So... I finally got a used PS3 and a great deal on a new 40" flat-screen from a couple different motorcycle buddies who needed the money. I don't have a controller and the G25 doesn't have hat switches, so all the photos are from default camera points.
I miss my '94 M Edition track car.
My first high-end car. I thought I would go the full 70's route by choosing Gold Poly. Looks great, I think. All I've done is add the fully adjustable suspension and various tires. The suspension mod lets me set the camber and stiffness as I would on a real-life mid-engined car. Not a handful anymore. Better braking in curves, and comes out of a turn like a shot.
I bought this Megane to compete in the European hot hatch series, but didn't change into the car. Imagine my surprise when the 512BB was allowed to run. So I kept it and painted in a metallic yellow to match the R26 we have at work.
When I had some spare credits, I couldn't resist buying this Bus and slamming it. I'll make it fast(er) later.
Won a lot of races with this Challenger. Running about 580-ish horsepower, I think.
Won this Veyron, and this was the ho-hum color scheme:
At the same time, I hit 60 cars in my garage, so I won a Gold Chrome paint chip. Well, you know where this is going. When the car first rolled out of the "paint booth", I thought "What have I done?!?" But when I saw it on the track, it was brilliant.
Like a C-3PO gone all mental.
To me, it makes perfect sense. If you're going to have an outlandish car like a Veyron, why have it in a subdued color? So I went the "Saudi Prince" route and have a Veyron that stands out in a field of Veyrons. Literally.
Anyway, this is my current favorite. Between this and a stock Delta, I've been winning all of the first two series of rally challenges in the Special Stages section. This one is fully lightened, stiffened, and sounds downright nasty.
I've also hopped up my '74 Countach and painted it Jet Black. I'll have to post photos of it soon.
I had to look it up, as I did not know what the "Walter Wolf wing" was. In any case, you're right that the aftermarket wings look like aftermarket wings. Perhaps you should tell the Polyphony folks to sort it out for GT6...?