Legendary cars dealer refresh

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Alfa?

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I only need that and the 250 GTO, then I've finally driven all the cars and can uninstall this stupid game.
 
I'm sure the 30s Alfa is overdue now... One of the few remaining cars that I need.
Some cars have gone 95 days before so not overdue until Monday.

I think the car has been pending though since Monday. It's just waiting for an available slot to appear into (probably a 10 day window). That could be the slot occupied by the Porsche that is now sold out - so tomorrow maybe.
 
I think the car has been pending though since Monday. It's just waiting for an available slot to appear into (probably a 10 day window). That could be the slot occupied by the Porsche that is now sold out - so tomorrow maybe.
I'll be ready ! (Bought the old Aston this morning)
 
ManufacturerModelYearExpectedNext Seen
Alfa Romeo8C 2900B Lungo Berlinetta193711/12/202308/03/2024
Mercedes AMGCLK-LM199812/12/202309/03/2024
Ferrari365 GTB4197116/12/202313/03/2024
JaguarXJ13 🏆196618/12/202331/01/2024
NissanSkyline (KPGC110) 2000GT-R197322/12/202319/03/2024
Abarth1500 Biposto Bertone B.A.T 1195222/12/202319/03/2024
McLarenF1199422/12/202319/03/2024
Peugeot205 T16 Evolution II Rally Car198623/12/202320/03/2024
FordGT40 Mk1196624/12/202321/03/2024
BMWMcLaren F1 GTR Race Car199725/12/202322/03/2024
RenaultR8 Gordini196625/12/202322/03/2024
FordMustang Boss 429196927/12/202324/03/2024
SuzukiV6 Escudo Pikes Peak Special*199829/12/202326/03/2024
PontiacGTO ‘The Judge’196930/12/202327/03/2024
JaguarXJR-9198830/12/202327/03/2024
ChevroletCorvette C1195831/12/202328/03/2024
Ferrari250 GTO CN.3729GT196231/12/202328/03/2024
Toyota2000GT196731/12/202328/03/2024
MaseratiA6GCS/53 Spyder195406/01/202403/04/2024
FerrariF40199206/01/202403/04/2024
Mercedes AMGSauber C9198907/01/202404/04/2024
Mercedes-Benz300 SEL 6.8 AMG197107/01/202404/04/2024
FordMark IV Race Car 🏆196708/01/202421/02/2024
ChevroletCorvette Stingray Concept195908/01/202405/04/2024
Mazda787B199108/01/202405/04/2024
FerrariGTO198409/01/202406/04/2024
PlymouthSuperbird197009/01/202406/04/2024
PorscheSpyder Type 550/1500 RS195510/01/202407/04/2024
ShelbyGT350196511/01/202408/04/2024
LamborghiniMiura P400 Bertone Prototype CN.0706196711/01/202408/04/2024
ChevroletCorvette (C2) Sting Ray Sport Coupe196316/01/202413/04/2024
Porsche356 A/1500 GS GT Carrera Speedster195616/01/202413/04/2024
AudiSport quattro S1198716/01/202413/04/2024
DodgeChallenger R/T197017/01/202414/04/2024
NissanR92CP199217/01/202414/04/2024
Alfa RomeoGiulia TZ2 Carrozzata da Zagato CN.AR750106196518/01/202415/04/2024
McLarenMP4/4198819/01/202416/04/2024
Aston MartinDB5196419/01/202416/04/2024
De TomasoMangusta (+ Christian Dior version)196919/01/2024
(07/03/2024)
16/04/2024
(01/06/24)
AlpineA220196823/01/202420/04/2024
Ferrari330 P4 🏆196725/01/202409/03/2024
ShelbyCobra 427196627/01/202424/04/2024
CitroenDS 21 Pallas197028/01/202425/04/2024
ToyotaCelica (ST205) GT-FOUR Rally Car198528/01/202425/04/2024
ChevroletCamaro Z28196929/01/202426/04/2024
DodgeCharger R/T 426 Hemi196829/01/202426/04/2024
HondaRA272196529/01/202426/04/2024
Mercedes-Benz190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II199129/01/202426/04/2024
NissanNismo 400R199529/01/202426/04/2024
JeepWillys MB194501/02/202429/04/2024
NissanSkyline Hard Top 2000 GT-R (KPGC10)197003/02/202401/05/2024
JaguarD-Type195404/02/202402/05/2024
Mercedes AMGS Barker Tourer192905/02/202403/05/2024
Mercedes-Benz300 SL Coupe195407/02/202405/05/2024
ShelbyCobra Daytona Coupe196408/02/202406/05/2024
NissanSkyline R34 GT-R GT500199908/02/202406/05/2024
Ferrari250 GT Berlinetta passo corto CN.2521196109/02/202407/05/2024
McLarenF1 GTR Kokusai Kaihatsu199509/02/202407/05/2024
NissanSkyline R30 Super Silhouette Group 5198409/02/202407/05/2024
NissanFairlady Z (S30) Z432196909/02/202407/05/2024
LamborghiniCountach LP400197411/02/202409/05/2024
PorscheCarrera GTS (904)196415/02/202413/05/2024
MaseratiMerak SS198015/02/202413/05/2024
ToyotaSupra GT500199716/02/202414/05/2024
Alfa Romeo155 2.5 V6 TI199319/02/202417/05/2024
Porsche911 996 GT1 Strassenversion199719/02/202417/05/2024
PlymouthXNR Ghia Roadster196020/02/202418/05/2024
MazdaRX 500197020/02/202418/05/2024
Porsche356 A/1500 GS Carrera195620/02/202418/05/2024
Porsche962 C198822/02/202420/05/2024
PorscheCarrera 901 RS197324/02/202422/05/2024
FerrariF50199525/02/202423/05/2024
Porsche959198726/02/202424/05/2024
JaguarXJ220199227/02/202425/05/2024
ChaparralChaparral 2J197002/03/202429/05/2024
Porsche917K197002/03/202429/05/2024
JaguarE-Type Coupe196104/03/202431/05/2024
Ferrari500 Mondial Pinin Farina Coupe195404/03/202431/05/2024
Mercedes-Benz300SL W194195206/03/202402/06/2024
FordFord Roadster196309/03/202405/06/2024
Aston MartinDB3S CN.1195310/03/202406/06/2024
*The Escudo has had an erratic cycle, so this is based on 12 weeks since its last appearance.

This should keep you going till the end of Feb...
 
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Does anyone know how long the Mclaren F1 will likely remain in the LCD? Decided to commit to grinding for it but have limited time haha.
 
Does anyone know how long the Mclaren F1 will likely remain in the LCD? Decided to commit to grinding for it but have limited time haha.
Take a Beat and do a custom race on Daytona tri-oval VS nerfed Tomahawks, it will bring you millions while you are doing more interesting things, and when you want to play you can focus on fun not on credits.
 
I hardly win more than 500k per hour if I avoid grinding (manually or AFK), and I barely play 7h per week, so no thanks, my patience does not extends on many years.
 
I agree that the economy needs work, but still there’s simply no reason to grind, or cheat. You just need to be patient.
Why? And I mean that sincerely. Buying and driving cars is what the game is.

Now if cars were behind some sort of skill gap or license that required some sort of game mastery I could understand.

But the limiting factor is time and the ability to earn credits in suitable numbers.

Ignoring the roulette tickets and endurance missions which are one and done and based purely on using the top paying races. To purchase 2 of the 20 million credit cars (40m) you would have to do Sardegna 27 times at circa 28 minutes a time roughly.

That is a serious time sink for just 2 top end cars.
 
Why? And I mean that sincerely. Buying and driving cars is what the game is.

Now if cars were behind some sort of skill gap or license that required some sort of game mastery I could understand.

But the limiting factor is time and the ability to earn credits in suitable numbers.

Ignoring the roulette tickets and endurance missions which are one and done and based purely on using the top paying races. To purchase 2 of the 20 million credit cars (40m) you would have to do Sardegna 27 times at circa 28 minutes a time roughly.

That is a serious time sink for just 2 top end cars.
Why on earth would you want to do just Sardegna 27 times when there are hundreds of other things you can do and hundreds of different cars to do them with?
 
Why on earth would you want to do just Sardegna 27 times when there are hundreds of other things you can do and hundreds of different cars to do them with?
Because it's the fastest not funnest though, way to get credits.

When you add in the scarcity factor of some cars being arbitrarily time limited or locked behind invite only mechanics, if you want one of those cars within a reasonable time frame, say like to drive the F1 over the Xmas period when you have some time off etc then doing one lap of Nurbs in for 15k ain't gonna get you that F1 any time soon.

The balance is some what skewed towards those that aren't as time poor as some people.

Its not just the economy it's the philosophy behind it that required people game the game.
 
Because it's the fastest not funnest though, way to get credits.

When you add in the scarcity factor of some cars being arbitrarily time limited or locked behind invite only mechanics, if you want one of those cars within a reasonable time frame, say like to drive the F1 over the Xmas period when you have some time off etc then doing one lap of Nurbs in for 15k ain't gonna get you that F1 any time soon.

The balance is some what skewed towards those that aren't as time poor as some people.

Its not just the economy it's the philosophy behind it that required people game the game.
There are a few people on this forum who seem to enjoy crunching numbers. I see there’s a thread about the total credit cost of every car in the game, etc.

I’d like to see similar about adding up the total value of every event in the game, including the championships. I’m not bothered enough to add it all up myself. But in my opinion, what’s required to get all the cars is to just play through the entire SP campaign several times over, with a few time trails and circuit experiences etc thrown in here and there, along with roulettes and the new weekly challenges. You’ve just got to manage your money carefully and keep an eye on rotations - if you can’t get something this time you can plan for when it comes round next time. All that.

That’s how I’m playing anyway and i’ve never felt the need to run the same track over and over. There have been 3 very high value cars in the LCD this week, I’ve accepted that I won’t be able to get all of them. But the Ferrari is on a faster rotation than the others, and I already have a Porsche racecar so I’ll get just the F1 this time and wait for the others to come up next time, or the time after. In the meantime I should be able to afford some of the cheaper cars and whatever (if any) I get invites for.
 
There are a few people on this forum who seem to enjoy crunching numbers. I see there’s a thread about the total credit cost of every car in the game, etc.

I’d like to see similar about adding up the total value of every event in the game, including the championships. I’m not bothered enough to add it all up myself. But in my opinion, what’s required to get all the cars is to just play through the entire SP campaign several times over, with a few time trails and circuit experiences etc thrown in here and there, along with roulettes and the new weekly challenges. You’ve just got to manage your money carefully and keep an eye on rotations - if you can’t get something this time you can plan for when it comes round next time. All that.

That’s how I’m playing anyway and i’ve never felt the need to run the same track over and over. There have been 3 very high value cars in the LCD this week, I’ve accepted that I won’t be able to get all of them. But the Ferrari is on a faster rotation than the others, and I already have a Porsche racecar so I’ll get just the F1 this time and wait for the others to come up next time, or the time after. In the meantime I should be able to afford some of the cheaper cars and whatever (if any) I get invites for.
Sorry but for the way I like playing GT7 and owning as many of my favorite cars as I can buy your way of play gt7 wouldn't work for me.
 
It’s pretty normal for a modern game to require a lot of time and dedication to fully complete.
Platinum trophy here, 100% CE gold and over 4000 online races let alone the SP stuff and I still haven't made enough money to buy all of the cars. I don't grind although occasionally do Sardegna for fun.

I'm not sure I'm with you it being fun to do that 10 times over.

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It’s pretty normal for a modern game to require a lot of time and dedication to fully complete.
I don't "buy" into this way of artificially fleshing a game and its longevity. And if I find a way to enjoy it more, I use it.

I play to have fun, not to feel like working.

And I don't care about fully completing it. Maybe I'll get the platinum trophy one day (which I don't consider equal to completing the game), but as it requires 100% gold on normal licenses... it has a very few chance of happening to me. And I won't talk about missions where not only I am unable to gold them, but I can't even bronze some. On SP I am at 81% completion, I know I won't 100% here neither, thanks to those wonderfull rallycross events. CE all bronze, and I'd like to gold all, but I doubt I'd achieve that either, and it will need countless hours with very low credits.

Car collection on the other hand, is nearly complete thanks to AFK grinding, credits are a non issue now, I focus on having fun with the few hours I spend in game.
 
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