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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by bscar27, Jul 25, 2014.
Anyways, there is an Bluebird 510 in GT6!
To be honest, I've used 510 since the Ridge Racer 7 days
The best way to do it is have a list of all premium cars in the game. Then at the start of each car name insert a Y for yes if they can have an editable racing number and a N if they can't. That way people can easily see which ones still need checking (no Y or N status) and there's less wasted effort.
e.g. (NOT REAL DATA))
Y Abarth 500 '09
N Abarth Grande Punto '09
Y Alfa Romeeo MiTo 1.4 Sport '09
Aston Martin DB9 '06
Aston Martin V12 Vantage
It's also easy enough to copy and paste that and re-sort it in a spreadsheet if want them in status order.
Yeah i noticed...
Out of all the cars that should have them, this is the one that does not... I'm surprised.
It could be like how in GT2, BMW didn't want it's cars to have custom wheels equipped. Also claiming #9 if it's still open and/or that's still going on.
Didn't read the whole thread, but it wasn't on the first-post.
Would be nice to have no roundel and just plain white or black numbers... maybe a rotation on them (30°-45° or so).
Seriously? The GP can't have numbers? PD, why would you do that?
Don't worry about the GP(do worry about it), Kubelwagen is the important thing here!(GT6 the real make-fun-of-german-ww2-tech simulator) we could start a racing series where we race almost-equally balanced Kubelwagens that are fully tuned! NOT.
Numbers on Huayras, reminds me of the Gumball Rally.
You just told a touring car guy to "not worry about the Grande Punto." That, that's the important thing.
The Grande Punto was about to be on ITCC 6's car list...
Isn't ITCC 5 still on race 3? i checked the thread despite me never doing an online race in GT6 ever.
And i will edit the last post to make it look more like a joke
Round 3, of a six round championship... That means we're three weeks from the end... Planning for #6 is unfair.
So there is one reply that says you CAN'T have numbers on a GP, and one that says you CAN have them, i blame the other Punto. Unless im imagining that there is another Punto.
Punto HGT Abarth, from the Fiat index. Standard car means no numbers.
I think ITCC_Andrew just overreacted abit at a post which only listed the Grande Punto as an example and not actually as a car that couldn't have a number. As you can see in that picture, it most definitely can have a number.
Also, another addition to the list:
Toyota 2000GT '67
Well, it looks like I will be purchasing a 2000GT soon.
More additions to the list:
Pagani Huayra '11
Pozzi Motorsports Camaro RS
No it's an example (e.g.) of a small part of the list. I'll edit my post slightly to say it's not real data.
Two more for the list (including a favorite for a certain person):
Lexus LFA Nurburgring Package '12
Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track '13
Also, the List is missing the Lotus Evora, which I posted a pic of last week.
What "semi-premiums" can have numbers?
I can confirm that the 2003 DB9 can have them. (I used that, along with the surprising range of aero options, in conjunction with my own self-made DBR9)
But are there any others that can get them?
(P.S. @Furinkazen, you could turn these road cars into fully-fledged race cars, and then race them in a dedicated series. Maybe we could co-operate on a new series?)
Thank you for the inspiration.
I knew this already. First car I tried this feature out on (Obviously).
88 --> HH --> Heil Hitler
How does 88=HH?
Because H is the 8th letter?
Yeah. I read this somewhere that 88 can symbolize that. A real shame 'cause 88 is my favourite number.