So, what do you get when an American company tries to make something sporty or fun? A 2 liter OHV, carburetted inline 4 with a turbocharger tacked on for good measure, mated to a four-speed manual and propelling the car with only the finest of American solid axle technology.
On the other hand, because leaded fuel isn’t banned here just yet, you get the full, unrestrained power. Not that there’s all that much of it.
(Sadly, we can’t go without the intercooler. Otherwise I would have made this thing a proper ‘hot air’ turbo system.)
Are you selling that at a loss or is it made out of cardboard?
I’d wager cardboard was too expensive. It’s gotta be tissue paper.
Is the price with inflation calculated. The Automation price, converted to the 1975 US dolar price.
I tried many paintjob (I wanted a bicolor) and this is the only one who fitted really nice
You may be right. It’s the size of a Mk1 Escort, with a 16v DOHC I4 for propulsion, and all-independent suspension, but with the nose of a Manta 400.
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Some people in the Discord have suggested a minimum limit of four seats (so that Spencer can have a sidekick + one or two witnesses in the car, for example). 2+2 would also be OK. While most entries would already comply with the new rule, there are a few that would not.
For those that submitted two-seaters, would you be OK with modifying your entries? Everybody will have full veto rights, i.e. if one of you say no to the new rule, it won’t happen.
I agree with the rule change. And my car is a four-seater anyway, which is why I am in favor.
I’ll just go with the majority, as my submission can go either way.
why does that matter again?
and as i finally just got my car to under 10k dammit
Well, I can say that it really doesn’t matter for me this time, I guess I’m out as long as my save files continues to get corrupted.
But seen in a bigger perspective, I am very much against changing the rules in the middle of a competition. They should be clear from the start. Not fun if someone had put lots of work into a body that does not accept more than two seats and have to start from scratch again.
But that’s just an opinion, go for 4-seaters if you want to this time since it seems like I can’t participate anyway.