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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?

  1. Yes, it's possible.

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  2. No, it's impossible, sorry.

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  1. MatthewStevenGo

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    (2002-present) Hino Poncho (Hirochi Heavy Industries Urban Transport)
    2002-2005:

    2006-present:

    Interior (both editions)

    Transmission:
    = 5-speed automatic
    = 5-speed manual
     
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  2. veyasan.ragulan

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    Well what would you use?
     
  3. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Ibishu.
     
  4. ITSLEXXI

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    I've been searching for a good Porsche mod for a long time but cant find one :(
     
  5. Def2004

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    Toyota Avanza/Daihatsu Xenia (Ibishu Advance)
    First Generation (2003 - 2011)

    Second Generation (2011 - present)
    2012
    2013
    2016
    2017
    2019
    Engine
    • 1.0 L EJ-VE I3 (petrol)
    • 1.3 L K3-VE I4 (petrol)
    • 1.3 L 1NR-VE I4 (petrol)
    • 1.5 L 3SZ-VE I4(petrol)
    • 1.5 L 2NR-VE I4(petrol)
    Transmission
    • 5-speed manual
    • 4-speed automatic

    Toyota Innova (Ibishu Novation)
    First generation (2004 - 2015)
    2007
    2012
    2014
    Second generation (2015 - present)
    2016
    2017
    2018
    Engine:
    • 2.0 L 1TR-FE I4 (petrol)
    • 2.7 L 2TR-FE I4 (petrol)
    • 2.4 L 2GD-FTV I4-T (diesel)
    • 2.8 L 1GD-FTV I4-T (diesel)
    Transmission:
    • 5-speed manual
    • 6-speed manual
    • 6-speed automatic
     
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  6. RANDALL BAGWELL

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    Why Not?
     

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  7. MrAnnoyingDude

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    MAGNAZ 2300-Series (1971-):

    It is a...

    ...Soviet/Russian off-roader, also license-produced in China and Vietnam. Based on the UAZ-469, but with a Toyota Land Cruiser Series 40 front and Land Rover Series III rear. Ladder frame, front longitudinal engine 4WD, leaf spring suspension, drum brakes.

    Configs:
    • 2300/2301 (1971-82) - Equipped with a 69 HP 2.5 I4, 4-spd manual, 2-range rangebox, locking diffs, standard suspension, basic brake pads and 14x7.5 steelies with 8.10-14 bias-ply tires. Available as a softtop (2300) or hardtop (2301, since 1974).
    • 2310/2311 (1982-96) - As above, but with 72 HP (carburettor)/87 HP (injection, since 1993; 2312/13), uprated diffs and suspension, premium brake pads and 215/75 R14 radial tires.
    • 2320/2321 (1996-2008) - As above, but with a choice between a 2.8 carburetted (75 HP) or injected (92 HP) OHV I4, 2.3 110 HP DOHC I4 (1997-, 119 HP (1998-2001)/135 HP (2001-2008) 2.8 2.2 I4 turbodiesl, a 5-speed manual, further uprated chassis and brakes, basic brake pads and a padded interior.
    • 2330/2331 (2008- - As above, but with more suspension updates, new diffs, carried-over engine lineup (but with a bit more power: 80/95 HP, and the diesel only until 2010), front driver's airbag and ABS.
    • Beater - Based on the 2300, but with a homemade replacement top, worn engine and gearbox, 2310 diffs, homemade lifted suspension and camouflage paintjob, a winch, dented-up, rusting bodywork, cheap floodlights and snorkel, a bullbar, a worn interior and cheap hypermarket-grade T/A tires.
    • Custom - Based on the 2310, but with a tuned 185 HP Ibishu 3.1 I4 diesel, 6-spd manual, uprated axles, a lift kit, bigger brakes with premium pads, 15x9 alloys with 31x9.80 R15 tires, a rollcage, a bullbar, extra lights, a winch, a snorkel and off-road part manufacturer stickers.
    • Crawler - Based on the 2300, but with a tuned 338 HP Ibishu 4.2 I6 diesel, 6-spd manual, heavy-duty 4-link coil spring solid axles with locking diffs, highly lifted suspension, big disc brakes with semi-race brake pads, 15x11 alloys with 35x12.20 R15 crawler tires, a rollcage, front and rear bullbars and winches, extra lights and a custom paintjob.
    Besides that, the factory versions would have police (hardtop-based, add extra spotlights and police lights) and military (soft top; lifted suspension, bullbar, spotlights, machine gun mount) versions.
     
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  8. TheMultiTuber™

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    Fiat Fullback/Mitsubishi Triton- Autobello PD4/Hirochi Warrior


    Versions:
    Extended Cab
    Double Cab
    Adventure

    Engines:
    2.4L I4 Diesil

    Fiat Panda- Autobello Campo

    Versions:
    City
    4x4
    Adventurer
    Adventurer City

    Engines: Turbo I2, Diesil/Petrol/LPG I4
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    2018 Fiat 500- 2018 Autobello Piccolina

    Versions:
    120
    130d
    140
    120 Collezione
    130d Collezione
    140 Collezione
    140 57'edition
    140 Corse
    120c
    130dc
    140c
    140 70
    120 Mirror
    130d Mirror
    140 Mirror
     
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  9. ludo-A113

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    it would be fun if some failed concept from some brands
    the ibishu kalara c6 concept
    7-speed sequential
    flat 8 engine
    awd including the rear rear wheels

    the ibishu kalara c4 concept
    7-speed sequential
    flat 4 engine
    awd
    locking diffs

    gavril romvee w4
    w8 rear engine
    7-speed sequential
    4x4 with locking diffs
    full sunroof

    hiroshi sunflower concept
    flat twin
    4 speed sequential
    rwd
    locking diff
    E parking-break
    upload_2019-3-14_9-51-33.jpeg
     
  10. Spicymeymeys420

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    The only car that i can think of that can really needs is a british 2 seater sportscar.
    Its going to be perfect for Italys twisty mountain roads.
     

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  11. killercar34

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    Burnside Streetglide: 1959 Cadillac Eldorado and 1959 Plymouth Fury

    The Burnside Streetglide is the car you think of when someone mentions 1950s America. With a massive body, giant tail-fins, and a humongous V8 designed for smoothness rather then power, the Burnside Streetglide was the ultimate luxury car now turned into the ultimate collecter's item.

    Trims:

    Beater: This run down Streetglide has been sitting in a barn for the past 60 years. The paint is fading, some of the body panels are missing, the massive 6.4L barely runs, and most of the chrome has rusted. But hey, at least you have a Streetglide now!

    Grande: This is the 4 door hard top model. Like every other stock version of the Streetglide, it comes with a 6.4L V8 that makes 345hp and a 4 speed Automatic Transmission.

    Coupe: This is the 2 door hard top model. Like every other stock version of the Streetglide, it comes with a 6.4L V8 that makes 345hp and a 4 speed Automatic Transmission.

    Convertible: This is the highest trim level, the 2 door soft top convertible. Like every other stock version of the Streetglide, it comes with a 6.4L V8 that makes 345hp and a 4 speed Automatic Transmission.

    Custom: Now this 6.4L V8 makes as much horsepower as it can thanks to a few tuners. This baby is now making 600 horsepower coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission. This is the fastest barge money can buy.


    Exterior and Interior:
     

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  12. killercar34

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    1982 - 1986 Bruckell Toro: Based off the 1982 Ford LTD and the 1984 Pontiac Bonneville

    What was suppose to be a cheap luxury car turned into a cheap utilitarian sedan that was about as average as average could be. This big bulky 4 door behemoth of a car was popular with Police Departments, Taxi Companies, Getaway Drivers, Old People, and all of America. Because it was mass produced, the Toro is very cheap, and so are the parts for it. A good car to go across country, give your kid as a graduation present, and, oh, I don't know, enter a Demolition Derby with.

    Trims:


    Beater: With a faded and rusty paint job, a worn 3.8L V6 that makes 110hp and a 3 speed automatic transmission, this Toro will get where you want to go... as long as "Where you want to go" is within about 5 miles.

    Beater Taxi: This car was part of a small fleet of Taxi's used by some Serbian man in New York who was obsessed with Bowling and Gentleman's clubs. It's slightly worn Black paint job is a telltale sign of how many trips this little cab has done, but don't worry, she's been well maintained and that 5.0 V8 is still running just fine, though nowadays it's only making about 145hp. It does have a new 4 speed automatic transmission though!

    Base: As boring as watching paint dry, the Base model comes with a 3.8L V6 that makes 125hp and comes with a 3 speed auto transmission. It may not be flashy, but it'll get you where you need to go.

    LE: The second lowest trim of the Toro gives you the same 3.8L V6, but it does give a 4 speed automatic transmission, a tachometer, and seats that don't feel like they came from a 1940s School Bus.

    SE: The SE is the "Sport" version of the Toro, and comes with a 5.0L V8 that makes 180hp and a 4 speed automatic transmission. This one isn't as fast as you think, but it can still spin it's rear wheels if you neutral drop it.

    DS: This the Diesel Model. Comes with a 5.7L Diesel Engine that makes only 120hp, but it makes 220 ft-ib of torque. Comes with a 3 speed or 4 speed automatic transmission and a guarantee of over 40mpgs on the highway.

    Taxi: Comes with a 5.0L V8, a 4 speed automatic transmission, and very mysterious stains on the back seat. Best not to ask what those are and where they came from.

    Cop: This Cruiser has a tuned 5.0L V8 that makes 195hp, a 4 speed automatic transmission, Spotlights, sirens, push bars, beefed up suspension, and a few guns in the trunk... best not touch those.

    Exterior and Interior: (Reference for LE Model)
     

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  13. MatthewStevenGo

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    Mitsubishi Fuso Canter (Hirochi Minihaul)
    Drivetrain:
    = RWD
    Transmission:
    = 5-speed manual
    = 4-speed automatic
    = 5-speed automatic
    1st gen.






    2nd gen.










    3rd gen.










    Facelift:

     
  14. MrAnnoyingDude

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    A loose suggestion of license-produced communist cars for Beam, part 1:

    Soviet Union:


    MAGNAZ 1700/1710/1711/2300/2301/2400/2401/2500/2501:

    A licensed version of the 1928 Gavril sedan/van/pickup/HD pickup/3-axle pickup (1700 - OG Gavril fordor design (1929-1935), 1710 - rebodied, more aerodynamic fordor (1934-1947), 2300 - van or pickup (1929-1947), 2400 - HD pickup (1930-1952), 2500 - 3-axle pickup (1936-1953); numbers ending in -1 denote all-wheel-drive versions). 36/45/52/57 HP 3.0 I4, 3-spd manual, RWD/4WD/6WD, ladder frame, all-wheel leaf spring suspension. Mostly inspired by the Soviet derivatives of the 1928 Ford, but with styling closer to the '28 Plymouth (or '33 Ford), and a front inspired by the '28 Chevy/'33 Plymouth.


    DAZ 1300:
    Built using war reparation tooling for the 1937-1942 Gavril Ruhr (inspired by the 1st gen Opel Kadett and Ford Eifel) between 1946 and 1957, with a redesign in 1952. Built as a 4-door saloon or panel van. Equipped with a 1.1 26/31 HP I4 engine, 3-spd manual and a RWD drivetrain.


    MAGNAZ 1720/1721/2410/2411:
    Based on the '39 Gavril tooling transported from Poland, with licensed Soviet production of the Gavril straight six. Produced as a sedan (1947-1951) van or pickup (1947-1959). 2.5 56 HP I4/3.7 80 HP I6, 3-spd manual, RWD/4WD, ladder frame, all-wheel leaf spring suspension. Styling based on the '39 Plymouth, with a Chevrolet-inspired front.


    SAZ 1400/1401/1402/1403/1404/Svarog Porto:
    A Soviet license version of the Ibishu Miramar. Produced in four, progressively better-equipped versions - 1400 (1968-1982), 1401 (1971-1986), 1402 (1978-2004), 1403 (1985-2012) and 1404 (2003-2020), exported as Svarog Porto. Thicker panels than the Miramar and a Soviet-built OHV engine (later replaced with Charmand engines). 1.3 58 HP/1.4 65 HP/1.6 72 HP/1.8 82 HP/2.0 93 HP/105 HP OHV/1.8 128 HP DOHC/1.4 75 HP/1.6 89 HP OHC/1.6 110 HP DOHC petrol/1.5 75 HP/90 HP/110 HP OHC turbodiesel I4 engine, 4-spd/5-spd manual/2-spd automatic, RWD.

    Poland:

    PFS Wisła 500/501/502/503:

    A licensed version of the MAGNAZ 1600 (inspired by the GAZ M20, but with a Jowett Javelin-style body). Built from 1950 to 1973 (modernized in 1954, 1959 and 1966) as a 4-door fastback, sedan and wagon, 2-door van and pickup. 2.5 55/60/66 HP I4 engine, 3-spd/4-spd manual, RWD.

    Charmand 1504DP/1604DP/PFS 1500/1600:

    A licensed version of the 1963-1974 Charmand D-Series, a 5-door liftback mainly inspired by the Renault 16, but with many Simca 1300 cues. Built from 1966 to 1991, with facelifts in 1974 and 1983. 1.5 64 HP/67 HP/1.6 75/79 HP I4, 4-spd manual, longitudinal FWD. Gave its platform to the PFS Sawa, a newer 1976 midsize car.

    Charmand 1004CP/1204CP:

    A licensed version of the 1962-1974 Charmand C-Series, a rear-engined 4-door sedan, mostly inspired by the Peugeot 204, but with a Renault 8/10 front and interior. Built from 1968 to 1993, with redesigns in 1976 and 1985. 1.0 48 HP/1.2 55 HP/1.3 59 HP flat-4 engine, 4-spd manual, longitudinalRWD.

    Charmand 2AP/2FAP:

    A licensed version of the 1939-1994 Charmand A-Series, a 4-door fastback/2-door van inspired by the Citroen 2CV and Fiat 500 Topolino, built in Poland from 1971 to 1994, with redesigns in 1980 and 1988. 650 cc 25 HP/750 cc 31 HP flat-2 engine, 4-spd manual, longitudinal FWD.

    Charmand 904B/902FB/1104B/1102FB/1804DB/1802FDB:

    A licensed version of the 1983-2001 Charmand B-Series, a 5-door hatchback/2-door van inspired by the Renault 5 (front, interior), Peugeot 205 (hatchabck rear) or Citroen C15 (van rear), built in Poland from 1988 to 2002. 0.9 4.3 HP/1.1 53 HP petrol/1.8 56 HP diesel I4, 5-spd manual, transverse FWD.
     
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  15. shade-S

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    1986 Gavril Roamer Sport (regular would be a four door version) 1986 Ford Explorer Sport/4-door 1999 Chevy Blazer 2-door/4-door
    Gavril was stuck in a bad spot in the 80's with no innovation for a new car design that no other brand had thought of. At a press meeting in 1984, head developer, Randal Smith, said he had a new idea, what they made a compact SUV with a 4 and 2 door variant? It couldn't fail! Right? The developers and designers started working on concepts in october of 1984, and eventually, after concept after concept, extreme over time, and headaches, they had the perfect model by january 1986. They started producing February 6th, 1986 in Utah. By 1987, they were selling it in more than 5 different countries including, Mexico, Poland, Italy, US, and Canada with over 50 different variants depending on the country! Their main focus on the car was in Italy, US, and Canada since the models were the same accept for a few different standards, the Canadian being the most popular with its handsome chrome grille and luxury trims, and high safety. But the US and Italy variants were the strongest due to the different body concept. By 1990, Gavril retired the compact design and moved to mid-sized. and in 2001, a new concept was released with the previous design but with a whole new look. The gavril roamer keeps selling to this day. And, you may be wondering, "when was the sport version released?" The sport 2 door version was released February 6th, 1987 on the car's first anniversary, but the sport design was dropped in '05 when a few countries changed safety standards.

    CONFIGS:
    Beater- Wow, you found a beater of this SUV? That's rare, dude. About 80% of the remaining models are still in mint- near mint condition, and that's in the hundred thousands of cars. You got lucky! A blown v6, dirty tires and rusty wheels, dirty, rusted paint, and a few dents and scratches. I still can't believe this was just laying around in a alleyway and no one took it before you! All yours! Good luck fixing it up!
    i4- This is a base RWD model with steelies and black trim. Italy never got one of these unfortunately. Its a great first time car and they are very common.
    V4- This engine was ceased of production in cars in the early 2010's. Its a FWD model, so I wouldn't suggest going off-roading with it. This was a limited model and ceased production in '88 due to the massive amount of recalls and issues this model had.
    V4 AWD regular and sport- This was a better side of the V4 model and was the first model with a sport trim. It was a great off-road car back in the day and attracted families to the 4-door model.
    V8 AWD and RWD regular and sport- This teen attraction was probably one of the first SUV models to have performance parts. Thousands of these were bought by teenagers so they could have a "fun, practical, and legitimate" car.
    SE RWD sport- The Sport SE model was a good car for all kinds of things; vacation, day-trips, getting the kids to school, etc. It had a basic v8 option and v6 option, and in the US came in over 7 different trims, including, white, chrome, black, gold, and body-color.
    Off-road- This was a car that was sold on every birthday of the car until the new model came out. It packed a AWD 4-door model on a lifted suspension with all the best off-road parts and a v8 engine
    Police: This was a popular model for all police departments, due to its easy access and multi functions, and the easiness to upgrade and downgrade it. it came in a v8 AWD and RWD form, with 4 and 2-door models. All the following were known police options that were made; S.W.A.T., Police, Sheriff, Highway Patrol, Military Police, Airport Police, Security variants, a pace car variant in sport, yes, a pace car, and a Park Rangers variant
    FD- This model was for F.D. cheifs and supervisors. It had a v-6 and came in sport model.
    Paramedic and Lifeguard- These packed v-6's under the hood as-well, the Paramedic version was a 4-door variant in RWD like F.D. variants. The AWD life-guard model was a sport model with a v-8 so it could get over the sand fast.
    Pics: (for a reference)
    Sport:
    o.jpg <-- front U9CTGEB1.jpg <-- Back
    4-door:
    1stexplorer.jpg <-- front chevy-blazer-used-1999-chevrolet-blazer-for-sale-pricing-features-edmunds.jpg <-- Back
    Interior:
    1999-ford-explorer-interior.jpg
    Credits for inspiration:
    Betatester
    - Gavril Roamer Sport and Gavirl Roamer Facelift
     
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  16. Alex_Farmer557

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  18. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    Italy of the '80s as one of the main markets for the BeamNG equivalent of a Chevy Blazer...?

    What...? :confused:
     
  19. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Poland is even more striking. I'm pretty sure the guy just threw darts at a world map.

    Also, the V4 engine...
     
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  20. shade-S

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    2003 Ibishu Ryokō-sha (Traveler in US markets) Combination: '03 Mazda Tribute, '03 Hyundai Santa Fe, '03 Jeep Grand Cherokee, '03 Toyota Rav4 Japan Version
    Ibishu was looking forward to making a new small SUV in '03. It was '02, they were discussing ideas. They settled on a small SUV that would have different looks in Japan and the US. The US would have a smoother family design (Grand cherokee), and the japan marketed one would have a more modern and comfortable interior (Rav4 Japan Version). It was released December 5th, 2002 in Tokyo and Newyork. (Im suggesting US variant, the Japan version is more for just extra info stuff)
    Configs:
    Base- a humble yet efficient FWD model with a 3 speed automatic transmission and a I4 engine. $3,500 USD
    GLS- A AWD model with a V6 engine and a 4 speed automatic transmission. $3,600 USD
    LX- Another FWD model with a V6 and a 4 speed automatic transmission. $3,700 USD
    DX- A 4wd model with a 4-cylinder engine and a 5-speed manual transmission. $4,000 USD
    ES- A FWD model with a V6 and a 4speed automatic transmission. $4,100 USD
    Sport (fictional)- A AWD model with a V8 and a 5 speed manual transmission. $5,600 USD
    2003-mazda-tribute-frontside_mttri031.jpg Front Hyundai_Santa_Fe_35L_4WD_2003_14949376771.jpg Back 2003_jeep_grand_cherokee_laredo-pic-1154766370741724669-640x480.jpeg US interior images10101.jpg Japanese interior-----------------------------------------------------------------^
     
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