Damn, 36 ET is low. None of my engines with direct injection can get that.
That’s why ye gotta go with quad 4 barrel carbs
It’s more for the challenge, why not make things harder?
That’s what I’m doin tryin a put a v16 in this thing within the 36 month restriction
just a 6 liter straight six here… I’m making a funeral bus
I gotta say this is one of the more fun challenges - it’s relaxed enough to take the edge off but challenging enough to make you scratch your head.
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what’s it’s track time just curious?
2 hours 53 minutes 30 seconds
but really 2:53.30
It’s embarrassing to be late. Whether you’re late to school, late to work, late to dinner, being late ruins everyone’s day. Now imagine how embarrassing it is, on an already bad day, if the funeral parlor is late. First, you have the still silence. Then Uncle Joe cracks the joke and says, “I always told him, he’d be late for his own funeral.” Then there’s the polite half-laughing, followed by the brawl in the cemetery.
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With a 0-60 time of a little over 6.6 seconds, and a top speed electronically limited at 118 MPH, the Ceremonial is fast enough to prevent delays, while electronic assists and a strong safety package keeps the driver and passengers from being delivered beyond the pearly gates if an accident should happen.
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Cerberus presents the all new slenderman, the perfect ride for any grieving party who does not want to be disturbed by anything outside of the loss of their loved one. Featuring the quietest, smoothest v16 that we have every made, mated to a noiseless 7 speed automatic gear box to provide the most silent ride for those lamenting. Built on a soft multi link suspension to provide maximum comfort for those inside while keeping out all those disturbing bumps in the road. It comes with a luxurious interior and large amounts of sound proofing ensuring that nothing can upset those mourning within the vehicle. Having a load capacity of over 3400 lbs makes absolutely sure that however many people are in the car it never gets bogged down. In the end, we will all meet our end, so why not make those who miss you comfortable.
I don’t know why it’s doing that but what ever.
Out of curiosity, would a pickup truck be an acceptable vehicle type? If you think about it, it would make a fantastic hearse. Easy loading and unloading, lots of space for long coffins (with an 8 foot bed). Honestly, I’m surprised they don’t use them IRL.
Theres this thing called rain.
Yep. There’s also this thing called a camper shell.
Shell on for work, shell off for the weekend hunt! Best of both worlds.
I have a feeling that V16 will do remarkably.
until you actually look at how it’s made it looks pretty good yes
I mean it’s probably a lot smoother than my massive six cylinder.
Yes, but I bet yours is cheaper, more fuel efficient, weighs less, and probably has a lot better throttle response