bolide
yes its bolide w/ scratch jbeamed doors, front + rear clips, diffuser, and certain sections of body.
has been released on several discord servers afaik.
someone just posted triangulies but here's jbeam
also why does it matter? just let people enjoy their own mods, jbeamed or not. nobody asked for criticism or an opinion on it. just let people use the things they enjoy.
can i join this servers?
afaik its been posted somewhere in the depths of shinyodd's server so i think it's okay to link considering those places are public, but i'm unsure so i wont.
just join and search "in:beamng has:link" or something
Honestly a lot better than I though it would be. And I never criticized it. I never said my opinion on it in that first post. I simply said that I wanted to see the jbeam pics. Nothing more, nothing less. And if it really bothered you that much, you could've said "no, I don't want to post the jbeam pics" and that would've been that. I apologize for the misunderstanding.
that's okay i suppose. just felt that the "giv jbeam pics" would be a tactic to be like "haha meshslap!" since as far as i'm aware that's the current state of the forums.
differnt pic because its edited
Nah, that's not what I was going for, man. Originally, when I saw the first pictures of it I was like "oh that's totally just a bolide." But as soon as I saw the picture of the door opening the proper way I was like "whoa wait a sec, bolide jbeam doesn't do that..." After that, I was quite intrigued. I wanted to know if it was still mostly bolide underneath, with just special doors, or if it a completely scratch made jbeam, or something inbetween the two.
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