The 1982 Emperor from American Motors was the must have luxury vehicle back in the 80's, but since then it has done several hundred thousand miles and probably had just as many owners over the years, but that does not mean condition is any issue on this vehicle, it is just, well, umm, well used, no, worn in, no,no.... umm, its very good for its age, yeah, thats it.
With room to seat 5 and incredibly generous leg room in the rear, this is the perfect luxury classic cruiser for you, its reasonably powerful V8 engine should propel you from 0 to 50 in a fairly alright time, and its front disc brakes should stop you at some point if you keep them applied, but there is one thing we can be sure of, they sure don't build cars like this anymore with its 5mm thick sheet metal panels you can be sure it can take a beating, or a few bullets before any harm is done.
So if this car sounds perfect for you then get down to Sunshine Autos now to take it for a Spin.
Another collection of European cars, most of which being edits from III.
Special thanks to CJ2000 for providing the Mafia Sentinel & Pony from III. Without it, they couldn't be edited and this pack wouldn't be made. Also I don't know why in the picture, the police car colors are red and white. They're green & white ingame.
In the 1970's, the German car company Opus worked diligently to design their own rendition of the then-popular sports coupes in America. The end result was a distaster. Today, the Mantis B's only claim to fame is a few Dutch comedy films, such as the poorly made, edited, and written "Godverdomme Nederlandse Mensen", and sitting on some cinder blocks in front of some mobile home in Europe en masse. And now's your own chance to own one, imported all the way from Essen, just for $25,000! Is it a lot? Sure, but for something that looks like a muscle car, handles like a hatchback, and made in Germany, it's well worth the money!
If you're looking for a car to lug the family around with a hint of the 1980s, then look no further, as the 1987 Premier Wagon is now in stock at Sunshine Autos! This car has rear wheel drive and a long wheelbase with short outer ends. Great visibility with almost no blind spots for such a large wagon. You might think this will lead up to speed and other things. But nah, the manufacturer put a scooter engine in it for the first 10,000 batch and realised the mistake couldn't be reversed, so it kept supplying it like this. But hell, that isn't too bad, Soccer Moms loved this back in the day!
America's favorite van amongst trade workers, movers, and kidnappers. It's not possible to access the cargo part of it, though. Doesn't sound fun? It's less fun when you touch my things in the back so fuck off and just keep yourself at the front. Besides, there's probably nothing there to begin with other than some old spy stuff. There's clearly something marked "FBI" in the back, but when we got it, the papers said we got it from a carpenter. Either way, get your own van for $6,000!
Taxi driving isn't a noble job. It's boring, you deal with the worst kinds of people, and worst of all, you have to pay for your own gas. But what about car collecting? It's a noble hobby, you get to talk about cars, take your old cars out and listen to people admire them. So what if you mix the two and collect old taxis? Will people admire it and say it's a lot more unique than what other folks collect, or will they try to rob you, nevermind the fact you're driving a forty year old taxi? We don't care. Just come and take this off our not.
This truck can withstand anything. A cattle stampede, a trip to the steel mills, a nuclear holocaust, anything. Built for REAL MEN, this classic truck comes with many of the features trucks today have: near indestructible bumpers, firm-fitting hoods, and triple size cupholders. Because we all know, whether you're going on a job or going on a vacation, you can't afford to let your drink spill all over the place. Technically, you can if you can afford this truck, unless you spent everything just to buy this truck. And then again, since this truck's only $10,000, how poor are you? Go buy one of our budget trucks and get back to us when you have moolah.
This van was NOT used by the FBI in any point in time. It was NOT outfitted with a command console that was NEVER used for surveillance and stakeouts. This van doesn't exist, at least for the FBI. After getting it for a steal at an FBI auction, or rather stealing it from an FBI auction, we now have this 1989 Pony, selling for $7,500!