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Discussion in 'Content Creation' started by Mr. Twiglesworth, Apr 21, 2017.
But what year? c:
Cube RS from Crashday
Maybe A Pontiac?
a 1958 Edsel
1998 Volkswagen Jetta A3? It's front-engine, front-wheel-drive, and a sedan, so it could possibly use the modern pessima's Jbeam.
Any car/truck from the 1950s
Maybe a model A have a couple different variants like off road rat rod stock and idk drag
Literally the most undesirable car ever.
Yet I would like to see it in game
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either a coach (bus) or a Daewoo Matiz. I have been wanting to drove a t series into one of them for years
50's, anything or a new van or pickup!
Any Rolls-Royce would be fun to smash up.
1970 GTO or Monte Carlo
can you do a 1955 ford crown vic?
I'm waiting for more suggestions, I'm gathering them all over the place too
An 8 wheeler would be interesting, like the MAZ-7310 or MAZ-415. Something large, unstoppable, and Russian.
Oh no, I'm posting this again...
I was recently playing Beam and noticed a gaping hole in the car list. A Tilt-Cab truck.
We have the Gavril T series, I like it, but it's really meant to be an 18 wheeler, and you couldn't use it as a light truck. It has a longnose front end, which is nice, but a cabover truck would be great.
A tilt cab truck would allow for a greater variety in configs and options. For example, the famous Ford C Series was used for a variety of purposes.
Here are some examples.
Fire Truck (Yes! An american fire truck without needing a custom chassis!)
Dump Truck (With an interesting paintjob)
Bare Bones chassis
Tractor Trailer: (Yes! Now something else to use the new trailers with!)
And this interesting tow truck I found: (I know there are boom bindings... So it might work)
A truck like this would have tons of possibilities!
However, one trim I would like to bring up are fire engines. We don't have a fire truck yet (I know about the ETK, but that's more european). The fire apparatus industry is quite interesting and diverse, and there could be a ton of fire trucks that you could make on this chassis
Snorkel: (Not many people have heard of this, but this was the predecessor to the common tower ladder. It's like a bucket truck)
Your ordinary pumper:
Rearmount Aerial Ladder:
These could be easily swapped onto the body.
My ideas for our new truck:
Gavril TC Series (TC standing for tilt cab)(I need a better name though...)
6 Wheel (2 front, 4 rear)
10 Wheel (2 front, 2 sets of 4 in the rear
6 wheel short (For trailers)
Long Fire Truck (For mounting ladders)
Beam County Fire Department
Snorkel (For fire trucks or utility trucks)
Red or Amber lightbars