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Author: swmand4
Website: http://www.cheese-wheel.blogspot.com/
Works with: GTA San Andreas 
Release/Version: 1.0
Status: Complete
Started on: 06 Nov 2005
Last Updated: 06 Nov 2005
Views: 78715
Type: Conversion
Rating: 4.5 (4 votes)
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riderseye commented over 2 years ago:
Thank you.
lol232 commented over 3 years ago:
I wanna Diablo Stallion in blue flame version :p
center30 commented over 3 years ago:
i Miss This car i have GTA LCS ON MY PSP :)
xXZayzeXx commented over 4 years ago:
hey! is that car on game gta liberty city stories? :wtf: :wtf: :wtf:
DeathIsCertain commented over 6 years ago:
Amazing! Werent you the guy who converted the cartel cruiser also? good job im :inlove: this car.....:)
swmand4 commented over 8 years ago:
The original model is from GTAIII (created by Rockstar) and converted and heavily modified by me. Added a new vehicle engine (taken from the San Andreas Banshee). The wheels are taken and modified from the SA Solair. I mapped the head lights and tail lights so they light up at night and when braking, as well as added covers over them. The license plates were altered into SA random generated ones. I also did major texture rempping of the vehicle interior and parts of the exterior, and added a SA style steering wheel. There's even more than this, but it's a laundry list of unimportant things.

Known Bugs: When you turn the camera to a certain angle, the taillights turn off. I've noticed this on several other vehicles as well. There are a few textures that aren't optimal, but I'm the only one who'll notice. The reflections can be a bit jankey at times, but I don't know enough about them and the subtleties to fix the problems. The most noticeable error is on the windows - the reflections clearly show straight edges, not curved ones. If I knew how to fix this, I would.
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