You should have posted that car here - it definitely belongs there.
Anyway, it’s not a bad first attempt, but your choice of grille makes it look like it’s frowning, especially when combined with your choice of headlights. The mirrors aren’t very period-accurate, either. Last but not least, its brown exterior color may be off-putting to some, myself included - I would have preferred black, silver, or even a deep metallic blue, green or red. At least the wheel shape is decent (given the era), and the rear is OK, although it could do with some additional detailing.
I don’t know if so much is wrong about the mirrors, they look somewhat similar to Audi 80 mirrors from the same era IMO…
They do look similar at first glance - but from what I’ve seen, the mirror fixture fitted has a noticeable horizontal crease in the middle, unlike the actual Audi 80 mirrors.
Whould it sell if it was real car
Hello! Do you think it was wise to use front-wheel drive for this car when it possible to have used rear-wheel drive? It does a good job of lowering the service cost points. The car itself comes in an ancient 80’s style, and reminds me something of a Pontiac GrandAm sport coupe 1979 and a Chevrolet Monte Carlo Sport coupe 1981.
You can also create an interior for this car.
It was inspired by a Oldsmobile mobile 88 which was Fwd
it’s just his own engineering, if he wanted it to be FWD then he can make it FWD. it’s his choice, and FWD cars, longitudinal or not have been around since the 1930’s.
67 hp feels kind of low for a 2 litre turbo diesel in 1985, the late 80s Mercedes 200 diesel had 75 hp in its N/A version.
The 1983 rebal ghost turbo lift back 232 ho 3.0 tt v6 awd 5 speed manual
You should rename the thread “minecraftboss794’s cars” and then edit the first post in this thread to include text thst reads “The 1988 stuttgart belin 150 hp 2.5 l turbo inline 5 5 second o to 60 5 speed manual fwd fwd aslo has a roof rack”