For my 1,000th post, I’ve decided to finally introduce myself (properly) to the forums.
Occupation: Renewable Energy Technician
Location: I am originally from Smolensk, Russia, but have since moved to the East Coast of the US.
Interests: Motorsports, cars, computers and electronics, hockey.
Vehicles Currently Owned: I have a 1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT SL, which I use as my daily driver. I also have a 1994 Mercedes-Benz S600, which is garaged, and will probably stay that way for quite a long time.
Dream Garage Vehicles: This is really asking for a long list, but I will try to keep it as short as possible.
[ul]]1965 Jaguar E-Type/:m]
]1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake/:m]
]1967 Alfa Romeo Spider/:m]
]1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429/:m]
]1989 Ferrari F40/:m][/ul]
[ul]]1997 McLaren F1/:m]
]2014 Alfa Romeo 4C/:m]
]2014 Koenigsegg One:1/:m]
]2014 McLaren P1/:m]
]2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat/:m][/ul]
Previous Vehicles of Interest: I had a 1983 Toyota Camry for a while, but basically ran it into the ground.
How did you find us? I was looking for an in-depth car tycoon game, and I am happy to say that what I found greatly exceeded my expectations.
I’ve always been a car person. Always. From the moment my father let me “drive” his Audi, up to this day, I have been in awe of the concept of internal combustion, and the wonderful machines that have resulted from it. There is no better feeling that to get in a car, regardless if it is a high-performance sports car, or the most sluggish of ecoboxes, and drive as it was meant to be driven. I have had a lifelong fascination with cars, their engines, and how it all works together to operate the best type of transportation on this planet. I have always wanted a game like Automation to exist, especially as I still was very disappointed by games like Detroit and Car Tycoon. When I found that this game existed, I just had to buy it on the spot. I don’t do much, at least officially, to help this game. I am not a beta-tester, and certainly not a moderator or developer. But I do try to stay active on the forums, and if someone needs help with something, I will gladly assist them. I hope that, in the future, I can not only help make this great community what it is, but also do whatever I can to contribute to the success of Automation.