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TV & Movie Car Challenge (Round 9): Amateur Hour [COMPLETE: WINNER & SCRIPT ANNOUNCED]


And… can my 1970 year model car have reg leaded still or HAS it to have 91 instead?


For the record, I have a 1971 Pontiac that was tuned from the factory for leaded gas. Pontiac put hardened valve seats on their heads in 1973 (meaning they wouldn’t need the lead in the gas to lubricate them, thus the availability for unleaded gas).

My first submission is a '71 model, but I updated the engine with newer model heads to run on unleaded, so as not to step on any rules.


Please read the OP. It says 3 cars maximum. Don’t sacrifice quality for quantity.

You can make a 1970 model run on leaded gas. Many cars were starting to be marketed as running on “regular, low lead, and unleaded” gas in 1971 or so but it was not required yet. I will be judging on design far more than engineering, so don’t get too worried about it.


Above: Phoenix Centaur V12 High Performance Limited
Engine: 7406cc Cast iron DOHC V12
BHP : 410 approx bhp
Gearbox : 5 speed Manual
Top Speed: 173mph
0 - 60mph : 6.4 seconds
Suspension: All round double wishbone Hydropneumatic suspension system
Brakes: All round Twin Piston Solid discs
Tyres : 245 width 665 diameter Sports Compound Radial Tyres on 245 width 16 inch steel wire rims
Seats : 4
Interior : To put it bluntly… ‘Fuckin luxurious’
Other technical/ Interesting featrures: Phonograph, Mechanical Injection, Hydraulic Power steering

Above: Phoenix Centaur V12 High Performance Limited
Engine: 7406cc Cast iron DOHC V12
BHP : 219 approx bhp
Gearbox : 3 Speed auto
Top Speed: 145mph
0 - 60mph : 9 seconds
Suspension: All round double wishbone Hydropneumatic suspension system
Brakes: All round Solid discs twin piston front, single piston rear
Tyres : 225 width 695 diameter normal Compound Radial Tyres on 245 width 16 inch steel wire rims
Seats : 4
Interior : To put it bluntly… ‘Fuckin luxurious’
Other technical/ Interesting featrures: Phonograph, Mechanical Injection, Hydraulic Power steering



It’s not what you were looking for, but you’re getting it anyway

Should it be black? Probably. Would it make it any less conspicuous? Nope.

1987 Zephorus XRT

Small disclaimer, i didn’t actually look at US regs for this. and while it does have large bumpers, they are painted and do house lights and other stuff, so probably not quite how they were meant. I tried my best lol

I should probably talk about specs, although I wish I didn’t.

Engine - 5.3L V8
Horsepower - 479 @ 6500rpm
Torque - 647 @ 4300rpm
Redline - 7000rpm
5 Gear Manual
0 - 60 in 3.8 seconds
Top speed of 185mph

Weight - 1429kgs
DWB all round
Steel mono and alu panels
Mid long RWD
2 Door 2 seats

So, in summary I hope for the actors sake you have a stunt double because they’re probably going to die.


it’s not even slightly american oops



'80’s luxury, '80’s restraint.

The 1987 Starling Gran Coupe


a mobster want a car that is fast and suitable enough? we from GMD USA might have the answer

here lies the three packages to chose from

the 1987 GMD Rogue GSR

a USA Region Special Japanese car for high speed pursuit or use by the boss, its fast at corner and straight, respectfull 0-60 time of around 8.5seconds, luxurious, intimidating in GSR Special Midnight Black Pearl, but understated enough to escape from the rozzers

the 1987 GMD Rogue XSR

a USA Region Japanese car for goons to chase after a traitor, its fast, practical with four doors, easy to blend in to escape cops, can do a bit of light rallying, intimidating in gloss black color, and luxurious enough for the goons

the 1985 GMD Mojave XLT

a USA Region SUV good for enforcer to ram traitors off the roads, chase them through the woods, bring weapon altileries, and so on, a purpose special SUV offroader with AWD, difflocks, and a big V8 capable to reach 60 in 6.5 seconds.

here is the details for your



GMD Mojave XLT


More info


1986 KATSURO AR-15


The 1984 Valiant Royale turbo.

Powered by a 245ci turbocharged v6 you get the power you expect from a v8 with the economy of a compact 6 cylinder engine.
Engine: 4012cc cast iron OHV v6 with two exhaust driven turbochargers
power: 240bhp@5000rpm
torque: 421NM@2800rpm

0-62mph is despatched in 7.1 seconds and the Royale will go on to a top speed of 142mph.


Neko Pure X-Series

Not only the first pure sportscar by Neko, but also the first X-Series. Featureing a peppy 2.7L V6 and down to street handling. The X-Series is based on the Pure racecar, but tuned down with an useable seats and other features

Pfeil Vogtland Schneller Breitbau

The last model made by german manufactor Pfeil Performance before the takeover by EcaMobile. This is the Vogtland: A lightweight Sportcar for the guy who doesnt fear death. Furthermore this is particular is the rarest model, the Schneller Breitbau.
The “Schneller” trim was the open top version. But Pfeil didnt just cut the roof off the existing body, they also make the windows narrower and having it as a “Always open” car. A tent for the sudden rain was included.
The Breitbau version was the most powerful version of the Vogtlands, not only widing the stance of the car, but also fitting a Twin Turbo Setup on the rear mounted engine, allowing the Vogtland to reach 0-100km/h times in the 5 seconds

STAG MTMWV "Beserker"

The STAG Multi Terrain Manned Wheeled Vehicle was made by american company “STAG”, a subcompany of Deer And Hunt. The MTMWV was first made for the american military and later converted to private security and then finally made available for the public.

The main diffrence between the army spec and civillian spec is the armoring. While the even the civilian version is still capable of stopping smaller ammunition, the armor level was reduced to make for room for comfort and visablity from inside.

Under the hood the “Beserker” the vehicle still houses the 5L I6 from the original car. But in this a Turbo was fitted to reach highway speeds in non-painful times. And while there is no more hatch on the roof to look out, it now features a softtop roof and a small truckbed.



1983 J.E.S.A Bianchi Gecko S2 - Turbo

An Italian, mid-mounted, Group B homologation special in black with gold striping and optional BBS wheels, mmmmh smells like the 80’s… ᵇᵘᵗ ʷᶦᵗʰ ᴬᵐᵉʳᶦᶜᵃⁿ ˢᵖᵉᶜ ᶠᵘᵉˡ ᶦⁿʲᵉᶜᵗᶦᵒⁿ, ᶦᵍⁿᶦᵗᶦᵒⁿ ᵗᶦᵐᶦⁿᵍ, ᶠᵃᵗ ᵇᵘᵐᵖᵉʳˢ ᵃⁿᵈ ᶜᵃᵗᵃˡʸᵗᶦᶜ ᶜᵒⁿᵛᵉʳᵗᵉʳ :pensive:.


1973 Turból Avignon

Information and Additional Photos

Intoduced in 1968, the Turból Avignon was a personal luxury coupe that slotted in size between Turból’s intermediate and full size offerings, and was the largest unibody vehicle produced by Turból yet. The 1973 model has unique styling among Avignons, featuring the more formal front-end styling of the impact bumper-shod post-facelift models, but maintaining the original, pre-facelift rear fascia. The rear facelift came with the rear impact bumper in the 1974 model. Avignons came very well equipped, with a highly-appointed luxury interior, and Turból’s ubiquitous 420ci big block.

1983 Lucara-Ciambella modelo 68/83

Information and Additional Photos

An Italian made, American powered mid-engined sports car that can trace its roots back to the late 1960s, but continuous updates kept this low-production, aluminum-bodied beauty up to date. The m68/83 re-introduced the wide-body, last seen in 1972, and featured a opulent interior with a T-bar roof, a cassette player, and Turból’s most advanced available powerplant.


1985 Tristella Accipiter 350QV

Vehicle Information
First introduced in 1980, the Tristella Accipiter is the top of the line sports offering from Tristella. Since its debut, it has seen a host of updates through the years, with the quadvalve fuel injected flatpane V8 being the biggest one. With a top speed of 300 kph and a 0-100 kph time under 5 seconds, the Accipiter is undoubtedly a high performing supercar. It however, features more than just that to go along with it however; with a handmade interior and a high end cassette player, it had the comfort to rival luxury GT cars.

This model is the American spec, complete with catalytic converters and thic bumpers to comply with American regulations.



And here are all screenshots in better quality, as these are straight from the AM game.


1987 Faolan Fenrir Zagato

This special edition of the Faolan Fenrir was developed in collaboration with the Italian design house Zagato. The elongated silhouette is courtesy of the house’s preference for smooth, aerodynamic design. However the '87 Fenrir still retains it’s aggressive demeanor with the two toned paint, front light bars and duct-work, and iconic gullwing doors. Powered by a throaty 6.2 liter V8, that aggression doesn’t stop at the styling. With a 0-60 time of 5.34 seconds and top speed of 200 mph, this American wolf beats out the Italian bulls and stallions. It out turns them as well, using its subtle 4 wheel steering system to pull a full G in most corners.This quality doesn’t stop at the exterior, since Zagato have had their paws in the interior design as well. An all leather luxury interior with sculpted, heated and cooled seats with adjustable knee bolsters is standard. The premium Alpine sound system and cassette player may be a bit lackluster for an interior of the this caliber, but who cares about the radio when you have the music of a naturally aspirated V8 behind you and miles of open road (and sometimes pesky teenage girls in blue convertibles) in front.

With all this luxurious power and Italian styling, one might think that the Fenrir Zagato’s price would be equally as premium. This isn’t the case. While the styling may be from Italy, the Fenrir is fully produced in America, resulting in a reasonable msrp of $22,270 ($42,100 in automation money).

Italian styling with an American bite.

Beware the mark of the Wolf.

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(Finally got to basic user!)