Haulers is one of the american automakers to appear in SLRR. It is the SLRRverse version of Dodge. Maker of the following cars:
SuperDuty (Dodge Dakota)
SuperDuty Extra 750
Badge ('70 Dodge Charger)
1966 Haulers Badge Sedan by Marcus_gt500
A premium commuter, with great confort and greater presence.
1966 Haulers Badge H/R by Marcus_gt500
Though the Sedan was a beautyfull car? It looks even better on the sporty Highway/Race Coupe version, powered by a revised 5050cc V8, with sportier suspension.
1967 Haulers Badge Sedan by Marcus_gt500
A facelifted Badge for '67, with the last year's coupe H/R engine.
MV Design Badge - '67 Sedan.car (37.5 KB)
1967 Haulers Badge H/R Wagon by Marcus_gt500
Since the start of our company, we have a program of adoption of stray dogs and cats. In 1967, our main engineer adopted a big fluffy dog (do not ask me it's breed, I'm a designer, not a biologist. I only know it was brown with big white spots) and, to carry it from home to our in house daycare, he racked his almost new Badge H/R Sedan and fitted a rear hoof section taken from another car in the scrapyard. The idea was so good, it went into production. Unfortunally, the dog destroyed the car, chewed all he could, teared the interior, scratched the body, and finally chewed the wiring loom causing a big short circuit, destroing three cars and almost killing an old lady inside one of the burned cars. The dog was returned to the program's holder and never to be seen again.
MV Design Badge - '67 Wagon.car (36.1 KB)
1967 Haulers Badge H/R Convertible by Marcus_gt500
Not much changed besides the new drop top body.
1967 Haulers Badge A/FX by Marcus_gt500
This is the secret A/FX version of the Badge. It was sold only by select dealerships with envolvement with drag racing, on primer only, and with no warranty. It's impossible to find one nowadays, since all have been brought to become drag racing cars, and most have been totalled on track.
1968 Haulers Badge by Marcus_gt500
The 1968 model marked the split of the line, with the Badge nameplate being applied only to the coupe. Also a tech inovation was experimented in this year only, and turned out to be too expensive and not developed enough. The car had a rear independent suspension. The two versions available were the standard, bringing yards of chrome trim and comfort, powered by the same small block 5700 V8 from previous years, making 216 hp.
1968 Haulers Badge H/R by Marcus_gt500
And the H/R, powered by a big block Haulers 7476 V8 making 333 hp, and all the sport accessories you'd expect from a top tier muscle car.
In January 2020, an old and rusty '68 H/R was modified for an upcoming TV show about a trio of otakus trying to survive a zombie apocalypse. Then the real 2020 apocalypse came about and the show was canceled. Still it turned out a pretty interesting car!
Haulers_Badge_-Coupe.car (49.9 KB)
Haulers_Badge-Coupe_HR.car (54.2 KB)
Haulers_Badge-_Apocalypse.car (123.0 KB)
1968 Haulers Badge Hovercar by Marcus_gt500
An '68 Badge converted to hovercar, so it could use Cyberville's highway system
1968 Haulers Badge Special Etidion by matisse.msknt
An '68 Badge recreated from the ground up by @matisse.msknt , as stated:
I usually turn docile sedans into track eaters, but you, giving me a muscle car, was too good of an occasion to go wild. “Go F#cking nuts” he said.
Here’s the Haulers Badge Coupe “SE” for special edition (if by special edition you mean a 900hp carbon monster).
Carbon fiber body on top of an aluminum monocoque
900bhp / 990Nm Aluminium TTV8 (no supercharger in the game yet unfortunately…)
350km/h top speed
7 Speed manual transmission
5,4s 0-100 (the car still weights 1800kg, it’s a boat)
55,5F / 44,5R weight distrib
it just looks f#cking cool
Anyways, @Marcus_gt500, here’s your beast delivered. I hope you’ll like the murdered-out look.
Haulers_Badge_-_Coupe_SE_Carbon.car (61.3 KB)
And you can be damn sure I do.
Haulers Badge Graham by Marcus_gt500 and @Olivain
The oil crysis has taken a heavy hit at the Badge trademark, seen it going from a huge V8 powered coupe to a compact I4 powered lineup, including this "wood" panelled wagon. But such sacrifice kept the brand alive for the next decades
2005 Haulers Super Duty 500 by Marcus_gt500
The best work truck in america, now at your service. Yes, this is a new generation for the SD from SLRR.
Haulers Super Duty - 500.car (37.7 KB)
2018 Haulers Super Duty 500 by Marcus_gt500
Here's the Hauler's Super Duty's looks for 2018.
And a special Artic Racer version, for a 24h race that unfortunally was cancelled.
Haulers Super Duty - 500.car (37.7 KB)
Hauler’s Super Duty - Arctic Racer.car (67.3 KB)
Bridgell-Haulers Roadster by Marcus_gt500
This car was a partneship betwheen Bridgell, who provided the light and unreliable body, and Haulers, providing the torkey and gaz guzzling V8
Bridgell-Haulers Roadster - V8.car (24.6 KB)
Haulers Supercrew 230 by Marcus_gt500
This sport van was created for a Discord comp. It features a 5L V8 engine and rwd, and it's capable of reaching 230km/h. It was sort of a Van take on the GNX recipe.
Haulers_SuperCrew_-_230.car (93.5 KB)
Haulers Appalooza 250 by Marcus_gt500 and @Olivain
This was done for a 1983 Muscle cars discord comp. It's our take on the lifestyle/trail coupe fad of the era. It's powered by a 4 liter I6, with AWD on a IFS/Solid axle chassis.