|I found it. I finally fucking found it. It's Freightliner FLC 112 with single headlights (i still don't know what it means) like this one: pics.imcdb.org/8212/3667227913_6065174654_b.jpg|
I will explain everything later. Just change it to FLC 112 and everything should be correct now, finally.
| krq9 wrote |
So it must be something older than FL-Series. But I can't figure out what it is.
| Hakari wrote |
That's the older bodystyle, from the 80s. Fits perfectly well in 80s to 90s setting.
(1987 dump truck with the exact same cab: i.imgur.com/m5PFlHl.jpg )
The newer ones (since early 90s) look like this:
| JFK wrote |
Just another one... Like Stratum and Bullet GT in GTA:SA. This Freightliner is not anachronistic for GTA III (It fits perfectly) but Rockstar was probably too lazy to make another type of Enforcer for GTA:VC, VCS and SA so they reused this model with different textures and a few minor changes. Enforcer in GTA:SA got something from Ford but it's still a Freightliner in my opinion.
| Black Bart wrote |
Well it looks like we found other GTA universe paradox.
-- Last edit: 2016-01-18 19:23:17
| Hakari wrote |
Agreed, I feel like this Freightliner is smaller than L-series, which is way too big for this type of vehicle.
EDIT: hmm, Vice City, Vice City Stories and Sam Andreas plot is set before 1995. Are you sure that 1995 year is the earliest?
-- Last edit: 2016-01-18 16:00:57
|Hey, I have some bad news for you. This truck was actually based on a Freightliner used by NYPD Emergency Response Units in 90's. Here is a photo of a real life "Enforcer": farm4.static.flickr.com/3443/3380444007_b6ace7289f.jpg|
So this is Freightliner. Most likely a 1995 FL Series but i'm not sure about the exact model. Same with other Enforcers in the GTA series in 3D era.
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