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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.

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It's possible to add a minivan from the 90s please?

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  1. MatthewStevenGo

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    Does it sound cool though?
     
  2. KuchenVier

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    It'd work better for a military based vehicle, not a common American SUV.
     
  3. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Sniper sounds like a weird name for a car, and there are real Toyota Vanguard and Standard Vanguard.
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    Military vehicles usually have some sort of alphanumerics (eg. CUCV, HMMMV, M715) or nicknames based on them (Huey, Hummer)
     
  4. MatthewStevenGo

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    2018 Dodge Ram (Gavril Sergeant)
     
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    This shouldn't bother
     
  6. KuchenVier

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    There are a few military vehicles that also use alphabetical names, like the M29 Weasel (alphanumeric name and a alphabetical name).
    Sergeant?
    What about a animal name, as the Dodge is named after male goats that are of course called rams. Maybe something like "Bighorn" (reference to the Bighorn sheep)?
     
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    I had it named "Sergeant" to make it more catchy.
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    1970-1972 Suzuki Jimny (Samurai) (1970-72 Ibishu Hopper)

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    1990-1998 Suzuki Cervo (Ibishu Fairy)
    Normal:

    Two-door:
     
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  8. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Or just, y'know, the old good "D-Series" nameplate.
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    Things that shouldn't often do.
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    The Hopper is very much a Wrangler/CJ, not a Jimny.
     
  9. KuchenVier

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    That would work as well. (Ironically, I actually made a suggestion of a new generation D-Series that happens to take some inspiration from the Ram).
     
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    1979-1988 Chevrolet Bruin (Gavril Hellhound)

     
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  11. KuchenVier

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    I think he was basing it off my suggestion of a modern-day Hopper, which happens to have some Jimny in it (though it still has Wrangler elements).
     
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    Lamborghini Gallardo (Civetta Daredevil)
     
  13. MrAnnoyingDude

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    That's the T-Series.
    I'd like to see three D-Series lines - basic (F-150+Silverado 1500), HD (Super Duty + Ram) and medium duty (F-650 + Kodiak).

    My idea for a D-Series genealogy:
    - '63-'69 - base, Dispatcher (based on Suburban), medium duty,
    - '70-'82 (facelift for '76) - base, Roamer (based on Blazer), Dispatcher, medium duty,
    - '83-'00 (facelifts for '89 and '95) - base, Roamer (until 1st lift, then separate model), Dispatcher, medium duty,
    - '01-'09 - base, HD, medium duty, (Dispatcher spun off)
    - '10-'18 - base, HD, medium duty,
    - '19- - base, HD, medium duty.
     
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  14. MatthewStevenGo

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    Ford GT (Gavril Hurricane)
     
  15. KuchenVier

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    That name would better suit a Diablo-based vehicle.
     
  16. MrAnnoyingDude

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    That generally isn't a production vehicle name, save for something like a Demon Challenger.
    Or just MZ2.
     
  17. KuchenVier

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    Then again, a synonym to Diablo (English or Spanish) would be the best-suiting name for a Diablo-based vehicle.
     
  18. MatthewStevenGo

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    The word daredevil in that case means a bold person
     
  19. KuchenVier

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    (I know it's a month-old comment, but anyways...)
    Isn't Transporter already used by Volkswagen?
     
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    Yea maybe a 4wd model
     
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