The last shot got me thinking of Can
I'm assuming this was inspired by the Beck Kustoms F132? It's a hell of a beast, that's for sure
I don't know if anyone has said this before, this gives off Sindacco Argento vibes. Still a gucci car-
Oop. I've been dead for a while, but here goes nothing. Since it's a lore-friendly Yugo...
"The automotive equivalent of corporate-commissioned 'nothing music' has arrived on American streets, coming fresh off the boat from Serbia thanks to a businessman who used to have his own failed line of safety-oriented sports cars - when the Ajvar rolled off the assembly lines in RUNE's factories, almost every attribute of the car was quickly lambasted, and for a good reason too. From the outdated technology to the bubblegum and bandages holding it together, we're lucky it didn't fall apart immediately upon hitting San Andreas' roads."
It's tuna and turtle time, boys! There's fun to be had with this one.
Ah yes, a new update for ENT. Good thing it wasn't 44.4 or it would have upset a certain gun-wielding stand user-
I could suggest a name change of this to something along the lines of 'Polycrawler' or 'Angula' ,so the GTA SA fans don't tear you a new one for 'violating the name of the Savanna'. It's an amazing mod, but the main gripe is the choice of name.
I wonder if louvers could be added in as an extra. This is so close to being what could have been seen in late 90s-early 00s LC
Coming in again. Sorry if I've made myself overabundant, but writing the descriptions for these feels weirdly addicting to me.
"If you saw this anywhere back in the 90s, chances were you've found yourself in an area of the affluent, the filthy rich that's been despised by lower classes since the beginning of society. As if the Second British invasion in terms of broody, dystopian new wave and radical androgynous fashion wasn't enough for the time, imported British luxury had stepped onto the scene in America, retooled on the inside for American needs. A San Fierro classic, whilst only having 3 doors on hand, can be yours for what would equal about $100,000 today in San Andreas' unnecessarily hyperinflated economy."
Oop. Props to Patão for putting in the descriptions I whipped up in the comments of both the Tunak and the Pakunek, so I thought I'd continue with the favors. From TX with love for these lore-friendly cars.
"The Furzen has a rather interesting history. Originally made for a dictator that's gone down in the books of infamy with a global war on his hands, it became a symbol of American counterculture in the 1960s, mainly those who went down Route 69 from Midway to San Fierro and wore flowers in their grown-out hair while doing tabs and filling their Campers with 15 year old cooking oil. This made the popularity of the Furzen skyrocket, with the classic 'small car of the century' gaining a well-revered status it continues to retain today."