Author: Sigma-6
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Requirements: No addons required

Version: 1.0
Signed: Yes, key included

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Date: 2008-07-11 20:31


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Vehicle pack
by
Sigma-6


Description:
Here is a set of vehicles:
    "240GD" A Mercedes 240GD. This is the original model I made for DDAM mod, except that I modified the mirrors. DDAM have made about a million amazing versions of this vehicle now, but I always wanted to release the original, so here it is.
    "440cuda" A 1970 Plymouth 440 'Cuda with the fake dual hood scoops. It's yellow now, because people didn't seem to want to drive it when it was pink Hood can be opened.
    "barcuda" A 1970 Plymouth Barracuda. This is the basic variant with the flat hood. Hood can be opened.
    "cd71hm" A 1971 Plymouth Hemicuda. Hood can be opened.
    "challenger" A 2008 Dodge Challenger Concept.
    "civic" My family's 1989 Honda Civic Hatchback, the real version of which is sitting in my sister's garage in Ottawa.
    "cooter" Cooter's Tow Truck from the Dukes of Hazzard! This is a kind of cartoonified tow truck, done up as a 1977 Ford F-250.
    "cuda" A 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda. This is the street version of what AAR went to the track with. Hood can be opened.
    "fury" A 'brown cow' 1977 Plymouth Fury, for when you need a generic car.
    "hemicuda" A 1970 Plymouth Hemicuda. Hood can be opened.
    "mackr" The old Mack R Model. Updated again.
    "monaco" 1968 Dodge Monaco.
    "oldtruc2" A vintage farm truck.
    "oldtruc2a" A version of the farm truck with a troop bed in the back--uses BIS public release components.
    "oldtruck" My old 1965 GMC Fleetside from OFP.
    "oltruc3" A 1977 Ford F-250 Pickup.
    "roadrunner2" A 1969 Road Runner in yellow. Hood can be opened.
    "roadrunner" A 1969 Road Runner in green. Hood can be opened.
    "rosco" Sherrif Rosco P. Coltrane's Squad car from the Dukes of Hazzard! A 1977 Plymouth Fury.
    "sahco" A 1977 Plymouth Fury police cruiser in Sahrani livery.
    "schoolbus" An old Chevy School Bus.
    "SIG_chargerrt" A 1969 Charger R/T in yellow, with a black interior and rallye wheels with silver hubcaps.
    "SIG_general" The General Lee from the Dukes of Hazzard! The General comes here complete with all his details from the show: roll bar, pushbar, CB, Aerial, AR 'Vector' wheels, tan interior, 'Dixie' horn, and the complete custom paintjob, including the crossed flags on the decklid. This and the Charger R/T have both hoods that can be opened and light covers that are able to be opened at night.


Installation:
If you have any previous versions, overwrite all previous files with the ones presented in this zip file.

Extract the pbo file to your ArmA's Addons file or (as we always recommend) use mod folders to keep your mods organized and to prevent errors in the future.
Check our FAQ for a clear explanation.


Included .pbo files:


Media:

Video by T_bone & Mateck:


Usage:
The land vehicles will be found under 'civilian/Sigma Wheeled'.


Known issues:
None, not tested in MP. There may be problems.


Version:
v1.0
- A whole new range of vehicles added.
- Barracudas have undercarriages, engines, suspension components, improved interiors, side mirrors, hoods can be popped open (have a look under the hood!)
- Sounds improved for some cars.
- Model improvements.
- Damage textures and modelling.
- no longer 'invincible'.
- appropriate cars ('hero' cars) have working gauges.
- Signed.

v0.9
- First release version


Thanks:
Gnat, without whom this improved pack would not have been possible at all!
DDAM: Frandsen et al
Colonel Klink
Parvus


Legal discalimer:
Everything (art-wise) in this pack is Copyright (c) 2007 by William Richardson, except for things that are IP of Warner Brothers, or BI. Use this addon pack according to the BIS O2 and ArmA licenses. If you have any intention of editing or altering anything in this pack for re-release, or have any comments, please contact me at: . I'm usually good about that kind of stuff.


Forum topic:
- BI forums




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