I thought that there wasn't enough baja vehicles for RoR so I decided to whip this up. It started as a drift machine/muscle car, but I decided to make it into a dune buggy instead. Features: Full independent double wishbone suspension, and a powerfull engine. The suspension breaks realistically as you can see by the pictures and it has a decent amount of travel. It does have it's limitations, though. But, it can handle pretty big jumps and it jumps over jumps on bajarama like nothing else! It sails over them! Have fun with it and tell me what you think of it. Oh, and if you release mods of this vehicle, don't forget to credit me!
This is a basic node/beam structure of an 8x8 offroad truck. It features: swingarm independent suspension, 4 wheel steering, and a pretty flexible frame. At least credit me if you release mods of this vehicle. Have fun with it and tell me what you think!
I present to you, the 1915 Ford Model T. This holds the name of the oldest real car ever to be put into RoR. This is the Original "Go everywhere, anywhere" car.
There are 6 versions. There is a Pickup truck (2WD and 4WD), a Sedan, a Coupe, a Touring, and a Junker version.
The gear ratios/axle ratios/wheel size/engine power/top speed are all real specifications. The top speed is a physically limited 40 MPH on the dot for all versions except the power-degraded Junker. The Junker's top speed is closer to 30. All versions except the Junker have 21 Horsepower. Junker has around 18.
You cannot drive this car in Automatic Transmission mode, as the gap between 2nd and 3rd, then 3rd and 4th are too large for the game to gearshift between them correctly. Thus, you must drive in Manual or Fully Sequential gearbox mode to get up to cruising speed.
These vehicles are not flexbody, and each on average have between 10K and 20K polys total including all 4 wheels. Honk the horn for a sound only '10s - '30s Fords can produce. Aoooga! Sometimes when you turn, it heavily understeers because the front axle is not very strong, so be careful.
Custom sounds are thanks to DODGE charger (thank you!)
All meshes and N/Bs are thanks to myself, Sirendude2011.
Do not mod this vehicle. Treat this like you would a real Model T 100 years of age. Would you (attempt) to hellaflush a Model T? No, so don't do it. Same goes for hydraulics and lifts with mud tires. It is impossible to skin it with anything except solid colors (no designs), so don't try.
Enjoy this historic vehicle! The driving experience is like no other vehicle in RoR history, believe me.
This is a mod to the Expie by adiodat. I turned it into a 2004 Dodge Durango with a 5.7L Hemi V8. Flares are the same, except that the controls were moved 2 numbers up. I added high beams and fog lights, which are controlled with Ctrl-1 and Ctrl-2, respectively. Sounds were recorded from my mom's 2004 Dodge Durango
Hello! This is my second vehicle release. It is another GTA Ammunation vehicle.
Did you not like the slowness and large amount of weight of the GTA Ammunation Truck?
Then you need the GTA Ammunation Astro!
This vehicle is not in GTA, it's just a custom.
It goes over 140 mph so I don't know the speed, but its fast.
F1 Front Down
F2 Front Up
F3 Rear Down
F4 Rear Up
Thanks to Jakebewar for the Hydraulics!
Thanks to Bonehead for the Astro!
The wheels and texture made by me.
here is my 1996 Subaru Impreza. It is only N/B at the moment because I am having trouble learning how. It is tuned to behave similar to the real one, with the exception of the Gui doesn't allow for 6500 rpms so shifting and acceleration is off. it is weight tuned to be within 100Lbs of the real car. have fun!!! Mods are ok, they MUST be realistic, i.e. exhaust can give realisticly added power
This is a mod to the Expie by adiodat. I turned it into a 2004 Dodge Durango with a 5.7L Hemi V8. High beam lights are controlled with Ctrl-1, and fog lights are controlled with Ctrl-2. Hidden strobes are activated with Ctrl-4. Sounds were recorded from my mom's 2004 Dodge Durango
Please ignore the police Durango pictures, as I unintentionally selected them