Feel free to mod it as you like, but if you upload it make sure that it doesn't conflict with the original
and that is does not have any dependencies to the original file.
If you don't know how to make it independent send me a PM on the forum.
If you want to use parts of it on other vehicles you need my permission.
This is a sound you can use in any vehicle you may like, it would would sound the best in a big mud truck, the sound is a 454 Chevy Big Block With A Isky Cam, it sounds awesome, i captured the sound from my buddies lifted chevy, i would love some feedback, the picture of the truck is the truck i got the engine sound from.
This is just a very small modification of the known JeepPolice Truck. I changed the front lights so they can be used as additional warninglights while chasing a suspect. I know this is just a minor thing, consider it my first attempt to get to know the truck files ... Credits to go the original builder of the JeepPolice Car!
as some of you may have seen in the news thread and i got numerous PM's requesting the release of the Sprinter ambulance skin. it is a GM Express delivery van. i removed everything the ambulance had and it ended up as a plain old delivery van. so, i thought i would put a few front end mods on it, and slap on an Express skin.
Chassis-Lenni and Eric Pesty
Front End Mods-Eric Thorlakson
Dodge police overhaul
Made to look like Plymouth superbird
back up the original files
i hold no responsibility for damage to anything (game ect)
download my skin i made for it to or else it looks warped and dum
skeleton of what it looks like download the skin for better looks (not warped looking police skin)
feel free to edit just PM before you do edit it and give me credit for the edits
(skin the wing ect) make it work better
This is a modification to dieselonly's wonderful dodge2500 police truck, I adjusted the lights to have more "accurate" police type set up (atleast this is how most vechicles seem to have it here in america) I based this off one of Louisville Metro Police trucks which have the colored lights in the gril (no white flashers are up front) and two red in back (tail lights) and the two rear white lighs (back up lights)
I tryed to get them so they would flash more of a alternating pattern but not much luck if someone knows how to do this please pm me...
Light Rework: James
Originial Dodge2500: Dieselfuleonly
Police variant: Dieselfuelonly In joy
This is a all purpose truck with bumper pull hitch. The suspension is setup soft for jumps, but is easily adjustable stiffer for heavy towing. The truck seems to handle better with a heavy trailer behind.
This is the final release with working everything, including front wheelband. Just drop this zip into ur packs folder and if you downloaded a previous version that did NOT fully work, go ahead and delete it and use this one.
It's a good looking 2nd gen dodge, and I hope you all enjoy.
Your typical early 50's american sedan(or fasback?).it comes in 2 versions; the first one is a standard car.the second modell has very stiff suspension,upgraded brakes,engine&gearbox, lower roof etc
Unfortunately i'm not that good at texturing.so feel free to paint,just give me credit for the chassis.
here is a couple mods for the Chevy Astro. yes, the 2009 Chevy Safari does not exist, but what the heck? may as well make something fantasy. and yes, the 2009 Safari skin is a little color matching-challenged but it was a big thing to mod a Suburban to be a Sliding door SUV. as for the 2005 Safari, it turned out well. why is it called a grand canyon edition i don't know. maybe the color. they have their own files just place them both in your packs folder. also, the '05 Safari is AWD so it doesn't do burnouts. credits go to the amazing bonehead for the phenomenal absolutely perfect vans and to me for the textures! enjoy! i hope you try them out!
WARNING: open the Safaris .zip file and place the two zips in that file in your packs folder!
I went and modded the Chevelle SS also. I redid the whole front axle, I stripped it out and put a new one back in. I added rear flares and front signals. All credit goes to creeper for the skin and ROREditor for the first version of the car.