I got problems. The sunroof packs don’t appear in the game but the workshop says I’m subscribed.
The real-life Sonnett was front-drive with a V4, but that engine configuration isn’t in the game yet. And I expect this new body to support RWD as well. It would be wrong if it didn’t.
Edit: When will this new body be available in the sandbox?
Yay, I love Sonett
LET THE FUEL SMELL RISE
Try deleting the folder for the sunroofs in GameData. If that doesn’t work, I’ll send you the files so you can place them in the Camso folder.
It will be available soon. Of course it supports RWD as well. The early Saab Sonett IIs (same platform as the Sonett III) used I3 engines. A large I4 will not fit if you use FWD, though.
It’s on steam.
Something to get excited for when I get home, I appreaciate the effort you guys put into mods
Edit: The fenders aren’t morphable and slightly glitchy.
Oh, my wish came through.
And the perfect color indiskgul
There were some problems: coupe variant has a problem with side stampings, but it’s ok on the rest and targa variant, while both variants had a problem on the bottom punch hole.
You may want to have a look at the rear window. There is an odd crease, probably the vertices not zeroed properly. Otherwise great looking body!
I see You regained 3DS Max stability
Maybe You can look again at this?
You meant that the wheel arches can’t be widened yet. Also, there is no space on the nose for a front lip yet. Otherwise a great choice for anyone wanting to build a small, light FR classic sports car.
The issue with the side stampings and the rear window has been fixed. I’ll work on the previous Saab and the VW T3 tomorrow.
The previous Saab has been fixed as well. The fender linings were too narrow, but now, wider tires will fit.
Likes don’t do justice. Thanks a lot man, love your work!
Which late 40s car are you working on?, as I saw your comment on non-Sonett III Workshop page.
It’ll be a Beetle/2CV/92 mashup.
Oh fuck yes 2cv!!!
One request can you make the body unlockable in 1946 that way i can use the design in campaign
That’s the plan.