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.
This is the Kuruma model from Manhunt 2, Although it looks similar to the Kuruma
people from the discussion topic on this mods conversion felt that the name
ExSess was better suited to the model to make it something different since there
is no official word that the car in Manhunt 2 is a Kuruma, it has only been
assumed to be one due to its likeness to the model from GTA III.
Seeing as the admins over on GTA Garage are too busy to approve files I have grouped together a bunch of vehicles already made for the Vice Beta Collection and will release them here where I can get them approved straight away.
This classic Oceanic sedan has played host to some of Vice City's most elite people over the past 50+ years it has been in service, now is your chance to own this piece of history and perhaps even make history with it.
This former VCPD patrol vehicle has been through all the tough tests and passed them to be used by the police force, the body is in excellent condition its been in that many smashes and crashes over the years its had every body panel replaced atleast once so you know this one will be a keeper.
This former Vice City cab has received a fresh coat of Paint and is ready for all you driving needs, if it has survived this long as a taxi then you know its built tough and ready for any situation you can throw at it.