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Meijer Motor Fabrikanten


#1

Meijer Motor Fabrikanten started in 1915 as aircraft engine manufacturer for a small group of resistance fighters in Belgium. After WW1 the company started to manufacture tractors for the local farmers. On the 10th of May 1940 the factory got captured by the Germans and it was forced to produce engine for small tanks, trucks and kettingraden. On the 23rd of March of 1945 the original factory together with the ‘Purit’ got bombed by the Alliance a few days before the freed the county of Emmen. After the quick rebuild in 1946 the company build all kinds of cars ranging from eco cars to one-off track specials. The company has strong connections to: Mitsubishi, Fiat and Volkswagen. The badge (an upside down arrow) stands for the ‘V’ of ‘vrijheid’ (=freedom) but it’s turned upside down to symbolise it’s dark and bloody past but also standing for an arrow pointing to the sky resembling the company motto: “If the sky is the limit, then take it to the sky.”

Note: this is for the cars I make in sandbox and for challenges. Not all cars will have lore and some of the lore will probably not be compatible with each other.

Link to google drive with all the cars: https://drive.google.com/open?id=12MUUj5zbcp5kwTykaMaLRnUFh95RHqnz


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#2

The 1948 Meijer Purit MK3


Stats:
0-100 km/h: 17,0 s
100-0 km/h: 103 m
Top speed: 145 km/h
Weight: 1042 kg
Engine: 1998cc 72hp 4OCSE MK3
-Type: I4
-Redline: 5000 RPM
Gearbox: 3 speed manual
Drivetrain layout: FR
Cargo space: 481 L
Passenger space: 2882 L
Seats: 5
Roll angle: 6,0°
Fuel economy: 14,6 L per 100 km
Fuel type: regular leaded (92 RON)
Emissions: 9999+ emissions (IDK)
Reliability score: 64,3
Lap time Automation Test Track: 3:14,81

History:
After the bombardments in 1945 and a quick rebuild in 1946 the factory started to produce the ‘Purit’ named after the other nearby factory that got bombed on the same day. The Purit series of cars was purpose built for soldiers who just came home from war, hence the silent engine to prevent possible PTSD. The MK3 is the third and last facelift of the vehicle. It started production on the 4th of May 1948 and stopped on the 7th of may 1950.

Production years: 1948-1950
Price(@0%): €9576


#3

The 1940 Meijer Hercules 4x4

Stats:
0-100 km/h: 14,3 s
100-0 km/h: 108 m
Top speed: 123 km/h
Weight: 1146,9 kg
Engine: 2997 cc 104 hp V8O16 3000NA
-Type: v8 90°
-Redline: 4300 RPM
Gearbox: 3 speed manual
Drivetrain layout: F4x4
Cargo space: 2970 L
Passenger space: 1368 L
Seats: 2
Roll angle: 8,8°
Fuel economy: 24,1 L per 100 km
Fuel type: regular leaded (92 RON)
Emissions: 9999+ emissions (IDK)
Reliability score: 66
Lap time Automation test Track: 3:24,56
History:
Coming Soon!

Production years: 1940-1945
Price(@0%): €7907


#4

The 1975 Meijer Monte Carlo Turbo
“Italian performance for a Dutch price.”


Stats:
0-100 km/h: 7,99 s
100-0 km/h: 36,8 m
Top speed: 191 km/h
Weight: 1096 kg
Engine: 2000 cc 154 hp T64 4T-P
-Type: Boxer 6 Turbo
-Redline: 5000 RPM
Gearbox: 4 speed manual
Drivetrain layout: FR
Cargo space: 706 L
Passenger space: 2762 L
Seats: 5
Roll angle: 5,3°
Fuel economy: 17,9 L per 100 km
Fuel type: regular (91 RON)
Emissions: 3427,1 emissions (IDK)(with two way converter)
Reliability score: 59 (not only Italian perfomance but also Italian reliability)
Lap time Automation Test Track: 2:34,25
History:
The Meijer Monte Carlo Turbo started it’s development in 1968 with Lancia, their goal was to build a fast and reliable rally car for the 1975 season. The co-operation didn’t go that smoothly and ended up with the two companies breaking up in 1973. The development team of Meijer were only left with the chassis blueprints and early prototypes of the body, and with only 1,5 years to go before the launch of the car the clock was ticking, and that would be the reason why the engine was rushed and unreliable. The car started production on the 5th of December 1974. After 1 month 2000 cars were recalled after a few engine fire related issues. The rally season didn’t go well either after catching fire in Monte Carlo, Africa, Greece, Morocco and Portugal and having gearbox related issues in Britain causing them to finish 17th in the championship. After 2 more unsuccesful tries in the championship Meijer decided to pull out of the sport and 1 year later the company killed off the production Monte Carlo even after a major engine revision in 1976.

Production years: End 1974 - Mid 1978
Price(@0%): €13989
Download:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BeffCym2tGEJNeCmmufThoSDR_X52aKT


Cult of Personality [LORE] [OPEN] [WEEK 1]
#5

The 1949 Meijer Le Mans 24H
“Racing performance’s closer to you than you think.”



(The front grill and rear number plate don’t show up for some reason)

Stats:
0-100 km/h: 7,14 s
100-0 km/h: 65 m
Top speed: 231 km/h
Weight: 884 kg
Engine: 2757 cc 189 hp 6C2TP 4v 24H
-Type: Boxer 6
-Redline: 6000 RPM
Gearbox: 4 speed manual
Drivetrain layout: MR
Cargo space: 297 L
Passenger space: 1421 L
Seats: 1 (2 seats are an option)
Roll angle: 1,6°
Fuel economy: 19,3 L per 100 km
Fuel type: regular leaded (92 RON)
Emissions: 9999 emissions (IDK)
Reliability score: 53
Lap time Automation Test Track: 2:41,15
History:
Coming soon!

Production years: 1949-1951
Price(@0%): €13390
Download:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MJlhoNdR-TFYsf0sdcLKaCWv3NTxeM24


#6

The 1955 Meijer Saitama LM
“Racing performance’s closer to you than you think.”


Stats:
0-100 km/h: 7,74 s
100-0 km/h: 53,3 m
Top speed: 237 km/h
Weight: 1051 kg
Engine: 3999 cc 266 hp B6DDT LM
-Type: Boxer 6
-Redline: 5700 RPM
Gearbox: 4 speed manual
Drivetrain layout: FR
Cargo space: 358 L
Passenger space: 2076 L
Seats: 2
Roll angle: 1,3°
Fuel economy: 28,5 L per 100 km
Fuel type: super leaded (98 RON)
Emissions: 9999 emissions (IDK)
Reliability score: 56
Lap time Automation Test Track: 2:31,64
History:
Coming soon!

Production years: 1955-1957
Price(@0%): €19709
Download:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1M5WgUjAr3XsBNG5UlKo8O1dq3_nK8eUv


#7

The 1962 Meijer Berlin Ost
“There’s no need to go to the Gulag to drive this one.”


Stats:
0-100 km/h: 50,9 s (IDK how this works but ok)
100-0 km/h: 53,8 m
Top speed: 96 km/h
Weight: 775 kg
Engine: 499 cc 27 hp 3C2SO 2v Ost
-Type: I3
-Redline: 6600 RPM
Gearbox: 3 speed manual
Drivetrain layout: FF
Cargo space: 452 L
Passenger space: 2760 L
Seats: 5
Roll angle: 6,6°
Fuel economy: 9,8 L per 100 km
Fuel type: regular leaded (92 RON)
Emissions: 9822 emissions (IDK)
Reliability score: 68
Lap time Automation Test Track: 3:46,64
History:
Coming soon!

Production years: 1962-1967/1990(Soviet Union)
Price(@0%): €5591
Download: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UH1lRw2txPL6nM8i8k9gE9ZUzAJG-WNc


#8

Cars using Leaded fuel can’t have catalityc converter.


#9

Oh yeah, made an error with copy and pasting it from my documents. Thanks for letting me know.


#10

The 1952 Meijer Azure 1398cc #869


Stats:
0-100 km/h: 15,9 s
100-0 km/h: 52,6 m
Top speed: 146 km/h
Weight: 913 kg
Engine: 1398 cc 68 hp S82 12P-RDF
-Type: v12 60°
-Redline: 6800 RPM
Gearbox: 4 speed manual
Drivetrain layout: FR
Cargo space: 241 L
Passenger space: 1327 L
Seats: 2
Roll angle: 3,7°
Fuel economy: 20,7 L per 100 km
Fuel type: regular leaded (92 RON)
Emissions: 9999+ emissions (IDK)
Reliability score: 64
History:
The 1952 Azure 1398cc was purposely build for the 800cc to 1399cc class of the 1952 Rally di Fruinia. The design team went through several engine design but ended up with a reliable enough pushrod V12 making 68hp.
Production years: 1952 (1 produced)
Price(@0%): Not for sale (€8005)
Download:
Meijer Azure - 1398cc.car (21.4 KB)


Road Rally - 1952 Corso di Fruinia [DRIVING - STAGE 3 RESULTS]
#11

The 1988/1989 Meijer San Marino Rapido-12


CSR82 - TheAlmightyTwingo - Meijer San Marino Rapido-12.car (32.5 KB)


#12

…in case of crashes, talk to your car’s insurance company


#13


The 2019 Meijer Tokyo 1600B, the subcompact city eco car and it could be yours for $11859
Download:
Meijer Tokyo 19 - 1600B.car (28.9 KB)


#14

Meijer Presents: The all new 2010 Meijer Hakone R86 and it’s racing version, the Meijer Hakone GT-C.

The standard R86


The Hakone R86 is modern city car made for every day use. It’s looks, not as aggressive as the GT-C, still keep sporty feel with it’s dual exhaust and a mini diffuser at the back. The engine also resemble it’s racing counterpart since the engine’s a eco-tuned version of the racing engine.

And it’s racing counterpart, the Hakone GT-C


Wierdly enough the GT-C model was developed before the R86 was, hence the racing inspired features on the R86. The GT-C is powered by a 2000cc naturally aspirated powerplant revving up to 8200RPM, and is kept on the road by it’s bonkers WTCC-inspired Aero.

Downloads:
R86: Meijer Hakone - R86.car (21.7 KB)
GT-C: Meijer Hakone - GT-C.car (23.2 KB)


#15

I present to you: 1986 Meijer Stuttgart 1600BS


The 1986 Meijer Stuttgart 1600BS is the perfect car for the student whose’s looking for a cheap sportscar that doesn’t suck up their money faster than a vacuum cleaner. It weights in at a reasonable 931kg and scoots around with it’s low powered yet nimble 111Hp RCO44S CSTc-P1600Bs making it quite swift around the circuit.

Download: CSR83 - TheAlmightyTwingo - Meijer Stuttgart 1600BS.car (23.8 KB)


#16

2000 Meijer Assen Turbeco


Meijer Assen - Turbeco.car (21.3 KB)

2000 Meijer Assen TT


Meijer Assen - TT.car (23.8 KB)
2018 Meijer Assen Turbeco FRAX

Meijer Assen - Turbeco FRAX.car (22.1 KB)


#17

2002 Meijer Shibuya STX


Meijer Shibuya - STX.car (19.3 KB)


#18

1984 Meijer Tokyo Ecosport


Meijer Tokyo - Ecosport.car (20.0 KB)

1984 Meijer Tokyo EcoMover


Meijer Tokyo - EcoMover.car (21.2 KB)

1984 Meijer Tokyo MiniVan


Meijer Tokyo - MiniVan.car (21.7 KB)

2000 Meijer Tokyo Mogi


Meijer Tokyo - Mogi.car (19.6 KB)


#19

1995 Meijer Moskou Monza F1994 (an F1 car with a Lada estate body)


Meijer Moskou - Monza F1994.car (28.6 KB)


#20

1991 Meijer Ibaraki GT-R


Meijer Ibaraki - GT-R.car (24.0 KB)

1991 Meijer Ibaraki Compitizione S


Meijer Ibaraki - Competizione S.car (23.4 KB)