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#DRIVE (2019)
This game is great but it really needs more iconic classics - like the Chevy Camaro, the Aston Martin DB5, maybe even a Shelby Cobra.
Fleetwood Bounder

#DRIVE (2019)
Old version used to have bullet holes in the door - just like in the show. No idea why they removed those.
DAF City

#DRIVE (2019)
Difficult to gather information about this particular car, for some reason.
CitroŽn 2CV

#DRIVE (2019)
Really love the battered travel-weary look. In the 70s, these cars were used in endurance rallies tens of thousands of kilometres long - like France to Afghanistan and back, for example. You could realistically expect the car to look like this.
Fiat 500

#DRIVE (2019)
Fiat 500 L (Lusso) model - produced from 1967 to 1971.
Trabant 601

#DRIVE (2019)
This is definitely a 1990 Trabant 1.1 - The front alone is so similar it's uncanny. The horizontal slits have just been made vertical.

The rear, sides and general structure all check out too.

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2021-05-22 11:54:32
CitroŽn 2CV

#DRIVE (2019)
One of the best cars ever made. It's ugly as hell, but damn it's reliable.
Ford Econoline

#DRIVE (2019)
A rather large time gap between 1970 (in-game) and 1992 (year given here). Are we sure the model is right? The in-game names are different, but the years given are usually within a ten-year range of the actual model it was based on.

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2021-05-13 14:54:47
CitroŽn Ami 6

#DRIVE (2019)
This car is a composite. The sides and rear are those of a CitroŽn Ami 6, but the front of the Ami is definitely different from what is shown here and in the game. The front shown here is either a Renault design or a Dacia but I can't nail down the exact model.
Made for Game Warehouse Vehicle

#DRIVE (2019)
This resembles the DeliRo mail delivery robot that was introduced in Japan last year. Same size, structure and function. Probably the inspiration behind this.
Bamby

#DRIVE (2019)
This is a one-door one-seater microcar lmao. No place for the cool guy chatting with you.
Bond Bug

#DRIVE (2019)
Front end - 1973 Reliant Robin Mk. 1
Rear end - 1970 Bond Bug

Cool version is mostly same on both ends but is a 4 wheeled variant produced by Webster Motor Company
Jeep J-Series

#DRIVE (2019)
The Front heavily resembles a 1971 Ford F 250 Camper Special. Dunno about the rear. Either way, it resembles a fifth generation 1967-1972 Ford pickup imo
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