I’d just like to say, those Wikipedia links on inspirations are really nice to have, so I don’t have to Google the Wikipedia articles myself. Saves roughly 3 seconds of time but it’s nice nonetheless.
This is the second round in a row to be set in the so-called “Radwood Era” (1980-1999), but being even more open than the previous one (it’s not just convertibles this time), I am even more enthusiastic about it. I have a few inquiries about the rule set:
Regular unleaded is 91 RON; premium unleaded is 95 RON.
This is justified considering that by 1991, 3-way cats had been in widespread use for some time in America, and would be mandated in Europe from 1993 onwards. However, I think the use of at least one muffler should be mandatory as well.
Also, what kinds of transmissions do our clients prefer?
This is a very enticing and interesting task. Even though I don’t have any statistics about your ability to run a competition, I will probably participate. I’m looking forward to clarifying the rules.
When is the deadline?
The rules have been finalized and submissions are open! Good luck!
A summary of major changes made to the opening topic:
- Comfort and Transmission type added to the list of criteria.
- Trim and variant ET limits increased by 10.
how does pricing work with the new manual price input? I don’t know how it works just yet and I’m not sure how to tie it in with the limits and the game itself.
As we did in 4.1 and earlier, we’re using the estimated cost per car.
ah, ok. thanks
Just to clarify further, this refers to the car’s approximate cost as shown in the detailed stats section of the overview tab.
I was expecting to be given a bit more leeway in this regard - the increases in trim and variant ET are most welcome.
Welcome back by the way
A sporty coupe on the outside…
…and a grand tourer lite on the inside.
All this can be yours for $30k AMU.
Nose of an R34 GT-R, tail of an Evo VI, built on the E31 body - a design masterpiece through and through. Well done!