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Road Rash 64 (1999)


BR Victor_2003

2021-10-15 12:36
Suzuki?
Piaggio Vespa

Road Rash 64 (1999)


CZ Aginnon

2017-12-11 11:23
Piagio Vespa with a modernized front.
Piaggio Vespa

Road Rash 64 (1999)
US OldNFS

2017-12-10 12:24
Vespa.
Ford Crown Victoria

Road Rash 64 (1999)


CZ Aginnon

2017-01-27 21:06
Chevy Caprice.
Ford Crown Victoria

Road Rash 64 (1999)
DE MrBlonde294

2017-01-27 20:32
the car looks to modern for a diplomat or a gran fury, its has round shapes.
in this time periode there where used
ford crown victoria
ford taurus
chevrolet caprice or impala
dodge interpride
BMW Z3

Road Rash 64 (1999)


VC Desscythe17

2013-12-19 12:10
How exactly does anyone see a BMW Z3 in this?
Ford Crown Victoria

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2013-12-19 12:01
civic_eg6_94 wrote

No! If you look at it carefully, you can see that this is a boxier version of a 1991 Crown Vic. Even the front didn't match an 80's Diplomat.


Read one of my previous comments to see why it is DEFINITELY NOT a Ford Crown Victoris.

All cars in Road Rash 64 are unplayable and (maybe) therefore very stylistic. You have to own this game to be able to judge the cars.
This police car has huge rectangular taillights and low outward front signal lights, so it's either a 1980 Dodge Diplomat or a 1982 Plymouth Gran Fury.
I think the complexity of this front styling makes it most likely a 1980 Dodge Diplomat.

upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/77/1977Diplomat.jpg
www.imcdb.org/vehicle_451701-Plymouth-Gran-Fury-1982.html

Honda Civic

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2013-12-14 10:56
civic_eg6_94 wrote


It's the same. The [EF] Civic is still in production until 1992. So no need to change anything.


Usually, when identifying and filing a car, we mention the year in which a new generation of a model was introduced, unless radical cosmetic changes were executed throughout the period.
So for me it makes sense to file this one as the 1987 Honda Civic.


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2013-12-14 14:12:33
Ford Crown Victoria

Road Rash 64 (1999)


ID civic_eg6_94

2013-12-14 03:30
ChoclitBunny wrote
No! If you look at it carefully, you can see that this is a boxier version of a 1991 Crown Vic. Even the front didn't match an 80's Diplomat.
Honda Civic

Road Rash 64 (1999)


ID civic_eg6_94

2013-12-14 03:01
ChoclitBunny wrote
>>>>>>> 1987 <<<<<<< Honda Civic (4th generation).
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_Civic
Initially I assumed this car to be a Honda Civic Mk V, because of its typical rearlight units, but on second thoughts the overall (angular) shape (body & windows) is more like a Honda Civic Mk IV.


It's the same. The [EF] Civic is still in production until 1992. So no need to change anything.

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2013-12-14 03:32:58
Ford Crown Victoria

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2013-12-13 20:56
1980 Dodge Diplomat.
carsdodge.info/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/dodge-diplomat-police-cars.jpg

(Check the low outward front signal lights and the body's black/white pattern... the line going up from the chassis to the rear window is exactly Dodge Diplomat.)


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2013-12-19 12:12:00
Honda Civic

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2013-12-13 20:38
>>>>>>> 1987 <<<<<<< Honda Civic (4th generation).
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_Civic
Initially I assumed this car to be a Honda Civic Mk V, because of its typical rearlight units, but on second thoughts the overall (angular) shape (body & windows) is more like a Honda Civic Mk IV.
Ford Crown Victoria

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2011-09-30 16:11
:hello: ... 1980 Dodge Diplomat...? :hello:
upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0e/1980-1983_Dodge_Diplomat_1.jpg
mycarblog.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/dip.jpg
www.allpar.com/squads/diplomat.html
www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=466&width=1280
It's clear to see that this is a police car from around 1980... it has HUGE RECTANGULAR TAILLIGHTS and LOW OUTWARD FRONT SIGNAL LIGHTS, so it could be a 1980 Dodge Diplomat or 1982 Plymouth Gran Fury, but DEFINITELY NOT a 1999 Ford Crown Victoria!


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2013-12-19 12:05:01
Harley-Davidson Softail

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2011-09-18 00:16
1997 Harley Davidson Softail:
www.hotmanuals.com/images/p/harley_davidson_softail_1997-1998_l.jpg
Harley-Davidson Fat Boy

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2011-09-18 00:04
1998 Harley Davidson Fatboy:
image.automotive.com/f/features/9460564+soriginal/0309_04z+1998_Harley_Davidson_Fat_Boy+Left_Side_View.jpg
Ford Mustang

Road Rash 64 (1999)


PL sajmon14

2011-08-04 14:14
1994
Harley-Davidson Softail

Road Rash 64 (1999)
PT Ford78

2010-10-26 21:35
Bulldog X1
Harley-Davidson Fat Boy

Road Rash 64 (1999)
PT Ford78

2010-10-26 21:35
Harley Davidson V-Rod
Ford Crown Victoria

Road Rash 64 (1999)
PT Ford78

2010-04-27 19:16
Because I agree with IGCD staff, so canīt be unknown, and canīt be made for game.
Ford Crown Victoria

Road Rash 64 (1999)
PT Ford78

2010-04-27 19:15
ChoclitBunny wrote
Dear IGCD staff,

Could we file this one as "unknown" or "made for game" until the original source for this police car is known, for it is definitely not a Crown Victoria!


No!
Ford Crown Victoria

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2010-04-27 17:27
Dear IGCD staff,

Could we file this one as "unknown" or "made for game" until the original source for this police car is known, for it is definitely not a Crown Victoria!
Dodge Ram

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2010-01-27 16:58
No, I'm not sure. PCP&L have been a bit wacky in car-styling. I like that, but if this is a Dodge Ram indeed, I wonder why they would have changed the very characteristic grill of the Dodge Ram...
Dodge Ram

Road Rash 64 (1999)
CA dodge1970

2010-01-26 17:51
You sure? www.applehill4x4.com/photogallery/00305.jpg
Dodge Ram

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2010-01-26 16:27
I've always had my doubts about this pickup being a Dodge Ram.
And now Í think I've found it... I believe it is based on a 1984 Toyota Hilux:
imcdb.org/images/101/702.jpg
Hyundai Excel

Road Rash 64 (1999)
NL ChoclitBunny

2009-03-22 16:40
Last night I played this game once more, saw this car standing still... I viewed it from all sides, and it's a Hyundai Excel.
(Originally called Excel, Hyundai named it Accent for Europe and other markets.)

- Hyundai Excel -
rantsandrevs.com/?p=3

- 1995-1999 Hyundai Accent -
consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/1995-to-1999-hyundai-accent-5.htm

(The taillights of this car are unmistakably Hyundai Excel... check it...)


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2009-04-09 18:31:14
Ford L-9000

Road Rash 64 (1999)
dwayne

2008-07-08 10:30
Ford L-9000
Ford L-9000

Road Rash 64 (1999)
dwayne

2008-07-08 10:30
Ford L-9000
Ducati Supermono

Road Rash 64 (1999)


FR M@xtimot

2008-06-29 20:28
Ducati?
Kawasaki Ninja

Road Rash 64 (1999)


CA SizSkiizd

2008-06-28 16:50
Kawasaki Ninja
Hyundai Excel

Road Rash 64 (1999)


CA SizSkiizd

2008-06-28 16:49
I think it's a Hyundai Accent
Chevrolet Blazer

Road Rash 64 (1999)
carfan

2008-06-27 23:13
No, 1995-2005 Chevrolet Blazer.
Chevrolet Corvette

Road Rash 64 (1999)


FR takumi

2008-06-27 11:10
no! its an corvette c3
Ford Ranger

Road Rash 64 (1999)


FR takumi

2008-06-25 11:17
toyota hilux or nissan hardbody
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