Forza Horizon 5

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The BMW Isetta looks huge compare to the Peel P50.
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Jag vs Aston Martin.
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Old and new British.
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Got the Peel Trident.
 
Yo dawg I heard you like lights.

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Bought a few more cars. The Alfa Romeo was $15 mil.
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Pinifarina
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AM One-77
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Bently
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The Oldsmobile Tornado is FWD, but surprisingly it drives really well with the 7.2L Racing V8 (LSx?) swap and supercharged to about 1100hp. It doesn't understeer too badly. I kept the stock 3 speed (turbo hydramatic?) and it's got so much torque that the wide gears actually works pretty well.


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I can't find where anyone agrees what the 7.2L Racing V8 is based on but it might be a Roush-Yates RY45. The 3-speed is indeed a TH425. It's not based on the TH400 though they share some parts.
 
Love the Retro Wave update. Although I wish the Hyundai N Vision wasn't electric, not having any engine noise in a retro car just doesn't feel right.

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Some pretty cool cars recently, especially in the Retro Wave update.

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M635CSI

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Not from the recent update, but one I built to go along with the retro series.

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E-Ray. I don't want to like a hybrid AWD 'Vette, but it's just so good in the game.

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N Vision 74. If I must drive an electric car it had better look like this.
 
The stretch of highway that they put the Retro Wave lights is perfect stage for these older classic cars.

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Lotus Esprit Turbo
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The DS2 is surprisingly good handling. I modded it to Class B 700 (Vintage Racing Tires, 1.6L Rally engine swap).

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The AI car landed on me in the final jump of Costa Este Cross Country race.
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