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I'm always nervous about adding mods, other than 'drop in and play' mods, but I took and chance with this one and am really glad I did. Very cool! It works really well with 'Screaming Injured Peds 2.0' mod. Nothing like watching an aggressive thug writhe and scream on the ground.
To answer the question as to why the tires are grey-white, it's because round about 1915 carbon was widely added to rubber used in the manufacture of tires to act as a preservative, which also gives them the familiar black pigment. Prior to that, tires ranged in color from translucent, to white/light grey, to light tan.
For a Menyoo mod, it looks pretty good, but I've got to warn you; Menyoo mods aren't well received in this community. Couple that with your user name, you're probably going to catch some flack. Just kind of a friendly 'heads up' of what to expect if you're going to call yourself the 'god of mods' and are only planning to kick out Menyoo stacked cars.
You should consider reaching out and collaborating with other, experienced modders. Your cars have such great potential, but they fall short of the mark. I think if you gain a little shared knowledge, you could have some of the most coveted 3rd party vehicles on this site. This and your Ecto 1b could easily be two of my favorite cars if you could get the kinks ironed out and have the Add-Ons work correctly.
I was really excited about this one, but just as several others have stated, it crashes my game. Very disappointed. If you get it figured out, I'd love to give this another chance.
Did the concept ever run? All I've ever seen was images of this car being pulled by another vehicle or pushed by hand. Still, it's neat to see one moving under its own steam, even if it is just a 3D model.
This is super cool! I wanted a Star Wars Speeder Bike, but this will work. Almost looks like a Swoop, actually. Great job!
Without working mechanical armatures he's just a fat guy with Elton John hair.
Probably one of the most under-appreciated Italian sports cars ever made. Works great, looks great, and is a lot of fun to play with. Thank you for this. By the way, should you happen to find a model for the '92 version of the Pantera, or the Mangusta, I'd probably be inspired to write songs about your accolades that would be passed down for generations to come.
@SkylineGTRFreak This is why you're one of the best. Much appreciated, my friend.