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1966 Pontiac GTO Series I '1971 Bestia'

1966 Pontiac GTO '1971 Bestia' in Midnight Club II, Racing, 2003

Class: Cars, Coupé — Origin: US

Playable Vehicle Unlockable Vehicle Playable and unlockable vehicle

How to obtain it : Beat Diego in L.A.

1966 Pontiac GTO Series I '1971 Bestia'

Picture provided by : Black Bart

1966 Pontiac GTO Series I '1971 Bestia'

Picture provided by : badlymad

Comments about this vehicle

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takumi FR (390)

2009-11-15 20:35

another pics

strike9 US (13)

2012-07-15 05:28

in the opening cutscene there is a bestia with flames

lcpdcv US (52)

2012-07-15 05:33

CGI cutscenes are not representative of the game.

Tycek PL (169)

2012-07-25 23:13

I wonder why does this car have polish (maybe this word is exactly the same in other slavic languages) name?

RacingFreak TW (120)

2012-07-26 07:28

Tycek wrote I wonder why does this car have polish (maybe this word is exactly the same in other slavic languages) name?

Bestia doesnt sound polish or slavic either to me. Probably there were polish people in the team, like with Driver1's parasol object.

Tycek PL (169)

2012-07-26 09:43

parasol is latin word which means "for sun", because first umbrellas were used as sun protectors.

Bestia means simply "Beast" and it's slavic (polish, for sure, you can trust me) word.

sajmon14 PL (230)

2012-07-26 09:56

In spanish beast is bestia too, I dont think they would mean the Polish word

RacingFreak TW (120)

2012-07-26 10:04

Its not a slavic word (as in bulgarian, russian, macedonian and the balkan languages, based on bulgarian), but yeah probably they used the Spanish word which is more logical, because of R* San Diego.

-- Last edit: 2012-07-26 10:04:54

Tycek PL (169)

2012-07-26 10:13

You're right and since many languages (as polish and spanish for example) are based on latin, we simply got the same word.

RacingFreak TW (120)

2012-07-26 10:45

Yepp ;)

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