I am happy to present the preliminary release of our Chevrolet Express n/b mod. Do to some real life issues I am releasing this somewhat incomplete. Most of the vans are fully drivable and have a full set of flares. Some of the others have half finished flares. They all have dashboards and seating. Also comes with a crappy lightbar that I made by myself.
Modding will be allowed and encouraged. However I request that ALL parties be credited. I will have a list in this post and on the README file in the zip. I also would appreciate displaying your modifications in this topic.
Creak = Chassis
Silvermanbblue = Body, skinning and some meshes
09challenger = Sounds
Khadner = School bus version consultant.
ROREMS = Ambulance consultant
Bonehead = for his blower mesh
VeyronEB = Camper and limo versions (Future versions in progress)
NO weight tuning, these are not realistic in the weight department.
Some flares missing on certain versions
Suspension issue with the class b camper
2008 KME Predator fire engine, based on the fire engine from Butler NJ.
- Openable doors and windows
- Tilting cab
- Animated props; driveshafts, light switches, pedals, dashboard needles...
- Can simulate engine torque twisting force (RoR first)
- Comes in 2 versions; caterpillar and detroit, both equiped with allison 5 speed auto transmission
- 22 commands (F1 to Ctrl+F12)
- 9 custom lights (Ctrl+1 to 9)
-Default light bar flares showing on the roof when "M" was pressed
-Broken turn signal
-Mirrors are back again
-Added Eminox's engine/gear ratio & driving aids
-Now accept .skinzip files
-Detroit and Caterpillar version are combined into the same .truck file, use the in-game menu to make your choice.
Starling 911, this is Starling Engine 1 responding. Yes ladies and gentlemen, I this is my first upload, and I have made a skin for the KME Preditor by Cydvx and Pascal. With Cydvx's permission I am releasing it. Now mind you this is a Standalone skin, Instructions are in the zipfile. they should help you.
Credit: Cydvx and Pascal for the original KME and Blank skin [read more]
Included in the zip are four sounds, hornstart, horn, hornend and radio. Also included is a simple readme and soundscript. The zip is quite large mainly because the horn loop and the radio loop are respectably long.
It´s a package of german fire trucks of a fictional Fire Department from the fictional town Marktheim.
So that are a
-Command Vehicle (VW T3)
-Personal Carrier (VW T3)
-Tanker Truck (MB 1113 LAF)
-second Tanker Truck with water cannon (MB NG 80)
-Fire Engine (MB NG 80)
-Equipment Vehicle (MB NG 80)
-LADDER TRUCK (MB NG 74)
and a smaller Fire Engine from a village near Marktheim that called "Oberdorf" (MB O'607D)
These are skins for the KME Predator.
The Predator is not my truck but I created the Skins for the truck.
These skins are Pennsylvania fire companies except for the all black which is Norfolk MA, and the South Park Show truck.
THIS IS A SKIN MOD FILE OF THE 78 DODGE POLICE (CREDITS GO TO ORIGINAL DESIGNERS) IT IS AN OHIO POLICE SCHEME BASED OFF A SMALL GEAUGA COUNTY TOWN KNOWN AS CHARDON. I TOOK MY TIME TO GET THIS TO WORK MORE UPDATES OF THIS WILL COME AND REMEBER I AM NOT THE MESH DESIGNER IM JUST THE SKINNER. HAVE FUN IN AN OHIO POLICE CAR. WILL OVER RIGHT ORIGINAL 78 DODGE POLICE. OH YAH AND IT HAS 2011 CHARGER TAILLIGHTS. I like to make scenes with this and my dart in it.
I took a quick sound recording of my local fire department. This happend to be the ambulance siren. Follow the readme inside the zip folder to install the siren. Remember, this is for the Aspen Grove Ambulance. If you need help, just PM me.
Credits: Me Medic29.
Hope you like it.
Also, here is the forum for discussion New-Siren-for-the-Aspen-Grove-Ambulance
A Dutch skin for the Mercedes Atego Metz aerial firetruck.
It's a skin based on the Mercedes Atego from the fire department of Middelburg, Zeeland in the Netherlands.
I have tried to make it as real as possible, but because this firetruck is an older Mercedes Atego version than the one in use by the firedept. I could not exactly reskin all parts correctly. [read more]