Another cool Japanese car I like is the 1967 Mazda Cosmo.
[quote=“Marian87”]Yeah, it is a very beautiful car indeed and also the Nissan Fairlady z is awesome.
The perfect combination would be to buy this carscoop.blogspot.com/2009/01/toyota-2000gt-replica-based-on-nissan.html. A 2000gt replica built on a 240z.[/quote]
Mmm, that does look nice.
The only thing I wonder about is the Interior… The 2000GT had much nicer interior than the Fairlady Z, which wasen’t all that bad either.
That and I’d probably still go for the L series 3L or 3.1 Stroker… Perhaps with a FI ITB setup… Not that theres anything wrong with the RB, but im not a big fan of modern engines in classic cars…
I wonder what a Conversion like that would cost anyways…
Edit: the other thing Is I would use a 260 or 280Z to build one of those replicas… for one thing they strengthened the frame starting with the 260Z, and the 280Z has a much lower market value, lowest of all the real Zs. The Rarer 240 can be 2 or 3 times as much as a 280.
To be honest I also would have preffered that these guys would have used newer cars for the base of the replica. It’s a shame to ruin a 240z for the sake of a replica.
This might be an interesting body to include in the game. Sam Loover’s car from the 1969 British show Joe90
I suggest this site for all kinds of British and American cars mostly from the 40s 50s and 60s but also some modern ones.
That is a rather cool site, I’ll have to check that one out in more detail
Cool, hope it helps
Here’s a vast index of car pictures, many rare and many concepts. Hope it helps
Also a few examples:
1958, 1959, 1961 Chevy Impala and any else bodyworks related to them
1950s Nash Rambler
1950s Nash Metropolitan
I am sure they would be cool.
How can we forget the classic car body and SUV? It would neat to make contracts with various agencies like law enforcement or the military. Maybe fleet cars?
Hummer type vehicle for military products.
Classic Ford Crown Victoria for fleet vehicles. If that is an aspect in the game, how cool would that be? For fun… light bars.
Dodge Charger type vehicle.
Dodge Magnum. Making a sedan and wagon variant of a car would be awesome.
Get ready to sleep,let’s go for the boring ones :
another Kia,it’s the Clarus
Ford Crown Victoria(what a boring car)
Ford Taurus 1st gen
Vauxhall/Opel/Holden/Chevrolet/Saturn Astra 1st gen
I MEAN WHAT A CAR,SUCH A BEAUTY DON’T YOU THINK
Well the Liana is interesting because Top Gear and the fact that nobody else bought it …
Crown Vic is interesting because it’s a Crown Vic.
And Astra is interesting because you say that GTE version is boring.
if you haven’t picked it up yet, i do like my fords!
Crown Vics are a ball to hoon. I will own one as a dd someday and a bonus they take all the horsepower upgrades that a modular Mustang takes. On Manual swaps are cake
An American muscle car will certainlky be needed, so a basis of a Dodge Viper or Corvette might be cool.
Both a small compact/economy car and a small sports car, based off a Dodge Neon or Dodge Neon SRT-4
How about some boxy “retro” American sedans that should made it to production.
Or the brand new released Dodge Dart? Full reveal Jan 9, 2012.