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I Am Alive (2012)
MOWAG Duro II, 1994
Samlesbury Engineering Bluebird K7

Offroad Outlaws (2017)
Bluebird K7

18 Wheels of Steel: Extreme Trucker (2009)
Looks like a mistaken application of the skin, only rectified in the 2011 version. This is NOT Eckaloo, that has two covered decks behind the bridge. I've not yet found the identity of this ship model in 2011 either, but the hunt continues.
Wayne Sweeper

The Simpsons: Tapped Out (2012)
MintNiko wrote
Elgin Pelican?

The lateral curb sweepers are behind the front axle on the Pelican, whereas in the pictured they are forward of it.

It more closely resembles a Wayne 550
Mack TerraPro

The Last of Us (2013)
MACK TerraPro MRU602

Dead Rising 3 (2013)
1993 Subaru Impreza L

Colin McRae Rally 2005 (2004)
What about the 1977 Subaru Leone 1600? Not a dead ringer but pretty close...close than the Range Rover for instance
TRAK 6000 M

Dead Island 2 (2023)
1990+ TRAK International 6000M, later became the ATLAS & ATLAS II. All look remarkably similar so best to put the earliest version.
Massey Ferguson 1010

Colin McRae Rally 2005 (2004)
1982 Massey Ferguson 1010

The Getaway (2002)
Comfortably Numb wrote
Bedford Astramax

Too curved, especially that front grille. That's a '95 Ford Escort Mk6 Van

DiRT: Showdown (2012)
Is it not just a mid 80s Airstream 345?

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Zombie Shooter 2 (2009)
It bears a fair resemblance to the Rochdale Olympic, although I swear I've seen that front end somewhere else
Entwistle A/S32P-16

Zombie Shooter 2 (2009)
Entwhistle Corporation A/S32P-16 Shipborne Fire Fighting Vehicle
Ford Escort

CaiCar Jongg (2007)
1989 Ford Escort LX
Jaguar XJ40

CaiCar Jongg (2007)
To me it appears as a 1986 Jaguar XJ40

MotoGP 2 (2003)
The angle of the bonnet into the windscreen suggest to me it's a 1978/9 Dodge Cobra Camper

GT-R 400 (2004)
GAZ BTR-60. Very difficult to gauge the type, and thus age. The 60 was first produced in 1959, But the 60PB being most common would put it at 1965.

Lucky & Wild (1993)
Everything but the nose says 1986 Saab 900 Convertible
Shelby Cobra Daytona

Take It Racing 2 (2021)
1964 Shelby Daytona Coupe
Ford Mainline

Deceive Inc. (2023)
rayjunhwang1357x wrote

I agree. That is clearly a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air.


Destruction Derby Arenas (2004)
1987 Gloster-Saro Meteor
Kawasaki Heavy Industries 381-1 Series

Take the A-Train III (1990)
Kawasaki Heavy Industries KuHa 381-1 of the JR-West, built 1973

Transport Tycoon (1994)
Based on the in game name, it's an LMS Stanier Mogul 2-6-0 built at their Crewe Works around 1933.
Volkswagen LT

Fumes (2021)
TheGame wrote
Volkswagen t3?

Something about the proportions makes me think that it is an LT rather than a T3, I'd say it's a Hochraum Kombi LT 28
MOWAG Roland

Confrontation: The Battle for Black Gold (2005)
Based on the name it is almost certainly a MOWAG Roland

Ford Racing 3 (2004)
Leandro wrote
Looks like an Eagle Talon mixed with a Mitsubishi Eclipse

I think you've got it with the Eagle Talon, '92 - '94

Airport Tycoon 3 (2003)
Mercedes-Benz SK

World Racing (2003)
I believe that given it appears to have 5 windows plus space for the door, this is a Ford Trimotor 5-AT-A
Grumman-Olson P-800

Smashy Road: Wanted (2015)
Grumman-Olson P-800
SS Jaguar 100

Street Fighter III: New Generation (1997)
SS Jaguar 100 I'd say
Grumman F-14 Tomcat

Street Fighter EX (1996)
GhostlyNose wrote

I'm pretty sure it's an F-14 Tomcat...

You can see the air intakes too, the top lip curves down on an F-15 whereas on the F-14 (as here) it's flat with the top of the wing shoulder
Toyopet Microbus

Street Fighter: The Movie (1995)

Here's what I've said thus far on this van on the imcdb page. The listing has been around for quite a while so interaction is way down. Maybe over here there'll be some better exchange.
De Dion-Bouton unknown

Historyline: 1914 - 1918 (1992)
I feel like I've found a painting that's used the same source image. Seems to consistently be referred to as German AA. Not the answer but hopefully a lead.
See the wheels,single sticking out headlight, the box by the replacement and where the crew are.
Volkswagen Schwimmwagen

KartRider: Drift (2023)
I reckon its pretty safe to say its a VW Schwimmwagen
Eastern Railway Workshops Motorkanonwagen PZ XI

Historyline: 1914 - 1918 (1992)
I believe it to be this armoured train from Austro-Hungaria circa 1916. A pdf found of armoured trains described it as manufactured by Eastern Railways Workshops in Nowy Sacz
Siemens-Schuckert D.III

Red Baron (1990)
victorvance wrote
There seem to be several variants of the Siemens Schuckert and i am not sure which one this is. :think:

I'm sorry if this was sarcasm, but in the text description it does clearly state the SSW (Siemens-Schuckert Werke) D.III which kinda ties it down

Sid Meier's Civilization (1991)
A No.101 Class Landing Ship of the IJN. As designed by the Kure Naval Arsenal

Link below looks like where they traced the design:
American Car and Foundry R26

Cruis'n World (1996)
Looks to me to be a New York red bird, the earliest being the R26 from 1959.
Antonov An-22

Megapolis (2012)
1965 Antonov AN-22
Ilyushin Il-76

Megapolis (2012)
Bruisemobile wrote

agreed, the IL-76
Antonov An-72

Megapolis (2012)
Bruisemobile wrote
That looks like a Boeing YC-14.

It's close but the cockpit far greater resembles the Antonov AN-72
Fiat 850

SpotRacers (2018)
SolanaBogon2 wrote
Rather Fiat 850

LV-Sayre Locomotive Works Class K-3 Pacific

TrainStation 2 (2018)
From my research there were 2 locomotives given the semi-streamlining on the Lehigh Valley RR, both built in the RR Sayre Works.
This then is an LV-Sayre Class K3 Pacific built in 1917 unfortunately quite the scroll
Morris Minor

TrainStation 2 (2018)
A minor correction (pun somewhat intended), this would technically be a 1965 Morris Minor as that was the first year that police services in the UK decked them out in the Panda Car livery seen above
Windhoff LRZ 14

TrainStation 2 (2018)
Made by Windhoff and the 14 denotes the year of manufacture (2014)
Mitsubishi Lock-Towing Locomotive

Max Payne 3 (2012)
A specially designed locomotive for the Panama Canal, manufactured by the Mitsubishi Corporation in 1997. So, a 1997 Mitsubishi Lock-towing Locomotive or Vehicle is probably the best name.
FSO Polonez

Ravenlok (2023)
I'd argue its an FSO Polonez

Biohazard RE:4 (2023)
1953 Michigan 75A loader. There were several sizes available that all look very similar. The 75A appears the closest match visually
Karrier 1-Ton

PowerWash Simulator (2021)
1960 Karrier BF Ambulance
Tucker Sno-Cat

Hot Wheels: World's Best Driver (2013)
Tucker Sno-cat Model 2000 5-Passenger
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