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Kamaz 4911
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004)
Explorer4X4Kamaz? igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=2240 2006-10-29 18:37
Test Drive III: The Passion (1990)antp BE (26)en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test_Drive_%28video_game%29#Test_Drive_III:_The_Passion
www.mobygames.com/game/dos/test-drive-iii-the-passion

I couldn't change the selected car to make capture of the two other ones :/
2006-10-29 16:12
Street Rod (1989)antp BE (26)www.mobygames.com/game/dos/street-rod

Cars can be customized (color, wheels, bumpers, chopped, etc.) so lots of versions of each model are possible.

Those that are listed as "unlockable" as those that cannot be bought at the beginning of a new game. You actually start without any car but with $750 in your pocket. Then you have to buy a car and make races to earn money.

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2006-10-29 15:07
Test Drive (1987)antp BE (26)This is the first PC game that I played in my life. But I only played the CGA version (4 colors, black/white/cyan/magenta), so for me it is strange to see these cars in red/blue/green, as I made the screen captures with the EGA version :D

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test_Drive_%28video_game%29#Test_Drive_.281987.29
www.mobygames.com/game/dos/test-drive
2006-10-29 15:04
Back to the Future Part II (1990)antp BE (26)www.mobygames.com/game/dos/back-to-the-future-part-ii

I linked it to the movie as I didn't find the video game on IMDB. There are other cars in the game, same as those visible in the movie (e.g. Jeep, CitroŽn DS taxi, etc. but I couldn't make the captures).
2006-10-29 13:30
Car & Driver (1992)antp BE (26)www.mobygames.com/game/dos/car-driver/

2006-10-29 13:09
The Duel: Test Drive II (1989)antp BE (26)en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test_Drive_%28video_game%29#Test_Drive_II:_The_Duel
www.mobygames.com/game/dos/duel-test-drive-ii

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2006-10-29 13:00
Caterpillar 789
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Pitbull

This truck is not easy to use: you do not see what is around you :D

It is also not very easy for passing checkpoints:



It is not one of the opponents, it is just used in one mission (where you have to stop this truck). But it is driveable at the end of the game like the other cars.

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2006-10-29 12:16
Lancia Stratos
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Screwie Lewie
Nearly the same car as the Twister from the original game.

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2006-10-29 12:14
1981 De Lorean DMC-12
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Russ T

New version of the De Gory'un
2006-10-29 12:09
Case IH
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Farmer Fright 2006-10-29 11:59
1966 Ford Mustang MkI
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Silvester Stallion

2006-10-29 11:56
Made For Game
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Kurt Blasthoff



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2006-10-29 11:47
Made For Game
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Halfwit Harry, who was driving the Lumberer in the original game. 2006-10-29 11:40
CitroŽn ZX
Driv3r (2004)
antp BE (26)Il manque quelques portes pour que ce soit une Micra 2006-10-29 11:09
Triumph Daytona 955i
Driv3r (2004)
antp BE (26)Tatra is Czech, not Russian. Car could be a Tatra 613 from the rear ( home.clara.net/peterfrost/tat6135r.jpg ) but I doubt that the front will be similar.
And anyway the page is for the bike...
2006-10-29 11:07
Nissan Skyline GT-R MkVIII [R324]
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
IRT_BMT_IND CA (4)Nissan Skyline 2006-10-29 00:50
1986 Pontiac Grand Prix NASCAR
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)Well you aren't supposed to be without the use of cheats ;) 2006-10-29 00:06
1986 Pontiac Grand Prix NASCAR
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
G-MANN UK (51)But it's still possible to play it, just not in the ordinary course of the game. 2006-10-28 22:26
1986 Pontiac Grand Prix NASCAR
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)Just have it listed as unplayable, as is. 2006-10-28 21:24
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Need For Speed: Carbon (2006)
poncho sdawesome car. The best versions of the SS Chevelle were the LS-5 454cuin and the LS-6 454cuin, the latter had 460hp straight out of the dealership. The 1971 Chevelle had a new option - the Heavy Chevy Chevelle, which was a more affordable alternative to the Super Sport package. Its appearance was similar to that of Pontiac's GTO Judge, Mercury's Gougar Eliminator, AMC's Rebel Machine, Plymouth's Road Runner, Dodge's Coronet Super Bee and, to some extent, Buick's GSX - all of which (save perhaps the GSX) had a fun, colourful, cartoon-inspired, hot rod look and feel to them. The Super Sport here, though, was the flagship Chevelle. A quirky decision by Chevrolet was to base its El Camino pick-up on an extended version of the A-body platform and style it in the same way as the gorgeous Chevelle. They even went to the extend of offering the Super Sport (SS) package (albeit in a slightly tamer form).

Judging by the Magnum 500 steel wheels and the chrome door mirrors, this is a 1970 model - this is confirmed by the absence of front indicator lights next door to the front head-lights, which would be positioned on the edge of the front wings; the 1971/72 cars had such a feature. On the 1970 cars, the indicators were in the front bumpers, the car had four small headlights independent of the front grille (as opposed to two large headlights in square surrounds which were in contact with the wider grille on the 71/72) and two trapesium-shaped tail-lights (71/72: four round tail-lights - a trend which was popular by 1973 eg 'Cuda, AMC Matador). As indicated by the small lettering on the bonnet/hood bulge, this car has "Cowl Induction" - a type of forced air induction (ie has the same effect as a Turbocharger, only a more more primitive system). GM was noted for its frequent use of forced induction: Pontiac used "Ram Air" - the most extreme being the Ram Air V system which produced 500hp on the 400cuin V8, was used in Trans Ams (possibly also Formulas) and GTOs and was a very rare and desirable option; Oldsmobile had "W-machines" - on Cutlass S and 4-4-2s a buyer could tick W-30, W-31 or W-32; there was a similar option on the Buick GS. On these cars, the forced air induction was activated by pulling a handle located on the dashboard. This caused the flaps to drop and open up the twin scoops on the hood/bonnet. With Cowl Induction on the Chevelle, a long, single, rear-facing flap was located at the edge of bonnet/hood bulge at the base of the windscreen. Again this was manually engaged from inside the car, which outwardly opened the flap to produce more horsepower. The difference with this system is that rather than air rushing in through scoops by forward motion, a vortex occured at the base of the Chevelle's windscreen and directed air in to the engine by way of the rear-facing flap.

I have heard the Chevelle being referred to as the "King of Muscle Cars". Although cars such as the Oldsmobile Cutlass, Ford Fairlane/Torino, Mercury Cyclone, Chrysler B-body (in length) were all physically larger cars, the design, performance and sheer presence of the 1970-72 Chevelle means that its title is justified.

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2006-10-28 21:09
1978 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C3
Grand Theft Auto (1997)
G-MANN UK (51)Stinger = Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. 2006-10-28 20:43
1984 Lincoln Continental
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
G-MANN UK (51)Washington = Lincoln. Both are the names of famous US Presidents. 2006-10-28 20:41
2006 Dodge Challenger Concept
Need For Speed: Carbon (2006)
poncho sdCan't wait for Chrysler to start production of this 2006-10-28 20:22
1970 Plymouth 'Cuda Hemi
Need For Speed: Carbon (2006)
poncho sdSTUNNING love 'Cudas - one of the coolest cars ever made, especially in one of Chrysler's "high impact" colours such as Sublime, Vitamin C, Go Mango etc. I've always preferred the 'Cuda to the Dodge Challenger because the Challenger was intended for a SLIGHTLY more respectable buyer - this is reflected in the designs of the cars - the Challenger was longer in the front overhang and boot/trunk, even though the cars share the same platform, being E-bodies. One defining and distinguishing feature on the 'Cuda ('Cuda being the name for the more performance orientated versions of the Barracuda - an indication of how radical and just plain cool the muscle car era was) was the design of the C-pillar. The top of the rear side window on the Challenger is curved, whereas on the Barracuda it is angular with a sharp point - a feature which I think is ahead of it's time, such as the Mercedes 300SL, the Endura noses on late 60s/early 70s Pontiac GTOs and 1970-73 Firebirds etc. Just look at the door handles on this car, the twin rectangular exhaust pipes which exit from the rear valance, the neat tail-lights etc - all ultra cool. Watch the TV programme Nash Bridges starring Miami Vice's Don Johnson - his character drove a 1971 (best looking front end, in my opinion) Go Mango convertible with white leather. I think it was supposed to be a Hemi, but I doubt it really was. Best episode was "'Cuda Grace" in which the villain also drove a 'Cuda - a Sublime green hardtop, but the car was totalled at the end of the episode. 2006-10-28 20:19
1986 Pontiac Grand Prix NASCAR
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
G-MANN UK (51)Since you can't drive this car (although the handling and speed of the 3 Hotring Racers is pretty similar) without using a cheat, what star rating should it have? 2006-10-28 20:09
1970 Oldsmobile 442
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
G-MANN UK (51)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. 2006-10-28 20:06
1988 Cadillac Brougham Stretched Limousine
Grand Theft Auto (1997)
G-MANN UK (51)Well to me this looks like a stretched version of the Brigham which is listed as a Cadillac Brougham. 2006-10-28 19:59
1974 AMC Javelin
Driver: Parallel Lines (2006)
Donington1970 shelby mustang gt500
www.geocities.com/shelbymustangpics/1969_Ford_ShelbyMustangGT500.jpg
2006-10-28 19:37
1971 Plymouth Road Runner
Gran Turismo 2 (1999)
poncho sdwhy did they call it a "Muscle Car" when it is clearly a GTX? - yes there was an original GTX in the game as well, but this is the '71 version 2006-10-28 18:56
1949 Mercury Coupe
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
poncho sdcool as !@#$&^ - just as good in reverse 2006-10-28 18:48
1970 Oldsmobile 442
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
poncho sdgeneric 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 2006-10-28 18:46
1974 Ford LTD Country Squire
Driv3r (2004)
poncho sdthe chrome around the grille is quite similar to that on a dodge dart or demon 2006-10-28 18:43
Triumph Daytona 955i
Driv3r (2004)
poncho sdThe car is DEFINATELY Eastern European. Think it could be a Russian Tatra 2006-10-28 18:22
CitroŽn ZX
Driv3r (2004)
Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)For a front view, this car is the same I believe:

www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=1941
2006-10-28 13:23
CitroŽn ZX
Driv3r (2004)
Rinspeed FR (1253)
et pourquoi pas une Nissan Micra (K10)? images.speurders.nl/images/21/2133/21331763_2.jpg 2006-10-28 12:18
1988 Cadillac Brougham
Grand Theft Auto (1997)
qwerty_86Later '80s models (after the FWD versions were introduced) were just known as Broughams. 2006-10-28 06:08
1981 Dodge Aries
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
qwerty_86Nah, this is a Dodge Aries. 2006-10-28 06:04
Grand Theft Auto (1997)Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)Oh yes, but it was rather cool in its own right I thought, at the time. It is actually a full 10 minute video available for download somewhere, but was there actually a name for the city it was all set in? I just remember the 3 main districts. 2006-10-28 00:28
1971 Lotus Elan S4 Sprint Series I [Type 45]
Gran Turismo 2 (1999)
Rinspeed FR (1253)
merci antp
2006-10-27 22:55
Grand Theft Auto (1997)G-MANN UK (51)
Star Wars Fanatic wrote
and lets not forget the live action movie made for GTA2 :D


That had nothing to do with the game! It was a live action car chase set in present day New York, the game was set about 20 years into the future in some dystopian metropolis.

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2006-10-27 20:55
Grand Theft Auto (1997)G-MANN UK (51)Yeah, the graphics in GTA2 are definetely an improvement on those in GTA1 and they are less 2-dimensional, but look less impressive once you've experienced the 3-D world of GTA3 and Vice City. I first played GTA2 when one of my friends at school had it in 1999, but I didn't have it for myself until years later. The first GTA hardly had cutting-edge graphics even for 1997 but its simplistic top-down, Micro-Machines-esque style made it all the more playable. GTA London had the worst graphics, they were even inferior to GTA1, although it tried to dipict a grimy 60s London it was far less appealing visually, the game had a cheaper, slightly-rushed feel to it, but then techically it was just a mission pack/add-on rather than a complete sequel, GTA2 was the official sequel. 2006-10-27 20:53
Grand Theft Auto (1997)Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)
G-MANN wrote To anyone who has a PC (well you wouldn't be here if you didn't have access to a computer) and has never played this classic game, you don't even have to buy it now, you can download it for free from Rockstar Games' own website: www.rockstargames.com/classics/

You can also download the main sequel GTA2 and some game called Wild Metal. I'm not sure how long this has been available, but to be honest by now if you are any real fan of the series and are suitably old enough to be playing them, you would have finished this game years ago, and you could pick it up now for next to nothing anyway, I bought GTA2 for just £2 from a second-hand game shop several years back. But by then I'd already completed GTA3 and Vice City so it felt pretty dated (although it looked quite good back in 1999) and the control dynamics didn't agree with me, I hated the way the cars handled (I much preferred it like it was in the first game even if it may have been less realistic) and the way they took so long to stop and go into reverse so I only played it a few times then couldn't be bothered with it (good thing I only paid 2 quid for it).


That has definitely been available for quite a long while now. I had this game back in 1998, and have so far successfully managed to acquire just about every GTA on release date, with Vice City Stories being my next target. Personally, I felt that GTA2 was quite an improvement particularly in terms of graphics, with the murky textures now replaced and the sometimes poor framerate dramatically improved. It also starred Claude, the main character who would soon appear in GTA3, and lets not forget the live action movie made for GTA2 :D
2006-10-27 20:34
Grand Theft Auto (1997)G-MANN UK (51)
antp wrote aren't some other vehicles hidden or related to missions done?


Well there were some rumours about hidden vehicles such as a jet fighter hidden off the game map but I've never seen these. On one site I saw a model for a SWAT Team Van listed as part of the vehicles gallery for one of the cities but I've never seen this. On the internet there are many vehicle patches available for download for just about every game in the series with all sorts of designs created by fans, but these are all unofficial by their nature.

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2006-10-27 19:55
Grand Theft Auto (1997)G-MANN UK (51)To anyone who has a PC (well you wouldn't be here if you didn't have access to a computer) and has never played this classic game, you don't even have to buy it now, you can download it for free from Rockstar Games' own website: www.rockstargames.com/classics/

You can also download the main sequel GTA2 and some game called Wild Metal. I'm not sure how long this has been available, but to be honest by now if you are any real fan of the series and are suitably old enough to be playing them, you would have finished this game years ago, and you could pick it up now for next to nothing anyway, I bought GTA2 for just £2 from a second-hand game shop several years back. But by then I'd already completed GTA3 and Vice City so it felt pretty dated (although it looked quite good back in 1999) and the control dynamics didn't agree with me, I hated the way the cars handled (I much preferred it like it was in the first game even if it may have been less realistic) and the way they took so long to stop and go into reverse so I only played it a few times then couldn't be bothered with it (good thing I only paid 2 quid for it).

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2006-10-27 19:39
Ford F-350
Grand Theft Auto (1997)
G-MANN UK (51)That's right. In the game's storyline you start your criminal career in Liberty City (which resembles New York even closer in this game) and after completing the second level "Heist Almighty", mob boss Bubby sends you to San Andreas (vaguely resembling San Francisco) because you've brought too much heat on yourself from your sucess in crime. Then in the cartoon cut-scene at end of Level 4 "Tequila Slammer", homosexual hispanic gang leader El Burro (who reappears in GTA3, even if it's in voice only), wearing nothing but a waistcoat, tells you he's now going to 'personally' reward you for your sucess (and you'll find out why he's known as "The Donkey"). In the next level "Bent Cop Blues", you are now in Vice City (Miami) under the thumb of highly corrupt narcotics officer Deever. I always imagined that your character flees San Andreas to avoid being sodomised by El Burro. Sorry if that sounds homophobic, but when you get to actually see him in the cut-scene, you'd understand why anyone would want avoid getting intimate with this guy. Although the funny thing is you can actually choose a female profile for your character so that would spoil the subplot of El Burro lusting after you (and calling you "pretty boy"). In fact, despite that when you start the game, out of 8 character profile mugshots to choose from 4 of them are women, the in-game dialogue often assumes you are male, to be honest this is more of a boy's game, though there's no reason why girls can't enjoy it.

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2006-10-27 18:57
1992 Chevrolet Caprice
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: The Cop

2006-10-27 18:57
1957 Ford Thunderbird [40]
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Sinthea, who was driving the Sled in the previous game. 2006-10-27 18:51
Volkswagen Combi [Typ 2 / T1]
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Moon Child, who was driving the Piecemaker. 2006-10-27 18:46
Volvo FH12
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
antp BE (26)Driver: Magnum Magnumsson 2006-10-27 18:39

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