[quote=“SeriousSimon”]Let’s see… Anyone who comes up with their own car company, deserves respect for that.
However, I’d like to point out a few things to you, that will help you as you go on and (hopefully) show us more designs.
“In 1945 a group of Americans were in debt and needed money fast. One of them, named John Jake Rado (I am terrible at making founder names), thought of a car company. In October 1945 they opened up shop and started their first car, the Rado I. After that first car, the company grew fast to what it is today in 2015.”
When you need money, you start a company from scratch? Where did they get the money from?
Then you mention John Jake Rado, but you also speak about two people. Who is the other person? What was their motivation to make cars (other than needing money) ?
As for the car, there is not much to say about it, really. Also I am sure it requires some kind of air intake somewhere…
Maybe you think a bit about what makes your company what it is, what direction you want to take with it (sporty, luxury, technically advanced cars?) and then tell us and show us what you can do! I’d be interested to see that![/quote]
I updated the description, John was once on a sinking vessel, and Air travel was not feasible to them in the 40s. The air intake, they added one late in the '47 model year due to engine-overheating complaints from consumers, and for number 3, basically all-three, with a moderately strong emphasis on being boring cars, but plenty of sport, luxury, and technically advanced cars are made by the company too.
I was working on the 1980 facelift version of the Rado L earlier today, their first generation luxury car.