|You know, I'm starting to hope they do a remaster to this, adding a sedan, wagon, Ute, and a aero front nose to this|
|Should the 1973-75 be here too?|
|This is clearly a 1976-77 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu.|
|My favorite car! |
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| car mad1
Car in real life
|1977 Dodge Monaco front with a Aspen back|
| Twilight Sparkplug wrote |
74-77 Chevelles are called Chevelle Malibu actually.
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|Would this not make more sense to be labeled as a Malibu?|
|I can't argue against the notion that this is based on a 1970s Chevelle, with the stacked headlights and whatnot, but the name is a pretty obvious reference to the Buick Skylark. |
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| JFK wrote |
I'm suprised someone made one of these for a videogame. I hope to see more games have these type of cars
|An amazingly designed car|
|The Moonhawk is arguably the worst performer in the game as of now. It comes with three factory models. The base model has a sluggish I6. The V8 is not noticeably faster in reality, although is technically quicker, boasting a whopping 9.2 0-60 time, compared to the 9.8 of the I6. V8 models also feature tacky chrome striping and hubcaps (seen in the picture). The Sport model features a nicer steering wheel and larger slotted mag alloy wheels with larger tires. However, the engine is no larger and changes simply cosmetic. All come with your choice of an awful 3-speed auto or much better 4-speed manual.|
Two factory versions exist-The Special, a supercharged V8, with larger tires for increased traction-which aren't just cosmetic, as the supercharger gets the car to 60 in 6.4s. The terrible is set up as a banger racer/derby car. It is a base I6, but performance is improved as unnecessary weight is stripped-the bumpers, front and rear fascias and the seats.
|That's a GM Colonnade car, specifically a '76-'77 Chevelle.|
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