|Kinda looks like a tractor.|
|Look at how high the belt line is, Ram Van.|
|Can't wait to blow this thing up.|
|Now all we need is a new DeLuxo!|
|Definitely a Camaro, and I think 'Bitchin' Wheels' is a reference to the Dead Milkmen song "Bitchin' Camaro" Its a very obscure reference, but it makes sense.|
|Oh god, it looks like it wants to devour my soul. Has the guy who rendered this ever even seen a Camaro? Because this looks more like Cthulu's daily driver.|
|Worst handling car in the game, I'd rather eat fried rubber than drive this.|
|I know its based 90% off the Chevrolet Camaro/Pontiac Firebird, but ther is a hint of Fiberfab Avenger in there as well, especially in the rear fenders, but its still definitely a Firebird/Camaro.|
|Only bad thing about the Splitter is FWD, but I edited the game files to make it 4WD, so it keeps its good off-road handling without the lameness of FWD, because it genuinely is the best derby-class car in the game styling-and-handling-wise, and pretty good in the speed and acceleration departments, so if you can overlook the FWD lameness, it really is an excellent choice! Also its based on a 3rd generation Camaro, with a dash of 4th generation Corvette thrown in, which is absolutely epic, and unquestionably cool. Also it has a bull bar which automatically makes it 20% cooler (and 20% more lethal, if you believe the "we-hate-fun-and-worship-safety" propaganda pamphlets that stereotypical concerned liberal soccer moms give out).|
|Why are you so quick to write the car off as a Bullet GT, it gould just as easily be a Dukes with the louvers.|
|The engine in this thing is ENOURMOUS! It has to be at least a 7 litres.|
|Why is it that when ANYTHING has daul round headlights, someone comes along and is like "IT LOOKS LIKE A DODGE CHALLENGER"? They're actually EXTREMELY common.|
|Looks exactly like the VooDoo from the GTA series, and that's an Impala, so its only logical to assume that his is as well.|
|In game name is '87 DaFuck U, not sure about the spelling, since the name is only ever brought up in dialogue.|
| lcpdcv wrote |
The entire game looks like this, regardless of what you're using. Its Silent Hill, there's supposed to be fog everywhere because that's where the monsters hide, the only way to remove it would be to use mods, and no one has ever made one to do so (because it would basically ruin the entire game).
|There's one thing I don't get about this one: the engine is in the back, but it drives the front wheels... WHY?|
|Anyways, I finally figured it out, its a 1970 Plymouth Belvedere:|
| ACE the ultimatum wrote |
The picture you posted ISN'T a Roadrunner. The Roadrunner was NEVER offered as a sedan. The Skylark was available as a Coupe AND a Sedan.
This is a Roadrunner:
This is a Skylark:
Now you know.
-- Last edit: 2012-07-24 20:57:12
| ACE the ultimatum wrote |
No, you have it backwards, Roadrunner is the coupe and Skylark is the sedan. How dense are you?
|From what I can tell, this was the most popular car in Shepard's Glen, it can be found in various states of decay all over the town, from stripped-down parts cars like these to nearly-drivable beaters. You can even find a convertible version in the local Junkyard (though, its implied that it wasn't always a convertible).|
However, the only working vehicle in the vicinity is Travis Grady's Peterbilt (the last running Squad Car was wrecked shortly before Alex's arrival).
|Oh, come on. Does anyone honestly think that there's a pick-up out there that looks like that? Made For Game.|
Actually, I stand corrected, there are trucks that look sort-of like that.... kinda?
If its based off of anything real, its based off a Chevrolet Corviar Ramp-Side:
-- Last edit: 2012-07-22 17:57:09
|Double-post. My bad.|
|1978 Peterbilt 362 Daycab:|
I mean its been scaled-down and made more boxy (probably due to graphical limitations, boxier cars have fewer polygons and are easier on older CPUs). Also, they've tinkered with the locations and styles of the pillars and removed a few, and given it square headlights, all of which makes sense for an un-playable background vehicle in an early game: angles and round shapes add at least 8 polygons, and pillars add at least 3, and polygons are tough on simple CPUs).
|Definitely a Lexus RX|
|Yeah, at first I was thinking Gremlin, but no, its definitely a Chevette.|
|Ford Cargo with generic windows:|
|Not convinced, I still say Impala.|
| Tycek wrote |
So if I stuck a big Deer head on my Camaro it would cease to be a Camaro and become an original, proprietary car, right?
|Not made for game, not Econoline, its a 1977 Dodge Tradesman:|
A company made a bunch of custom 6-wheeled Tradesmans back in the 70s, very few survived, but adding an extra axle to Dodge vans is still a common thing to do in Van Culture:
Oh, and the front wheels are irrelevant, as they have to be like that to accommodate the giant Johnny Gat head's chin.
|Aston Martin Rapide|
|They slathered on the generic sauce pretty thick, but its a 1966 Chevrolet Impala:|
|A FWD BMW? Okay then...|
|Those square looks, that hood, British origin? We are definitely looking at a TVR Tasmin:|
Although, it does have a bit of Vantage in it as well.
|2010 Chevrolet Caprice PPV?|
-- Last edit: 2012-06-30 16:55:58
|Proportion-wise, it looks like a non-stretch 2009 Cadillac One:|
But, more likely, its supposed to be a 2005 Cadillac CTS:
|Front end of a Dodge Challenger, rear end of a Chrysler Crossfire, label it whichever you think is more fitting.|
| lcpdcv wrote |
Its GTA, they'll take parts from cars of different decades and mash them together. The rear says 70s, but the shape of that front end screams late 80s, so we'll just have to wait until we see it from a different angle. For all we know this could be the new Ruiner or Vigero.
Speaking of the Ruiner, that better be making a comeback. That was my favorite car from GTA IV.