Loving 90's supercars, this was a no-brainer. Haven't looked through user-created vinyls but I'm surprised they went for the SV without the massive side lettering... I'd expect that's sort of what everybody knows the car by, not in the last place through NFS3 and 4.
Also bought a GTA Spano or whatever it's name may be these days.
And I bought a first-gen Viper ACR. I was sort of doubting what to do with the colors on it: black with red stripes, blue with white stripes and an attempt to mimic the first gen GTS with chrome five-spokes... but I settled with this. And incase you've been wondering: yes I do have a thing for yellow
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I think you have way too much money, bro.
Those Diablo SV shots. And I like that they have put the pop-up lights original version in, that's the true Diablo look after all.
Have to say though, despite having an obvious bias to the Lambo, every shot is a quality one and the Viper set would easily be the best... had the Devil not been there.I'm a bit mental.
@Tom: half of the cars I own now are either barnfinds or won through wheelspins, including some Lambo's and 2 generations of BMW M5. Other than that: save money by tuning with the free-tuning perk, do a lot of head to heads which are quite easy, keep doing races.
@Diablo: I'm also glad they put the pop-up headlight version in. It's just that classical look for that car, it's also how I know it best: one of my first scale models was a 1/18 Bburago yellow Diablo with rear wing.
Thanks again for the compliments, and I saw the duck shared it too on Facepalmbook! Awesome!
@mau: gotta agree with you, on most of the cars, the rear wing sort of looks out of place and they would look better if it looked more like the actual race cars. And the Forza branded stuff is too much of the same, they could have done more stuff for most of the cars. Then again, I'd rather opt for extra OEM wheels or interior colors instead of be able to choose from bodykits, but that's just me.
I'd still probably drive only a dew cars all the time. Back in the good old TDU days when I had 20+ cars I would just use two or three. Stage 3 CLK 55 was my favorite of them all and had the most miles.
Definitely agree with you about the oem options. Don't all new cars have only the Forza racing spoilers (except the rocket bunny stuff)? Old Forza 2/3 JDM vehicles have got many aftermarket bumpers to choose from.
Ye, and it's already rare to find those massive dragracer style bonnets for the muscle cars, or even more, the single long fin behind the driver seat of the 1st-gen Corvette.
#30I'm a bit mental.
Did they get lazy with the paint or was that a popular suitcase colour back then?
They went lazy with the paint, by the standards of good miniatures. But it's Bburago, they're not high-end.
Then again, I do have a spyker suitcase in a very light beige/ivory color... maybe Bburago was the trendsetter
Few more shots. Yes, yellow.... again. I like Aston's styling, even though almost every Aston looked the same. Nice way to make one look special was the sporty yet clean looking V8 Vantage N24. I wanted one, so I tried to make a similar looking car. Eventually I settled with a lighter yellow car (see first two pics for true color), but on my later pics it looks very strong yellow.
The luminous strong colour really suits the car, makes it pop more!I'm a bit mental.
Standing out it sure does lol.
Few more shots, including a series of pics which I made for TBC #80 (not including my actual final entry picture). Also wanted to hotrod the F100 a bit without making it look crazy, and I went for a different look on the SL65 BS. Note on the SL65 BS: it's very bouncy when landing from a jump. Already caused it to go wrong side up more times than during non-road races in jeeps or pick-up trucks.
The SL looks great in white and on those HREs.
Where did you get that last SL shot it's great o:PSN: Sky_Gam // XBLA: SkylarkGaming // Steam: Paladin Skylark
Paladin, it's the smaller lake in the west, in Kiewa Valley west of the larger dam reservoir. The pier has one small fishers boat docked to it.
Be careful though, ofcourse the pier is quite narrow making a turn with anything larger than a GT86 a challenge not falling in the water. Besides that, the game doesn't recognize it as 'safe ground'. When you enter the ramp, you can only drive on the bit that goes from left to the boat at the right. And even on that bit, you can only get halfway to the boat before the game resets you to the dirth paths.
You can actually get to that little island in centre of the lake
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