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Forza Motorsport 2 FM2 Police Cars

Discussion in 'Archived Titles' started by ThorpaaayUK, Jul 29, 2007.

  1. ThorpaaayUK Steer with the rear

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    Having done a bit of racing, I fancied a go in the paintshop! And to get used to how its all working I thought I'd use a bit of inspiration I found on the net. I was trying to do a BMW BTCC car, but that didn't work out. So, I had my BMW, but needed a different scheme. Google provided the inspiration, and here she is. Needs a little bit of tidying up, but pretty much finished!

    P.S. everyone else feel free to post their police creations, I've seen a few around!

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  2. Baldy

    Baldy Wibble Wobble

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    pics dont work mate.
     
  3. ThorpaaayUK

    ThorpaaayUK Steer with the rear

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  4. Baldy

    Baldy Wibble Wobble

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    looks good, is it meant to be red though or has it been painted since.
     
  5. ThorpaaayUK

    ThorpaaayUK Steer with the rear

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  6. Baldy

    Baldy Wibble Wobble

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    looks good, almost exact to the picture, just like you say a different car.
     
  7. FA430RGT

    FA430RGT Hoods and Alley-ways..

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    I'm pretty sure that the red police cars = Armed Officers.. Not sure however..
     
  8. Nodz86

    Nodz86 ____________

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    I've only ever seen red police cars when I was working up London and they were always 5series BMW's. I haven't seen them anywhere else.
     
  9. YeOldeTDUMan

    YeOldeTDUMan working too much

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    As FA says I think that's what the Met uses as Armed Response

    I've got a Police Scooby in my car thread
     
  10. Rollin in an STi

    Rollin in an STi Subie Owner

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    i have a Dodge Charger in my garage with the cop car theme from my home town. i dont have any pics of it yet, but it looks real good. (if i recall, Nipper might have seen it before) the only thing i added to the car, was the abbreviation for the State i live in next to the town name. (to give a better idea to where the car is from. :) )

    Fm2 would be better if they had the Ford Crown Victoria, that way i can have the right car)
     
  11. FA430RGT

    FA430RGT Hoods and Alley-ways..

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    How come your pictures always come out amazing? HD? But would that really have no effect on the internet transfer?
     
  12. Marc_CRX

    Marc_CRX Tail End Out!!

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    they are resized mate, 800x450 and saved for Web through photoshop
     
  13. FA430RGT

    FA430RGT Hoods and Alley-ways..

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    Ahh that makes sense.. To a certain degree man.. Very Cool nevertheless!
     

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