| JFK wrote |
I though so too, but they never came as standard (would have been too expensive for a car anyone was supposed to afford) and I've seen them on 1926-1927 models as well.
| Mieguy wrote |
That is proably better option
Well, if someone is driving this, outside of that mission SPOILER where you must destroy cars in Morrelis backyard SPOILER END, it is a ironic driving, because I saw this thing once, when I stopped in front of it at steep incline outside the town, that this car couldnt go anywhere then, just spinning its wheels. So this is not car that you drive when you need to hurry. Or at least go anywhere in reasonable amount of time, when you still using clock, not a calendar to measure time
|Or developers were just lazy to put it in. :P|
But think about the character who has to crank it up first That would be funny the first time, but all other times utterly boring for the Player.
Btw, i think thats the reason why Americans call it "crank it up" when they press down the accelerator while in neutral just to make noises .
|All Tin Lizzies in Mafia are proably 1919 models, because when you start it, you dont need starting-crank (thanks Google translator), electric starter equipped Tin Lizzies were produced in 1919, according to Czech wiki.|
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