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Kurogane Type95 ScoutCar

8,709 AntonWings  7 days ago

[About Kurogane Type95]


Wikipedia
The Kurogane Type 95 is a small passenger car operated by the Japanese Army. It was developed by Japan Internal Combustion Engine Co. The Kurogane Type 95 is said to be the first mass-produced four-wheel drive vehicle in Japan. Its common name was "Kurogane Yonki.
Compared to the U.S. Army's Jeep and the German Army's Cubelwagon, it carried less. However, its nimbleness made it highly capable of traveling on rough roads.
It was used as the main passenger car of the Japanese Army throughout the Sino-Japanese War and World War II, and was used for reconnaissance and personnel transport.

[About the work]
This post is the first car I ever built.
Originally, I started to make it as an ornament for taking a screenshot of Ki-100, but since the result was not bad, I posted it as a single work.

Strangely, it slides sideways when it stops. Maybe the suspension of the front wheels is made strangely. I am not familiar with it and could not solve it well. Please forgive me.
The machine gun pops and starts comically in AG7. It is like an extra element, so please turn a blind eye to the low realism. The machine gun is...well, yes, powerful. More than it looks.
I have not verified this because I do not have Simple Planes VR. Sorry.

[Controls]
AG2:Front Light
AG3:Left Door(Open/Close)
AG4:RightDoor(Open/Close)
AG5:Engine Hood(Open/Close)
AG6:Hood(Open/Close)
AG7:machine gun activation
AG8:Engine
Pitch:Gas pedal (forward/reverse)
Yaw:Steering wheel

[Screenshots]

Spotlights

General Characteristics

  • Successors 2 airplane(s) +35 bonus
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 5.2ft (1.6m)
  • Length 12.0ft (3.7m)
  • Height 6.8ft (2.1m)
  • Empty Weight 3,749lbs (1,700kg)
  • Loaded Weight 4,133lbs (1,875kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading N/A
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 2943

Parts

  • Number of Parts 397
  • Control Surfaces 0
  • Performance Cost 1,797
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    8,709 AntonWings

    @ChamDel78
    Thanks for making the new version. It's quite avant-garde :)

    +1 3 days ago
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    8,709 AntonWings

    @jamesPLANESii
    Thank you very much!
    I'm glad to hear you say that.

    3 days ago
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    6,834 ChamDel78

    @AntonWings, I am making a new variation of it. It is a SP taxi version of it. Hope you will like it

    3 days ago
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    This is a really cute cool car!

    3 days ago
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    8,709 AntonWings

    @ChamDel78
    Thank you!! :)

    3 days ago
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    6,834 ChamDel78

    @AntonWings I love it

    3 days ago
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    8,709 AntonWings

    @ChamDel78
    Yes, it is.

    4 days ago
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    6,834 ChamDel78

    Is this 4x4?

    4 days ago
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    8,709 AntonWings

    @OTOjustGoose
    Thank you so much!

    +1 4 days ago
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    15.5k OTOjustGoose

    This is really, really awesome

    4 days ago
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    8,709 AntonWings

    @HR
    Thank you! I'm glad you like it.
    Modern cars are cool, but I think old cars have beautiful curves :)

    +1 5 days ago
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    15.7k HR

    Looks good work!
    I also like the unique and distinctive vehicles of the dawn of time (^-^)

    5 days ago
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    8,709 AntonWings

    @AnHNWhiteCornet
    Thanks for the comment!
    The suspension was built for looks, but the function is not so good. The tires are a little skewed under load...needs improvement.

    6 days ago
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    Very nice, very detailed
    I like the suspension and the hood details

    6 days ago
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    8,709 AntonWings

    @asteroidbook345
    Oh my, you're Japanese-American? I'm glad you have close roots :)

    +2 6 days ago
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    8,709 AntonWings

    @ANIMESHNIKONE
    @ThePIanePerson
    Thank you very much! :)

    6 days ago
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    Nice- it is not often you see vehicles this small with such detail.

    +2 6 days ago
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    @AntonWings I’m Japanese-American and yeah I get the urge

    +3 6 days ago
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    Good job

    6 days ago
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    @asteroidbook345
    Indeed.
    Even I, a Japanese, think so.

    +1 6 days ago
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    The Japanese really liked naming everything “type —“ didn’t they

    +3 6 days ago
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    s m o l car

    +1 7 days ago