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 my "LÃ¶schgruppenfahrzeug 16/12" in english a Fire Engine.
You can open the doors of the cabin and the equipment structure with the F1 to F10 key.
In the back of the truck is a hose reel that you should load up.
So you can move the holder up and down with Ctrl+F1 and Ctrl+F2 and you can change the angle of the hose reel (Ctrl+F3 and Ctrl+F4) so its a little bit easier to hook it up (with "O")
Credits: The truck is copletely made by me (the Fire Extinguisher in the cabin is from the Sketchup Gallery and the wheel texture from RoR)
Hier ist mein LÃ¶schgruppenfahrzeig 16/12 (LF 16/12)
Man kann die TÃ¼ren der Kabine sowie des Aufbaus mit den Tasten F1-F10 Ã¶ffnen.
Die Schlauchhaspel hinter dem Auto kann man anhÃ¤ngen (mit der Taste "O")
dazu kann man die Halterung mit Strg+F1 oder Strg+F2 Hoch und Runter Bewegen.
Den Winkel der Schlauchhaspel kann man mit Strg+F3 und Strg+F4 Ã¤ndern.
Credits: Das Fahrzeug habe ich bis auf den FeuerlÃ¶scher und die Textur der Reifen komplett selbst erstellt
This is my 1964 Jeep Wagoneer.It is currently a rock crawler/mud truck.The jeep has working hydro's in the rear to stiffen the suspension & it also has a hitch just in case you decide to pull something with it.
its verry heavy around the 75 tons you can tow alot of vehicles whit it
the controls are in the game by pressing the T.
it use wheels on the frontwheels, wheels2 on the rearwheels. For more grip you can use [ and ] to lower the tire presure of the rear wheels
post here your ideas and questions for an next version
a mod to box5's trophy truck (not on the repo, but a dead thread)
wieghs about 1.43 ish tons
the full fender version has meshwheels off the prerunner
the other version has "stock" higher fps wheels
Brickman-v8 engine mesh
here's the WIP thread wip-trophy-truck
(off to a bad start )
beam/node defaults reworked
custom sound (thanks Gabester)
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)