| TheGreaser wrote
Thanks for checking. If it acts like a locomotive in-game, we can keep it, even if it's not one in real life - see igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=330056
|This is one of DB's cab cars - it's a carriage that has controls that are connected to the locomotive at the other end of the train. The driver can drive the train by sitting here, but it technically doesn't count as a locomotive as it has no power of its own. TheGreaser, did the devs put a locomotive at the other end of the train (something like this), or did they just put these carriages at both ends?
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|Some sort of en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garratt_locomotive
| Victor_2003 wrote
It's the truck from the film. IMCDB hasn't given it its own listing as they don't give pages to animated vehicles unless they're exact matches of real ones, but seeing as we're a bit less strict, we might get away with calling it an International 4700?
|On display at the Steelworks museum in Pueblo. Built by Davenport and used at the Allen coal mine by the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, but I can't find any details on the year and model name.
|Full view in concept art - seems to be a bit of a hodgepodge. You can never have too many domes!
|Image source is a 1987 poster.
| ww_sanderwolf846_ww wrote
I think it makes most sense for this site to mark them as the country that built them, especially in this case where the ship was built for the British Navy and only later sold to Peru. Thinking in terms of cars, we wouldn't mark a Peugeot as British if it was in a UK Police livery.
DiRT: Showdown (2012)
|Six locations missing
|Front view from SSB4 to help ID.
|This looks like it was inspired by Star Wars' speeder bike.
Destroy All Humans! (2005)
| TheGreaser wrote
Took me 3.5 years, but now done.
|Adapted from igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=334516
|Not a real tank, but apparently based on a modeller's creation.
|Probably best to list as Custom Made.
| Silnev wrote
Seeing as Hot Wheels based on real cars get listed as their real-life counterparts, should probably list this under Mattel, as the original toy predates Hot Wheels by more than a decade.
|These three blurry cars are from a promotional video that can be unlocked in the in-game gallery. There's a clearer version of the original video before it was compressed onto a PS2 disc here.
| RussianRacer9 wrote
| Leandro wrote
Close, but a slight miscalculation, it's a Monarch.
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|1982 Suzuki Carry?
IGCD Future releases and to-do list (2023)
| Solarriors wrote
Yes, you've been able to do that for over a year now.
| AHotWheelsCollector wrote
Good find, looks like all of the models are from the site, should make them easier to ID.