Cars that can feature racing number plates

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  1. Harsk100

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    Anyways, there is an Bluebird 510 in GT6! :D
     
  2. titleguy1

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    To be honest, I've used 510 since the Ridge Racer 7 days :p
     
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  3. JohnScoonsBeard

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    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.
     
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  4. CSMDuty11

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    Yeah i noticed...

     
  5. YayoiGT2

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    Out of all the cars that should have them, this is the one that does not... I'm surprised.
     
  6. Kingofweasles

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    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.
     
  7. Ryk

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    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).
     
  8. ITCC_Andrew

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    Seriously? The GP can't have numbers? :grumpy: PD, why would you do that?
     
  9. CSMDuty11

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    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.
     
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  10. sparkytooth

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    Numbers on Huayras, reminds me of the Gumball Rally.
     
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  11. ITCC_Andrew

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    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...
     
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    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
     
  13. ITCC_Andrew

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    Round 3, of a six round championship... That means we're three weeks from the end... Planning for #6 is unfair.
     
  14. RACECAR

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  15. CSMDuty11

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    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.
     
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    Punto HGT Abarth, from the Fiat index. Standard car means no numbers.
     
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  17. RACECAR

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    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



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  18. sparkytooth

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    YESSSSSSS
     
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  19. Dan

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    Well, it looks like I will be purchasing a 2000GT soon.
     
  20. RACECAR

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    More additions to the list:

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    Pagani Huayra '11
    Pozzi Motorsports Camaro RS
     

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  21. JohnScoonsBeard

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    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.
     
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  22. RACECAR

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    Two more for the list (including a favorite for a certain person):

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    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.
     

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  23. Furi

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    What "semi-premiums" can have numbers?
     
  24. TheLuigi755

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    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?)
     
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  25. dimassa19

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    Thank you for the inspiration. ;):tup:
     
  26. sparkytooth

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    I knew this already. First car I tried this feature out on (Obviously).
     
  27. tankuroded

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    ...why? :confused:
     
  28. GTracer98

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    88 --> HH --> Heil Hitler
     
  29. ildd

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    How does 88=HH?
    Because H is the 8th letter?
     
  30. GTracer98

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    Yeah. I read this somewhere that 88 can symbolize that. A real shame 'cause 88 is my favourite number. :(