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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by bscar27, Jul 25, 2014.
You need to conspire less
Haha.... what a load of cobblers.... forget about that crap, it means nothing.
I just explained what Pootis meant, that's it...
I know that's what you did, and I explained that it actually means nothing. Really.
Well, nothing is exactly what I like to think. But some people see Nazism everywhere.
This seems like something you have to really go out of your way to be offended by.
Well, the Kubelwagen was a car used by the Nazis and 88 does mean heil hitler since H is the 8th letter of the alphabet. If you are going to use a number plate on it, don't use 88 because people may get offended if they see one with the 88 on it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/88_(number)#In_white_nationalism
Back on topic:
Even though standards can't have number plates, the semi-premium cars could be able to in an update. But I prefer all standards to be able to have a number plate.
And it is just a pathetic abbreviation which is easily ignored, and anybody who is offended by it is clearly far too sensitive.
Someone Tell Dale Jr...
Politely reminding y'all that I claimed #9 and that the Cizeta V16T can feature number plates.
Wow, looks great. Too bad I don't have a flash drive of my own, otherwise I'd post some pics of my #7 cars.
I'm enjoying working through my garage adding numbers and trying out cars I've not used for a while.
I'm actually using the Garage list sorted by cars last used in reverse order and finding out what I've been missing.
Plus the Toyota 2000GT and Alfa Romeo 8C are gorgeous looking motors
With each car, I'm adding the number and then taking it out for a spin on different races and events. But at this rate it's gonna take me a while to get through them all...
Does anyone know if you can add a number to the Formula Gran Turismo (FGT) cars?
I always thought of them as standards, but they are listed with a 'detailed interior'.
Just checked. No unfortunately you can't.
Thanks for checking. Really appreciate it.
Standard Car that can carry a driver number:
Aston Martin DB9 '03
It probably has something to do with the fact that its exterior is virtually identical to the premium DB9.
Thought it was appropriate to bring this thread back because one of the cars that couldn't have a number plate put on it at first now can have one:
Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 '11
Doesn't work on Art Morrison Corvette '60.
Works on Lotus Elise '96.
Yay!!! SLS AMG GT3 can have numbers!!!
I was just checking out the Mazda thread in the GT6 Photomode Forums and there were a number of first generation (NA) Miatas/Roadsters that had number plates on them. Anybody have any idea what years/versions this may work on?
Probably the ones with the stripes hidden on them?
The premium first gen Is the one probably. The racing stripe Miatas are standard and cannot have a number added.
Wow, I feel dumb for never realizing that there were NA Miata/Roadsters that are Premium.