Dodge Challenger R/T Hemi '70

Here is the Dodge Challenger R/T Hemi '70, a detailed and well made car that will replace either the Sabre or any car of your choice within...

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Here is the Dodge Challenger R/T Hemi '70, a detailed and well made car that will replace either the Sabre or any car of your choice within GTA San Andreas. This car was created by Icekid, Venom, icekid1984, NRG, Pumbars and Ascendence. Please note that it is highly recommended that you back up any files just in case you either do not like this modification or it messes up your computer.

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·//• Dodge Challenger R/T Hemi '70 •//·
     Converted to SA by Ascendence


This car was converted for Vice City, for the website http://spc.gta.com.ua/ by Pumbars.
The original model was created for NFS4 by Icekid & Venom, and later converted to GTA by NRG.


·//• ATTENTION!
Please gain the permissions of the original authors, if you wish to alter this vehicle in any way.
Icekid & Venom [ undrabrown@hotmail.com & icekid1984@yahoo.com ] Original NFS4
NRG & Pumbars [ nrg@ykt.ru & pumbars@list.ru ] Converted to GTA
Ascendence [ serenehero@aol.com ] Converted and upgraded to San Andreas


·//• Notes
This model has been altered slightly to fit within the heirarchy structure of San Andreas, and
to work fully with the game's features. It has damage models still from the original, and is carcols
compatible. It can be modded at Transfenders to gain spoilers, side skirts, oval and square hood
vents, roof scoop, hood scoop, and three choices of nitros. It took a lot of work to get it to
work in Transfenders, as well as converting it into San Andreas. I take no credit for the original
model, or it's original textures. But I do take credit for painstakingly converting it into San
Andreas, and painstakingly modifying it to be Transfenders friendly. The wheels are perfectly sized,
and are NOT the original wheels from the model. These wheels were found on a free modelling site
and replace the originals. With that said, let's continue to the installation.

Also, a BIG thanks needs to go out to JGEM for testing, inspiration, ideas, and friendship.
And GreenGiant for helping me figure out the wheel problem, you're an awesome modeler man.

·//• Installation

To install the model and texture file, you can use either GGMM (Gta Garage Mod Manager) which is pretty
self explanatory, or you can do it the manual way using IMG Tool which will be outlined below.

Open up gta3.img in your Game Directory\Models\ directory.
Find and delete Sabre.dff and Sabre.txd.
Add my files Sabre.dff and Sabre.txd included in this .rar file.
Rebuild your gta3.img file.

Next, open vehicles.ide located in Game Directory\Data\
Find the line for the Sabre at index 475 and replace it with the following line, and save:

475, 	sabre, 		sabre, 		car, 		SABRE,	 	SABRE, 		null,	normal,		10, 	0,	2ff0,		-1, 0.78, 0.78,		0

Next, open handling.cfg located in Game Directory\Data\
Find the line for SABRE and replace it with the following line, and save:

SABRE 1700 4000 2 0 0.1 0 70 0.7 0.8 0.53 4 160 24 10 R P 8 0.52 0 35 1.3 0.08 5 0.3 -0.2 0.5 0.25 0.25 0.52 19000 0 10000006 1 1 0

Next, open carcols.dat located in Game Directory\Data\
Find the line for the sabre and replace it with the following line, and save:

sabre, 53,32, 15,32, 45,32, 34,30, 65,32, 14,32, 12,32, 43,32, 53,53, 32,32, 15,15, 45,45, 34,34, 65,65, 14,14, 12,12, 43,43

Finally, open carmods.dat located in Game Directory\Data\
Find the line for the sabre and replace it with the following line, and save:

sabre, nto_b_l, nto_b_s, nto_b_tw, spl_b_bar_l, spl_b_bbr_l, spl_a_s_b, spl_c_s_b, spl_a_l_b, spl_c_l_b, spl_a_j_b, spl_c_j_b, rf_b_sc_r, wg_l_b_ssk, bntl_b_ov, bntl_b_sq

Now you can load up GTA: San Andreas, and drive your new '70 Dodge Challenger. Enjoy!

·//• Last Notes
In case of any trouble, please don't hesitate to contact me at serenehero@aol.com and I will try to help you
to the best of my ability. 

Enjoy this car, and if you'd like to alter it in any way, have at it. I would suggest you get permission from
the original authors, and not the converters of the car, because they're the ones who rightfully has ownership.
And if you don't get permission, you'll have a lot of people jump you on the community forums like rabid little
hyenas. No seriously, you will.. ;]

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