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1968 Mustang "Bullitt" (NOT FIXED)

10.3k Winstonlharambe  5 months ago

PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE FIXED VERSION HERE:
https://www.simpleplanes.com/a/jjeSH4/FInal-Edition-Ford-Mustang-Bullitt-FIXED


ADVISE NOT TO DOWNLOAD THIS VERSION

SIMPLIFIED!
MOBILE FRIENDLY VERSION!!!
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Special Thanks to @CraftyCrafter27 for his/her unfinished Bullitt project that inspired this rebuild. be sure to check that out.

—Winston
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For Best Driving Experience:
TURN EVERYTHING ON HIGH (I meant the game)
Use tarmac if possible (this thing is terrible off road just like the real one)
KEYBOARDS NOT RECOMMENDED
FOR BEST RESULTS USE JOYSTICK OR GYRO CONTROLS
Reduce throttle to 50% after reaching 30mph

Controls:
(STANDARD GROUND VEHICLE CONTROLS)
THROTTLE—[Pedal]
ROLL—[To Turn Right/Left]
AG1—Super Efficient Braking [when brake is applied]
AG2—Reverse Gear & Rear Lights
AG8—Forward Gear & Headlights
PITCH—[Jerk Suspension Forwards/Backwards]

Start Procedure:
1. Turn on AG8
2. Apply Throttle

Reverse Procedure:
1. Turn off Landing Gear
2. Turn off AG8
3. Turn on AG2
4. Apply Throttle
5. Wait

Got Stuck? Go to WARNINGS section below.
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First I’m not a real Mustang fan but a McQueen fan. I LOVE Lancias and early Lamborghinis. Still, seeing no complete Mustang Bullitt ever being built on SP I’m a bit sad.
So I Borrowed my Grandfather’s K-Code Mustang and used it for reference. It’s a year 1965 289 High Performance model with a 4 speed transmission. Drove around under supervision. Here’s my impression: it body-rolled like crazy, oversteered and the gear box was slow and depressing. Tried to imitate its characteristic on my rebuild. I know I should have watched Jay Leno’s Garage episode featuring the real film Bullitt but whatever, this is my take on the legendary Mustang.

ONE DAY…ONE DAY, A SAN-FRANCISCO MAP (might be over 800mb) MOD WILL BE MADE. AND I’LL RACE THIS AGAINST A DODGE CHALLENGER WITHOUT EVER BREAKING MY COMPUTER
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SPENT 2 DAYS BUILDING TO SPEC
SPENT 2 DAYS MAKING THIS CAR REALISTIC (included 1 day of hanging out w/ gramp)
SPENT 5 HOURS TESTING ON my iPad & Phone
SO THIS CAR IS AS CLOSE AS IT GETS TO THE REAL DEAL (sacrificing interior details of course)
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Warning:
DO NOT NOT FLOOR PEDAL (LIKE YOU WOULD IN YOUR OWN CAR)
DO NOT FLOOR IT IF STUCK ON CURB, TURN STEERING WHEEL 30 DEGREES, THROTTLE TO 20% AND WIGGLE LIKE A REAL ONE.
DO NOT ACTIVATE AG 3, 4, 5, 6 OR 7 (You can try 7 at your own risk)
DO NOT ACTIVATE AG 2 (REVERSE) TOGETHER WITH AG 8(FOWARD), YOU WILL DESTROY THE TRANSMISSION LIKE A REAL ONE.
DO NOT ATTEMPT STEEP UPHILLS OFF-ROAD.
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Original Car Info:
Model: 1968 FORD MUSTANG GT FASTBACK
Variant: Bullitt ‘559
Engine: Stock 390 cubic inch V8
322 Horsepower (I don’t care), 427 lbs.ft Torque (This I care)
Transmission: Crew-Mod 4 Speed Manual

Film Vehicle Serial Number 8R02S125559
8          Build year 1968
R         Built at San Jose, California plant
02        Mustang 2-Door Fastback
125559      Serial number (B) of this car scheduled at the San Diego plant
63B     Mustang décor 2-Door Fastback
R         Highland Green paint color (Ford #3067-A)
6A       Black vinyl luxury bucket seats
09A     Scheduled for build January 9, 1968
71        Los Angeles District General Sales Office
5          3.00 conventional rear axle
5          Four-speed manual transmission
Original Equipment Features: extra cooling package, GT equipment group, optional axel ratio, wide oval white sidewall nylon tires, power disc brakes, AM radio, interior décor group, deluxe seat belts, remote control left hand mirror and heavy-duty battery.
The actual build date was January 8, 1968.  It was sold on March 11, 1968.
the above information courtesy of Ford Motor Company and Kevin Marti, Marti Auto Works
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Second Rebuild by Winston L.
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General Characteristics

  • Created On Mac
  • Wingspan 7.3ft (2.2m)
  • Length 17.2ft (5.2m)
  • Height 5.2ft (1.6m)
  • Empty Weight 8,876lbs (4,026kg)
  • Loaded Weight 8,970lbs (4,068kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading -439,839.3lbs/ft2 (-2,147,483.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 4153

Parts

  • Number of Parts 509
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    61.5k Kerbango

    I had a 67 Fastback convertible. At one time. Won it in a radio contest. Got to drive it for a summer and then had to sell it to pay the taxes on it. Oh well. It was Impractical at the time.

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    SOME OF YALL COMPLAINED ON MY OTHER POST. A FIXED VERSION IS ON ITS WAY.

    5 months ago
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    26.2k CRJ900Pilot

    Cool! Idk how I missed it

    +1 5 months ago
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    i love the billit, congrats

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    Thank you @CjrLdy ! u the OG

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    32.8k CjrLdy

    woooooooooow,it is very nice !awesome! full detail,the handling of the car is so smoothly that I don't want to play other crafts!

    +2 5 months ago
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    Thanks just another dedicated Steve McQueen fan here @CraftyCrafter27

    5 months ago
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    Omg thank you winstonHarambe, I tried and failed a lot on body work and just couldn’t do it on my phone. Great job!

    +1 5 months ago
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    I am really impressed. You're quite talented.

    +1 5 months ago
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    Won’t forget to tag u guys @Randomusername @CjrLdy

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    5,793 OC3LOT1142

    How did you make this? It looks soooo good!

    +2 5 months ago