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Polda 7 (2022)
Tak oni to ještě vydávají (They still make those)
Nike One

Gran Turismo 4 (2004)

Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
Runoff1999 a écrit

On other pages, fictional variants that are essentially duplicates with minor cosmetic differences are usually considered a unique car to be included in the roster. At least from what I've seen from other pages such as Gran Turismo and Forza.

‘k, all done
Chevrolet Advance-Design Panel

MX vs. ATV Unleashed (2006)
Son-UV-Digger /j

Bubsy 3D (1996)

Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
This thing actually appears on the Hollywood studios arena

Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
Runoff1999 a écrit
Champion Editions are missing from this page currently.

With the exception of Steel Thunder (which doesn’t exist IRL otherwise) they’re barely any different except the flags and front decoration. So dunno whether they count.

Then again it’s true every truck except the bonus ones (fictional ones, Digger recolors and The Hulk) has it.
Freightliner FLB

Wacky Races (2008)
Whoa, the gap between this game and the original toon shows its age and disparity. On the other hand Wacky Races cartoon (and thus The Great Race movie to some degree) is the reason the racing game genre has been such a wide range, from authentic to karts and silly.
Ford F-150

Monster 4x4: Masters of Metal (2003)
Nick Name a écrit

I was doing them all at once so probably forgot.

I see, all cool
Ford F-150

Monster 4x4: Masters of Metal (2003)
(Looking at the menu) Is it unplayable tho? Or did you just forget to check that thing while editing?

Lawn Mowing Simulator (2021)
…and today I already learned about a rubber duck simulator. Looks like everything is possible now. o.o Then again this seems to be based on something productive…
Ford E-Series

Autobahn Racer: World Challenge (2005)
A lot similar to GMC Vandura at very least
Volkswagen I.D. Buggy

DiRT 5 (2020)
Ferring Sylveon a écrit
What is this unique electric beast?
Dune Buggy

Beetle Crazy Cup (2000)
Meyers Tow’d

The roof is kinda confusing but I swear I’m not fooling you.
(Luxi, DS Kits, Senk, Sentry - all of these)

Motor Town: Behind The Wheel (2021)
Tatra 815-7 is the closest match imho but then again the… windshield? Dunno what this is supposed to mean but the cabin and lights (some had more) scream Tatra.

LEGO Stunt Rally (2000)
As far I remember, there was an unplayable van fooling around the road, transforming into a hazard liquid once you hit it. Depending on the environment. Strawberry jam for the city, oil for the desert, chemical waste for the jungle and the land of ice.
Not sure I can run the game once I take my time to dig the CD out…

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Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
Nick Name a écrit
Mandela Moment: Does anyone else remember the REAL original grave digger (red mud truck) being in the game?

I need to correct myself - the original GD is drawn on this one:
It's drawn on a playable vehicle and way too blurry to get its own profile but yes, technically it's in the game... :P
The 20th Anniversary GD was a real thing IRL as well, it’s more visible on real photos.

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Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
Nick Name a écrit
Mandela Moment: Does anyone else remember the REAL original grave digger (red mud truck) being in the game?

The “1983 version” has already got an inaccurate model (being a simple repaint) and the “anniversary” one looks barely different so if the original red one was there, it would feel super off.

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2023-05-10 13:40:51

Hello Kitty and Sanrio Friends Racing (2014)
Looks like those car miniatures for toddlers to sit in, Jeep ones existed as well for sure. Nothing more, nothing less. Hello Kitty racing ftw..
Kawasaki 7000 Series

Ghostwire: Tokyo (2022)
Is it set in future? Or just an “alternate reality”?
Chevrolet Astro

The Simpsons: Hit & Run (2003)
Some textures feel ‘funny’ but for real, for something cartoon-based (more like animated sitcom but point stands), details of the cars and grafics in general are something beautiful.

Eddy & Co (1995)
Allegedly based on mascots of a German frozen food company. I also had to look closer they’re snowmen and not penguins…

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2023-05-07 15:23:44

Have a N.I.C.E. day! (1997)
An interesting title I must admit :v

Spirit of Speed 1937 (1999)
Some nice vehicles! Unfortunately twas panned really horribly. Bit sad when I finally learn about a single racing game set in the first half of the previous century.
Benz Patent-Motorwagen

Driving Legends: The Car Story (2019)
It’s sweet this part of history can get into any game whatsoever. And yeah, it’s in GT4 as well

PowerWash Simulator (2021)
American LaFrance Eagle definitely.

Choro Q HG 3 (2002)
And “Choro-Q HG 3” since the original Japanese logo is already on the poster.

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2023-05-06 13:49:55

Forza Horizon 5 (2021)
I feel like it might be a MAN or based on it. Not super sure but some distinct features seem to be there.
Volkswagen Combi

Beetle Crazy Cup (2000)
Hm, the vans (how they’re called in the game) are actually titled Van W1-4, depending on the skin. Nonetheless their race is the only one where CPUs change depending on the player’s vehicle. Even tho they’re the same model with 4 skins and the same params.

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2023-05-05 19:43:24

Pickup Express (2000)
Giggity express:P
Made for Game Racecar

DethKarz (1998)
The quirky thing about this vehicle is it's half-hidden on the car selection menu as well - you don't list it as a "Car" but "Class". As the 4th class of any other car, which is non-existent, you get Templar instead. That's why you gotta get the logo of Blitzwagen, Anassi etc. in the background. So yea, only one Templar in the game. And it ain't used by CPU.

Beetle Crazy Cup (2000)
One of the fastest cars of Speed class, yet vastly overused (and toned down) as a CPU opponent… and looking at the back, I can see why.

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Volvo 850 R

Rally Championship 2000 (1999)
I lol’d nonstop
Made for Game Monster Truck

Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
Silnev a écrit

You obviously haven't checked many entries then. Most monster trucks are listed as so. For the field to be blank means you changed it stop doing that.

Also when listing vehicles as 'Made for game' we include what kind of vehicle they are in the model field.

Ok, I don’t desire to stir things up or turn this conversation into something else but I recently made a research and the reason was just a lacking local CZ layout and I can explain why.

The thing is Monster Truck slot (along with others) is totally absent in CZ here so that’s why it doesn’t show (here, MTM series or wherever else) and I couldn’t scroll it. But afterall I left the “Class” empty in default so no, I repeat - no, I haven’t changed it. However switching the site in English, I can see Monster truck Class everywhere, I can scroll it as well. But it’s done already so I guess I can thank you and stay out.

So I might provide with evidence by screenshoting CZ and EN pages and privately sending if there’s a problem with access.

Or I can just keep the site in English for the next time.

If it’s all only a matter that I should all realize earlier, then I’m sorry about that.

Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
There’s Inland Productions theme truck as well but not present on the PC version. Probs on PS2, dunno whether GameCube. I only own the PC version though.
Made for Game Monster Truck

Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
Silnev a écrit
M00ndreamer, 'Made for Game' does not go in Extra info.

Also why did you remove the vehicle class from all your edits?

Never seen a monster truck having any classification on this site, always left empty.
Ford Model T

Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
Out of the game’s “extra trucks” this is def the best homage along with Rayman.
Meyers Manx

Beetle Crazy Cup (2000)
Is it a Manx tho? I’ve always wondered what this is in real life…
Mack CH

Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction (2002)
Bruisemobile a écrit
The logo on the grill seems to suggest it being a Mack.

Which one might it be? Idk much of these and whether they made similar big panel vans. Both Dog Pound and this use the same base btw.