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Mitsubishi Minicab

Absolute Drift (2015)
Mitsubishi Minicab
Bristol 412

Rally 3D (2005)
I'm thinking Bristol 412 ?
Suzuki SX4

Yandere Simulator (2015)
SX4 it is.
Hyundai Scoupe

Odyssey By Car (2001)
Front end looks like a 1991-92 Hyundai Scoupe.
Ford V-8

World of Tanks: Blitz (2014)
1935-36 Ford V8 [51] - brochure from 1936
Austin K2/Y

World of Tanks: Blitz (2014)
1939+ Austin K2/Y Ambulance
Plymouth 15S

Travel League: The Missing Jewels (2009)
1946-48 Plymouth
Chevrolet Bel Air

Mystery Trackers: The Void (2010)
1957 Bel Air

Crimelife 2 (2007)
Not a 5 E28. I'm stuck in between 7 E32 and 5 E34 ...
Ford E-Series

Crimelife 2 (2007)
1992-96 Econoline
Chevrolet G-Series

Crimelife 2 (2007)
No Dodge in this pic. 1992-96 Chevrolet Chevy Van
Suzuki Every

Medal of Honor: Warfighter (2012)
Kia Wide Bongo?
Chevrolet G-7107

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad (2011)
Nope, the US6 has three axles and six sets of wheels, hence US "6". The cab, wheelarches and pretty much everything else do not bear a resemblance, either. It's more of a 1942+ Chevrolet G-7107.
Ford V-8 1-Ton

TimeSplitters: Future Perfect (2005)
civic_eg6_94 wrote
The ford does have the front lights detached with the body panel, but this car doesn't

Read what I wrote one more time. I only said that the grille was from the Ford, nothing else ...

Have a N.I.C.E. day! (1997)
Grille shape reminds me of Packard ...
Ford V-8 1-Ton

TimeSplitters: Future Perfect (2005)
I see it as a 1941 International Harvester K-Series with the grille of a 1938-39 Ford.
Made for Game Coupe

Excessive Speed (1999)
Look down. That's right. That's a keyboard. Can you find the 'R' key? Good. Now can you find the 'T' key? Good. See, they're right next to each others, which means that they would inevitably cause a typo from time to time.
Toyota Corolla

Sid Meier's Covert Action (1990)
1975-79 Toyota Corolla
Honda Civic

Little Racers STREET (2012)
It looks like the European 5-door Honda Civic, which was a rebadged Honda Domani.
Toyota Tercel

Snow Job (1995)
This looks more like a 1983-84 Toyota Tercel
Dodge Daytona

Snow Job (1995)
1987-91 Dodge Daytona

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Ford Probe

Snow Job (1995)
1989-92 Ford Probe
Ford LTD Crown Victoria

Wirehead (1995)
Ford Bronco II

Wirehead (1995)
1984-88 Ford Bronco II
LDV Maxus

Real Racing 3 (2013)
It's a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter [T1N] with grille and headlights from an LDV Maxus.
Henschel Pz.Kpfw. VI Tiger Ausf. H1

Rocket Ranger (1988)
Henschel Pz.Kpfw.VI 'Tiger I'
Chevrolet Special De Luxe

Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault (2004)
1942 Chevrolet Special De Luxe
Custom Made Hammerhead

Car Town (2010)
Of course not, it's based on something real. It was not something made just for this game.
Charron Armoured Car

Historyline: 1914 - 1918 (1992)
Mieguy wrote
Production/Presentation was 1902 according to this site:

Well, this is wrong. It was designed in 1902 and was first presented in 1903. The 1902 version was poorly armed, and thus of no interest to the French military. They improved it, and was accepted in 1904 - and entered serial production.
Charron Armoured Car

Historyline: 1914 - 1918 (1992)
1904+ Charron-Girardot-Voigt Armoured Car
Ehrhardt M-17

Historyline: 1914 - 1918 (1992)
1917-18 Ehrhardt M-17
Daimler A7V

Historyline: 1914 - 1918 (1992)
1918 Daimler A7V
Schneider Saint-Chamond

Historyline: 1914 - 1918 (1992)
1917+ Schneider Saint-Chamond
Nissan Truck

Black Mesa (2020)
1993-95 Nissan Truck [D21]
Mercedes-Benz ML

Lollipop Chainsaw (2012)
^ Epic Grammar Nazi failure. You pronounce it as EM-EL, hence the usage of 'an'. Ps.: you should re-write this sentence, if grammar is so important to you:
XC3340 wrote
'An' only can use with the word start from a, e, i, o & u.

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Volkswagen Golf

Regular Show: Winging It (2012)
1992-95 due to the plastic bumpers
Mitsubishi Montero

Regular Show: Winging It (2012)
Rather called Montero in the USA
Toyota Land Cruiser

Regular Show: Winging It (2012)
1988-90 Toyota Land Cruiser [J60]
SAAB V4 Sedan

Rally Trophy (2001)
Not true. It was called 96 on its own from 1960-65, then from 1965, named Saab Sedan for the two-stroke versions and Saab V4 Sedan for the V4 versions. In 1969 they were renamed to Saab 96 V4 and this name continued until end of production in 1980.

So, if this is a 1967, it should be named Saab V4 Sedan with 96 in the chassis code field.

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Ford Crown Victoria

Lollipop Chainsaw (2012)
I'd say 2000-05 Impala
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

Lollipop Chainsaw (2012)
More likely a Dodge or Freightliner, as it was set in the USA. Moreover, how did this get accepted as Mercedes instead of Mercedes-Benz?
Dodge Ram Van

Lollipop Chainsaw (2012)
Looks more like a 1986+ Dodge Ram Van.
International 3800

Lollipop Chainsaw (2012)
Not a Ford B-Series, but an International 3800
Vomag Sd.Kfz. 162 Jagdpanzer IV

Sherman M4 (1989)
No, those are different models. We have two Jagdpanzer IV listed under MIAG, but in reality most of them were made by Vomag.
Fisher M4 A2 'Sherman'

Sherman M4 (1989)
Yes, Fisher M4 A2 'Sherman'
Krupp Pz.Kpfw. IV

Sherman M4 (1989)
Mainly made by Krupp - Krupp Pz.Kpfw.IV
Daimler-Benz StuG III

Sherman M4 (1989)
Daimler-Benz StuG III
Vomag Sd.Kfz. 162 Jagdpanzer IV

Sherman M4 (1989)
Vomag Jagdpanzer IV
Henschel Pz.Kpfw. VI Tiger Ausf. H1

Sherman M4 (1989)
Full name: Henschel Pz.Kpfw.VI 'Tiger I'
Dodge Ram Van

Manhunt 2 (2007)
Based on the Burrito, I'd say Dodge Ram.
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