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Finally, a full-sized E-segment body that doesn’t look too dated for the mid-90s to early-00s. I’ve been waiting for something like this, and it’s a welcome addition to your growing list of mod bodies.


Some 70s or 50s family car in future?


Rather quick update! My old laptop went to sleep forever, as the motherboard fried. Thankfully I have backup of my models and everything. Now using a new laptop, I’m extremely disconnected and feel really off the tracks so to speak. It’ll be likely I won’t be uploading/making a mod in some time, but I cannot say for certain how long. I hope to get back into it, but I honestly have no idea how long it’ll take me to get used to a complete refresh…


Continental 00’s body collection

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00’s GT Sedan body (2.7m) with a vast lineup of 16 different variants, some featuring different livery patterns to experiment with. 1995 year. Based upon Bentley Continental GT. (To scale dimensions.)

Standard Normal {N}
Standard Livery 1 (GT3) {L1}
Standard Livery 2 (Rolls Royce Two Tone) {L2}
Standard Livery 3 (Bugatti Two Tone) {L3}
Standard Two Tone {L4}
Targa Glass {TG}
Targa Hard {TH}
Targa Soft {TS}
Spyder Hard {SH}
Spyder Soft {SS1}
Spyder Soft (No window) {SS2}
Cabrio Coach {CC1}
Cabrio Coach Glass {CCG}
4 door {4DR}
4 door Cabrio Coach {4CC}
4 door Cabrio Coach Glass {4CG}

For 4.21 Open Beta

Continental body (2.7m)


Continental body SWB (2.5m)


Continental body LWB (3.5m)



This is the first mod you’ve done in a long time that comes in three different sizes: a small one for muscle cars and sports coupes, an intermediate-sized one for full-sized cars, and a huge one for highly exclusive ultra-luxury cars. All of them would be great choices for building high-end premium cars from the mid-90s onward. My only suggestion would be a fourth body size, with a wheelbase around 3.0m, to give us the chance to build smaller F-segment mainstream luxury cars (A8, 7er, S-class, Lexus LS, Jaguar XJ, Holden Statesman/Caprice, Ford Fairlane/LTD, etc.).


I was thinking of making a Maybach 72 sized one, but that was too massive, considering the 62 size one is already an absolute unit. But I don’t know about a 3.0m one, there isn’t too much between the size of that and a 2.7m one I don’t think?


Haven’t updated this thread for quite some time! Some of you might already know, but I’m now busy working on a wedge shaped super car body which will be vanilla for the game! I’ve been quite dedicated to doing it, and thanks to help from HardRooster, I’m improving a lot:

So the position of this thread is likely to change, or maybe not be used as often. Not quite sure yet. But expect the body in game soon enough! :sparkles:


This one is so obviously based on a Ferrari 308/328 that I’m starting to think how an OutRunner or Rad Racer could do awesome things with it. I really hope it can fit in big engines, though, especially if the engine in question is a V10 or V12.


I’ve been waiting for something like this for a long time.


Looks like the Ferrari from “Magnum” right there.


It’s been a fair while since I’ve updated my thread, I might as well tell everyone what’s happening so far on my end. :smile:

I’ve started my course at university for games design! So it will be taking up most of my time currently. However I do have a few interesting projects I’m working on.

The most recent one I completed is a European style 50’s car with quite a few variants, soon to be in game:

I am also slowly working on finishing up a classic American saloon car, with a couple variants to go with it (Estate and coupe)

And finally I am creating a full model of my favourite all time car: The Mitsuoka Orochi!

In the future it’s most likely I will be re-working my old Porsche 910 mod, to go into game as vanilla too, but that’s all my current mod progress so far. :sparkler:


Peugot 403, thank you! :pray: :heart_eyes_cat::metal: