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Giovannni wants a sportscar - 1966 Frunian Coastal Cruise [Submissions *CLOSED*]


#42

The 1966 Armor Motors 190 California



#43

Stable release only, no open beta.


#44

I’ll be away from my pc from today till Monday, so I probably won’t respond to messages and that. But please still send through entries if you’ve got them!

Deadline is Wednesday the 24th of April, 12 am GMT


#45

A letter from some UK guy in Japan

Hello Mr whoever reads this,

may i interest you into our brand-new Keika Katana?

*
*
[imagine basic spec-sheet here; not actually put here for competitive reasons]

Well… we are short on funds and i am no PR professional, but it has a 2.2L 149hp V6 and it handles well-ish?

Hope you at least consider a test drive, thanks.

Daniel Chase

*actual appearance of car may differ from what is shown
**this is a mechanically printed letter and thus does not need to be signed


#46

1965 Neko Pure Sport


#47

“Violation of these will cost -20 points* per violation”

So. Say I sent a car from the future. A car later than 1966 that will beat the others easily simply because it’s more technologically advanced… would that be a 20 point penalty only even if it’d be impossible to send the car to the past for Giovanni?

Same with any other violation? ET? Weight? Fuel economy? Etc.

I see a problem in here


#48

I smell a 2020 Miata arriving shortly


#49

Well you would get -20 points for year, then automatically get another -20 for not having standard 60s safety. So maximum you could score would be 150/190. But yes, the year limit should be a hard limit, not just a -20 point violation I think.

EDIT:

Looks like I have a Lore car that needs only minor tweaks, so will be entering soon. Cheaper and ‘gruintier’ Fiat Dino here we come…


#50

Good pick up there. But that was more so if someone accidentally sent in a car with the trim year of 1967 or something. If it’s obviously intentionally exploiting the system then I’ll disqualify it.


#51


#52

Just over one day left to submit entries!


#53


#54

Dear sir,

Please feel free for a ride in our 66 version of our small convertible sports car, with a new Straight 6 2.5L engine.

It’s slightly more expensive than our 2.0L L6 model, but we believe that it has a superior performance that you would like to have in the twisty and open roads. Also in town you can drive it around with the comfort of a hydraulic assisted steering.

Here’s our lame brochure!

Best Regards,


#55

Do you wish for an exotic sports car, yet your budget only extends to a ‘warm’ sedan?

Do you like to enjoy a spirited drive, yet don’t want to sacrifice too much comfort?

Do you like the feel of the wind in your hair, but still think that safety in a vehicle is important?

Have you been looking for the right car to satisfy all of these criteria? Well look no longer!

Introducing the special edition 1966 Epoch M20 S2800c (2+2). Based upon the M20 S2800, and featuring Epoch’s sporty 2.8L V8 engine, this dealer-modified variant is equipped with revised suspension settings, a sports exhaust, and a retractable cloth roof that combines the feeling of a convertible with the safety of a hardtop. Enquire at your local Epoch dealer today in order to secure your chance to own one of these limited vehicles!


#56

that brochure is… something else…


#57

Thanks to all those who’ve entered, submissions are now closed.

The first round of judging is Style, made up of 5 segments being Looks, Era consistency, Stylistic consistency, Functionality and Detail.

Results will be presented shortly.


#58

Round one results are up! I’ve decided to edit them into the main post to keep things clean. Go have a read!


#59

Awesome :slight_smile:

Pretty much agree with your judging on all the cars so far! Interested to see how they compare in the next stage.


#60

I agree mosly with what is written, tho some disagreement on the nebula as it was inspired a lot by the Ford GT40, Lamborghini Miura and the De Tomaso Mangusta, which all are made in and around 68, and are similar in looks to the Nebula… I agree that the wing is a bit over the top tho :smiley:


#61

The under grille vents were meant to be similar to this little happy boy, clearly didn’t nail it quite right!