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1970 Oldsmobile 442 'Stallion'

1970 Oldsmobile 442 'Stallion' in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Action, 2002

Class: Cars, Convertible — Origin: US

Playable Vehicle Playable vehicle

1970 Oldsmobile 442 'Stallion'

Picture provided by : G-MANN

Comments about this vehicle

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G-MANN UK (51)

2006-10-21 02:02



Roof down version:

poncho sd

2006-10-28 18:46

generic pony car - stallion implies Mustang, but the divided grille and hood scoops are like a 1st gen Firebird, but I reckon the car takes quite a bit from the GTA 1 stallion

G-MANN UK (51)

2006-10-28 20:06

The GTA1 Stallion was clearly a Mustang, but this is a bit of a mix of different things. On other games in the GTA series this has been listed a Pontiac GTO but I really don't see much resemblance. The speed and handling of the Stallion varies throughout the games, in GTA3 the handling is quite bad, it fishtails like hell, but in San Andreas it is more sporty.

Explorer4X4

2007-01-25 17:00

It is a mix.
Body, front end shape, rear end shape, name and style are Mustang
Grill, front end features are from 442
Tailamps and rear quarters are derived from the Pontiac GTO.

Explorer4x4

2007-06-29 13:23

Were 442's even available in convertible body styles?

Red Grant

2007-12-12 23:12

It's a Mercury Cougar!

Roadrunner AU (0)

2008-07-29 05:27

Explorer4x4 wrote Were 442's even available in convertible body styles?


This might answer your question...

www.seriouswheels.com/pics-1970-1979/1970-Oldsmobile-442-W30-Orange-fa-web-1280x960.jpg

I still think it's based on a Mustang, especially with RockStar's 'Stallion' name, but who knows really. The Mercury Cougar is also a good option, but that's based on a Mustang body shell anyway.

Antonio00 PL (0)

2011-09-21 18:37

Mustang

Maltravers RU (8)

2012-06-18 16:47

'1967 Ford Mustang Standard.

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