|Extremely popular with Haitian gang-bangers, degenerates, and warlords. Found in Little Haiti.|
| Andra125 wrote |
Wow, when I was 6 in 2002, the kids in my neighbourhood still playing with their PSX. I knew this game when I was around 8 years old. I do like the fact that this game has more sports car spawns frequently than any othe GTA game.
(P.S.: I think we are on the same age gap. I was six until august 2002.)
|I remember back when i was about 6 years old and i had this game. I loved this car, the fact that it's so rare and only availble in one color made me think this car was so unique. I had completely no idea this car had hidraulics, until the day i was playing the game with my friends and one of them tried to sound the horn. This made me love this car even more. I had completely no idea this was a gang car. Oh, childhood memories! ^^ |
-- Last edit: 2013-04-14 09:08:56
| robi wrote |
| Black Bart wrote |
Biscayne. This was the cheapest Chevrolet sedan in 1960, being the base model it had less trim and interior extras than the Bel Air and the high-range Impala.
Thank goodness it comes in more than one colour and without the stupid hydraulics in San Andreas!
-- Last edit: 2010-03-07 18:25:56
|Either a 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air or a 1960 Chevrolet Biscayne.|
|In the last mission from avery carrington, there is a black voodoo.|
|Deep down I bet you'd at least like to have go on one of those bouncing G-rides, I would, even though I'm not a fan of gangsta-rap or hip-hop.|
|In GTA San Andreas you can customise nearly all the cars (except for the big trucks) at the garages and give them hydraulics.|
|The car used by the Haitian gang members, with bouncing suspension. |
-- Last edit: 2019-12-15 18:33:05 (Klumb3r)
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