Oh, I think we can do loud…
It says it requires “at least 4 seats”, but if Coupé bodies are allowed, does that mean +2 or +3 suffice? Or is it specific to 4 full-size seats?
I also used twin/single drum brakes, because I wasn’t sure what the brake requirement means in actuality.
Pls use only 4 or more full-size seats guys
About the brakes we are not sure yet but it’s a good choice so far.
While a good choice, there should probably be some leniency on brake fade though. These are going to be heavy cars, and drums will heat up fast.
is Mid-Engine Monocoque with McPhersons allowed or nah
I don’t see many of those with 4 seats.
It seems like that car gave PTSD to a lot of people
Is the new version of the Falcon body allowed, or too small? The thumbnail gives a 2.8m wheelbase, but the actual wheelbase is 2.78m
Yes it is allowed, that is also the body used for the Panther
1972 KGB Magnanimous
For you leaded-gang Americans who want Mustang performance and Cadillac flair.
0-60 in 6.9 seconds
140mph real world top speed
Hydraulic steering assistance
1972 Saenz Tridente
Prototypical finger exercise given form, it qualifies in all but wheelbase (of course) but I figured it fit the spirit of the challenge.
0-60 in 5.36 seconds, 142 mph through a four-on-the-floor, power sourced from a 372ci V8.
BKOO Senner 427: A Horse with Name
*Car depicted includes the optional L69 Handling Package, High Output Engine and PowerSport Appearance Package.
Rules have been updated :>
Does this mean Engine family year or Variant year?
Read the rules again
Rules have been updated, Premium AM Radio is now the standard Police Radio and specified the years to the model’s Trim and engine’s Variant.
Are flatplane cranks allowed? I don’t see any reason not to.
I know submissions have started, but since you care quite a bit about authenticity, whats the rundown on gross versus net horsepower, since this is a transitory stage in that respect?