|Maybe it's a Shelby Charger rkdealeraccelerate.s3.amazonaws.com/images/4/2/1/7/4217/1983-Dodge-Shelby-Charger_286911_low_res.jpg|
|IROC was just a trim level. There's nothing to say whether it was just a base Camaro or whatever.|
| Automotive Gaming wrote |
You have a point, the RWD and the V8 are convincing enough. I still think that the car is a mixture between the Camaro and Daytona with Manta 400 headlights but this will do.
|Oh boy. I hope this doesn't turn into an argument similar to the Stratum....|
| ZoomZoom wrote |
I do not agree. Wheelarches size are the same as the Camaro ones, since the Daytona ones are smaller. Also, if you notice, the wheelarches "lips" are more similar in terms of size to the Camaro ones than the Daytona ones (Daytona ones are less pronounced). Mirrors are mounted on doors for both Camaro and Buffalo, while the Daytona ones are mounted aside the window. Daytona has a scoop on the front bumper between the headlights which the Buffalo and the Camaro don't have. The Daytona front bumper lip is way smaller than the Buffalo and Camaro ones, also the front bumper lip cut (where the lip is mounted/starts) is exactly placed in the same point for both Buffalo and Camaro. The front bumper overall design is same as the Camaro. Buffalo side window design is the same as the Camaro. The Camaro just doesn't have the rear side triangle window because of the bigger trunk window. The side door design is same as the Camaro. The trunk wing, same as Camaro.
Remember that you can't have an exactly replica of a real car in a GTA game (or any other game with fake cars), so the developers must use their fantasy to add random details here and there to confuse who sees the car, maybe also borrowing those details from a whole different vehicle (GTA4/5 Infernus = half Lambo, half Zonda.)
Luckily, the GTA SA Buffalo is way more clear to identify.
Small OT: I agree with you about the Super GT "bump", because it is indeed an SW20 rather than an AW11.
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|Lore or not it still borrows the majority of its visual features from a Dodge Daytona. I'm basing this on the rear since the front is based off multiple cars that are anachronistic to the game. |
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| ZoomZoom wrote |
If you know the GTA series well you should also know that the fantasy vehicles of the game often change between the episodes.
GTA brands also aren't trustable.
Plus, the Buffalo engine sounds in San Andreas are of a V8, while the Daytona only had inline 4s and a V6.
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|Delete my posts all you want, it doesn't change the fact that this is A Dodge Daytona. Look at the pillars and the taillights. Plus, the Buffalo is canonically a Dodge in other GTA games.|
| gtrfan wrote |
More accurate location: gta.wikia.com/Fern_Ridge
|When I take this car in SA, remind me the Nissan 300ZX (For the rear)...|
|Because the back it´s similar at 1968 Ford Mustang|
|It looks more a Ford Mustang|
|3rd gen camaro(although highly modified)|
| Black Bart wrote |
|1987 Chevrolet Camaro Iroc. (That's what I think).|
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