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Old 29-08-2007, 11:51 PM   #1
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hi guys long time no post
this is one of my many projects i started but one of the few projects i have finished.

after playing forza 2 on xbox i have been wanting to add mods to the campervan.
any idea's on what i should add? e.g spoiler? custom paint job?

you name it i can do it. infact if you want you could post designs and i will map it onto the van (i'm no good at modding cars even in forza i suck)so any help would be nice

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Old 03-09-2007, 11:18 PM   #2
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How about adding rust and rust holes?! Seriously, just about every one of these VW vans I saw growing up had rust all around!
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Old 04-09-2007, 04:48 PM   #3
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How about adding rust and rust holes?! Seriously, just about every one of these VW vans I saw growing up had rust all around!
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sure i could. i rember seeing a tutorial on this useing a mini cooper, updates in a week or so
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Old 13-09-2007, 01:02 AM   #4
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I ain't no hippy, I was just a kid! :-) Anyway, I do recall being told those VW vans were entirely unsafe as there was virtually no crash space between the bumper and the passenger seat! Looking forward to the update!
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bah I spent 3 weeks in one when I was 18 (it was my mates, proper old vintage one) bloody great fun, nice stops now and then to let it cool down.

Got to say I reckon it would be hard to crach one as I think the top speed was about 50 mph and it took and age to get there!
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Wierd, though i already commented this ages ago ...

Well i reckon its great, nice model!

Only thing i suggest is to put it in a enviroment/scene for the fun of it, example ... a drag strip haha :p
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Only thing i suggest is to put it in a enviroment/scene for the fun of it, example ... a drag strip haha :p

like this??

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XvjV...elated&search=
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Originally posted by gster123
like this??
SPOT ON!

Haha! nice video ... lol
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update will take some time as i have just start college again. i get to go to the tate modern in london on wednesday
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