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Discussion in 'Content Creation' started by Mr. Twiglesworth, Apr 21, 2017.
mercury sable. Why, you ask? Because station wagon.
Cadillac Cimmaron or allante
2 worst cadillacs ever apart from the vauzhall omega thing
I think it would be cool to have a 71 satellite wagon and a 70 coronet wagon, or any other classic muscle wagon for that matter...
And I also think that the game could have some more classic pickups like a 76-78 dodge d100 or a Jeep 1965 j200/ 1986 wagoneer!
The 70 coronet wagon has a decent chance
What's so bad about the Allante? I like it actually.
A beer, a spliff and uh... some company.
That would be awesome, so I hope so!
interior wise ok, but 4.1l fwd
its going to understeer like hell and its not so nice to look at. Also cars, especially American ones of that time are famouse for bad quality.
Mainly I want it because it would crash very well
I gotta be honest, I do think the Allante is a nice looking car, and it does look better than the Cimarron. I kinda understand why people don't like the Cimarron, as it's not what I'd expect a Caddy to look like. The Allante though is the opposite for me, I could tell you it's a Cadillac without even seeing a badge.
Either way, they're definitely far better cars than the Yugo and the Pinto.
International scout https://ccpublic.blob.core.windows..../8287015-1965-international-scout-thumb-c.jpg
https://www.eatondetroitspring.com/model_images/International Scout II 2wd.jpg
An old C110 Skyline with 80s JDM mods
i'm learning how to make mode,i have read the tutorial from the wiki ,but i got a question ,how do you choose the suitable nodes frome the blender verticals into the jbeam file nodes parameter?I have tried export the nodes by the export script ,but there are a lots of nodes and beams,i can't select the nodes which i want.Thank you !
As a start I'd suggest modifying a in-game vehicle. In my opinion a Burnside Special Pickup would be perfect for this.
I'd love to see a 1972 roadrunner
How about a 67 Impala?