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CSR 107 - Wake Up (It's 1984)


yeeaaahhh… :sweat_smile:

did you submit it already? If not, try an iron block and 2v. I personally would try not to sacrifice SOHC for Pushrods, but you have enough displacement to make it viable.

On another note, @CorsicaUnknown I actually didn’t know I hadn’t submitted yet, thanks for the wake up call! However not submitting is going to end up have working to my benefit, because of my “minor” mistake on the ET


I will be submitting within time, though by how much I don’t know. I have to finish the rest end and make the ad, and contemplate whether I regret switching to FWD.


From Italy with love, the Legore Monterosa 760 GTSi :


Nah you won’t, I made 3 FWD cars for the challenge and all of them were better than my RWD cars.


My V8 would burn the front tires. I think RWD was the right choice as AWD was not popular in premium sedans back then.


I’m not going to be messing with much, the engine and styling are set in stone; I’m gonna make the FWD model the best I can and then switch it to the best RWD version I can make and see whose numbers are better. Depends on how much wheelspin the chauffer can stand.


If you’re interested in comparing yours to something, here is the one I actually should’ve submitted.
Not quite finished, but technically done.

CSR 107 - Oldenways - Quost M180 Classé.car (52.0 KB)


1984 Warren Sutherland PMC Performance
By @mat1476 and @mcp928

More pictures


I want to warn that my car looks very much like yours, even though I have been working on it for some time. There’s only so many Lincoln styling cues to go around.


PMC, providing crate engines to Warren since 1984. Please buy our fleet trucks, commuter sales aren’t going so good.


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please rename this round csr 106, because last round doesn’t count anymore


1984 Banthaar Vanter V8


Mikaza P


The 1984 Tanaka Crezta 3.0 L Executive

Ain’t got no time for a proper advert…

The Crezta has always been a Japanese executive sedan. However, an import company brought it to the LAND OF THE FREE A.K.A USA. They put the interior parts of the Aventus (which was available in the US) for left-hand-drive conversion.


How did this communist vehicle get into the US?! Well it appears to an extremely rare grey import customised with Advanced Western Electronic Fuel Injection system to allow the engine to meet the Western market…

The DHB DJ774G 6.0 which is used by the very top party officials in the Democratic Socialist Republic of Anikatia (DSRA). Powered by a massive rear mounted 6.0L OHV V8 it is quick yet opulent & luxurious. Utilising the same basic platform of the DJ772 introduced in 1966 but given a modernisation in 1980s.


a rare case of a video ad


I say Tucker ftw


I am at work until 6 p.m. Pacific, I get home roughly by 7 p.m. Pacific, I’ll have to submission into tonight no later than 8 p.m. Pacific


If my math is right, you’ll have time to spare. 10 hours ago was the 24 hour notice, it’s about 10:30 local time on the west coast. 8PM is 9.5 hours away for you, and 10+9.5 is 19.5, so you’ll have about three hours left.

This assumes that by pacific, you mean US Pacific time. There is a pacific time in Australia for all I know. I didn’t do the math to see if that makes sense.