CSR 76: Rock ‘n Rollin’
Thanks to @DeusExMackia for coming up with the band name and idea for the logo
Yo, my name’s Buddy Earl, I’m the bassist for the band Eagleheart with my friend Jack “Ledsaw” Page on the lead guitar, Steven Dare on rythmn guitar and Mac “Dustin’” Lee on the drums. You may not heard of them, but that don’t matter because you will soon. Anyway’s we’re touring the US from California to Miami and we need a new ride for the trip. I’ll do most of the driving so I’m picking our ride.
-No racing parts
-No semi slick tyres.
-Engines will run on 91RON unleaded fuel.
-Engines need a catalytic converter and at least 1 muffler
-Trim year must be 1978, but body year can be older
-Vehicle must have a minimum cargo volume of 3000L with at least 200kgs cargo capacity OR 1000L with 1000kgs of tow capacity.
-Maximum cost is $10,000 @0%
Driveability: The band’s gonna be on the road for months, make it easy to drive.
Comfort: Again, they’re on the road for months, they don’t want to be stuck in a car that isn’t very comfortable
Fuel Economy: It’s '78, gas prices are high and the band aren’t exactly made of money, the fewer fuel stops, the better.
Utility and Practicality: Loading and unloading equipment is important, if it’s a pain in the ass to load and unload, the band ain’t going for it.
Styling: The band don’t want to be seen in an ugly car, it ruins the brand image.
Service Cost and Reliability: Again, the band doesn’t have much in the way of funds during this tour, the cheaper it is to maintain and the more reliable it is, the better.
Cargo Space and Tow Capacity: The vehicle will transport the band and all their stuff so at lot of space is needed, although if need be, a trailer can be purchased and used instead, but that would add more costs.
Safety: The band’s gonna be driving a lot, sometimes maybe slightly drunk or high, they don’t want to be in a deathtrap.
Car model: CSR76 - [username].
Car trim: Name of the car or whatever you choose
Engine family: CSR 76 - [username].
Engine variant: Name of the engine or whatever you choose