Author Topic: Triumph Spitfire 1500 FH  (Read 317 times)

MonsterQuiche

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Hi, What about adding this little sport compact car in the game 
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Of course remove the dials and add a bit of rust and it should go well with the game


Small engine on a lightweight car

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sam223

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Trummy's are cool cars. Triumph 2000 mk1 or mk2 would be better choice though, would tick authenticity box for banger racing fans... Or at least the GT6 instead of convertible.
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MonsterQuiche

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I don't think we need more slow cars like the 2000 MK1 and MK2 but the GT6 is not bad either. The front of the GT6 kinda looks the same as the 1500 FH but the back of the GT6 can match the one of the Sunrise Super in-game so maybe get the front of the GT6 and then put the back of the 2000 MK2.
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sam223

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I don't think we need more slow cars like the 2000 MK1 and MK2 but the GT6 is not bad either. The front of the GT6 kinda looks the same as the 1500 FH but the back of the GT6 can match the one of the Sunrise Super in-game so maybe get the front of the GT6 and then put the back of the 2000 MK2.
I dont think any trummy will be fast tbh. Considering engine size and age. Would mix well on track with the 2l's of a similar era that are already in game. Suggested 2000 as it was/is a popular IRL banger,the other models not so much.
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