Nicely done! I'm looking forward to seeing more UK civilian vehicles in the future :)
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@SelenaGomez Sounds good to me! Looking forward to what's coming next.
Looking very good! Hopefully more Rover models, such as the 75 and SD1 are planned for the future :)
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@bloodyframe2018 - Yes, but I was referring to a hypothetical lore-friendly version like this one.
@Patão_Innertubey - No problem! It would certainly be cool to see some lore friendly takes on some of Reliant's other offerings in the future - the Robin, Regal and Scimitar come to mind :)
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