Ladies and Gentlemen, it is time writing movie history again!
Germany, 1995: Nick Reimann, 19, is the son of the famous undertaker Gottlob Reimann - and of course loves that profession, too. He secretly loves the most popular girl in the parallel class, Bianca, but overlooks that the unpopular gothic girl Claudy actually is not only into the undertaking business, but also into him. The chaos between making his high school diploma, succeeding with his rock band and sorting his emotions as well as family trouble makes an excellent comedy.
Summary: Coming of Age black comedy of a young undertaker finishing high school and sorting some emotional teenie drama
- All years 1995 or prior
- 91 RON fuel
- wagon or shooting brake body, 3D mod versions of something else can be ok, but please ask me first if that works as a hearse for me.
- Black paint
- Either curtain-covered or no rear windows (rear side and trunk) → it´s a hearse… some 3D fiddling might be neccecary
- Techpool: Engine TP cost: 5 Million, Trim TP cost: 6 Million (TP cost, NOT total cost)
- Quality must be between -5 and +5 to avoid cheesy minmaxing.
- Tire width must end with 5, no race parts and tires
- Since it´s hard to pin an emission level for cars that might be already 20 years old, I hereby ignore WES levels and require a three-way converter (to simulate a later refit, which was popular in the 90s to avoid astronomical taxes).
- Two seats required
- A crash test dummy (unscaled, so 1,0 size) has to be able to “sleep” in the rear of the vehicle.
- Interiors are welcomened but not judged
Summary: I would like to get a hearse.
- Design (of course, it needs to stand out but still be a hearse),
- Drivability (it needs to do some inevitable stunts, of course, since the movie is produced by FFF that also makes Notruf 110…
- cost (I do not include a budget cap, so to force you to build not overly fancy cars I use this as a high priority instead. Yes, you can build a 1970 Cadillac with V8, the old trim year gives it lower prices than calculated for newer ones, I checked that with a test mule)
- Reliability (even if an old clunker is proposed, it shouldnt stall already doing the first takes)
- Load space/capacity (because hearse, it actually needs to fit a coffin that will be measured with a crash test dummy prop as substitute)
- Prestige (nobody wants to be carried around in a shitty van for the very last ride)
- comfort (because building a fancy car hurts budget, this is some kind of reward to stand a chance)
Rules deliberation until 31.01.2024, 18:00 GMT
Submissions will open then automatically if no delay is required, open until 15.01.2024, 20:00 GMT