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Re: The GT5 Car Wishlist

Jan 24, 2010

animal84 wrote: 
i remember some of those Daihatsu's were alright, the OPC is genius, the Copen is solid and in GT4 they had this Storia XX rally car that could really tear up some dirt.

I like that one-seater Midget milk-delivery-trucklet.  And the various Move and Mira models.  Needs some Charade as I suggested earlier.

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Jan 24, 2010

at 3:05 that is definitely an ruf!

 

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeV69LQ_8Vs

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Jan 24, 2010
Doesn't look like it
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Jan 24, 2010

I was thinking of something a little different

AMC Hurst SC/Rambler

Buick GSX Stage 1

Plymouth 'Cuda AAR

And a couple drag strips to take them down.

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Jan 24, 2010

ferrariguy357 wrote:

Plymouth 'Cuda AAR

And a couple drag strips to take them down.


The AAR Cuda is a 340 small-block, built for Trans Am road racing. If you want to drag a Cuda, you also need the 427 Hemi model.

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Jan 24, 2010

juju80k wrote:

at 3:05 that is definitely an ruf!

 

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeV69LQ_8Vs


Just a fan video, with footage from elsewhere. The trailer's creator lurks here.

 

That Porsche and Lambo footage is not GT sourced. Paskowitz put them at the end of the trailer, for the sake of informing people of the status of the two marques.

 

If that's a RUF, why does it say 'Porschecarreragtmay6' in the bottom of the frame?

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The AAR Cuda is a 340 small-block, built for Trans Am road racing. If you want to drag a Cuda, you also need the 427 Hemi model.


That would be a 426 Hemi. The 427 cu in motors were produced by GM and Ford.

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FatLeadFoot wrote:

Pyro6000 wrote:

The AAR Cuda is a 340 small-block, built for Trans Am road racing. If you want to drag a Cuda, you also need the 427 Hemi model.


That would be a 426 Hemi. The 427 cu in motors were produced by GM and Ford.


Yup, you're right.

 

Unless it was a factory repair overbore.

(Chrysler was notorious for using blocks that GM and Ford would have scrapped.)

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FatLeadFoot wrote:

Pyro6000 wrote:

The AAR Cuda is a 340 small-block, built for Trans Am road racing. If you want to drag a Cuda, you also need the 427 Hemi model.


That would be a 426 Hemi. The 427 cu in motors were produced by GM and Ford.


 

...Or a 440 six pack
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Jan 25, 2010

1966 Shelby G.T. 350

 

I'm pretty certain the 1965 G.T. 350R will be in the game, based on it being in both GT4 and GT PSP.  That said, the car is incorrect in both versions.  First of all the horsepower is the same in the game as it would have been for the street version, when in fact the R version was tuned for more power.  Also, it is wrong cosmetically as well.  The R version has the large rear air vents removed in favor of Plexiglas side windows.  I'm hoping they either fix this for GT5 or even better, I'd love to simply see the 1966 street version of the car.  Why?  The street car may not have performed quite as well as the R version, but it was about as close as one could possibly get to a street legal racer back in the day.  That, and it simply looked more attractive.  The 1966 version was especially so with the side air vents replaced by rear windows, while gaining functional air vents in front or the rear wheels to cool the breaks, and also coming in several more color options.  In addition to that, the 1966 version came with an option for a factory installed Paxton supercharger that boosted power from 305hp to about 440hp.  

 

 

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