|I like this car|
|Perhaps THE classic American muscle car. Compact two door sedan made for the greatest generation and lusted after by their jaded children. Cheap to make, and one of the highest-selling new cars in American history - this is what classic American cars were once all about.|
It has a beam axle up front, that's part of what makes a gasser a gasser.
'Gassers are based on production models from the 1930s to mid-1960s, which have been stripped of extraneous weight and jacked up using a beam axle to provide better weight distribution on acceleration (beam axles are also lighter than an independent front suspension), though a raised stock front suspension is common as well.'
|Yes, if the car doesn't have it stock, buying a turbo will give a car a turbo hissing sounds on gear shifts.|
|Hey guys, quick question!|
Is this having turbo noise when you buy turbo or is my GTA V again retarded?
If it has, I am going to write to support, if not, it is awesome.
| Blingy wrote |
Southernsanandreassuperautos.com says it is a Four door sedan, quite odd, but normal thing for "ministry of paying attention to details" in R*
|Actually it looks sort of like across between a 64 Falcon and a 62 Buick Special.|
|Am I the only one that notices the 1970 dodge demon tail panel?|
|I'd say it's a '65 Ford Fairlane Coupé with Mercuri Comet headlights. The car looks exactly like a Fairlane, it even has the inclined grille.|
|It seems to have prostreet tires and suspension in stock form. (Look how fat the back tires are). And the suspension is higher on the front than in the back as well. Also, I think the in-game website description says it's a four door, when it's actually a two door. |
-- Last edit: 2014-06-18 23:24:49
| brucecambellfan1 wrote |
Yeah, but I wish it had a hood delete option and gasser-style exhaust headers.
|You can turn it into a 1960's Gasser drag car.|
|Is this the part where I start running around like an idiot screaming in pleasure|
|With those double headlights it looks actually more like Mercury Comet.|
|1964-65 with perhaps a slight hint of 1965 Fairlane in the rear.|
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