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Post by TheMayor44 on Wed Oct 31, 2012 10:25 am

This is to document all the cars I've come up with with my fictional marque Tuttle. The goal is to have a template for just about every mod (better watch out Woodard!)

So, without further ado, the earliest incarnation: The 1969 Tuttle Tarheel.

Mk. I


Mk. II


Mk. II Grand National Car


A simple edit of the non-canon Chevelle, the grill will get a slight alteration at some point in the future. But right now it's just the original, and it fits.

1974-76 Tarheel:



The 1979 Tuttle Tarheel:




1980 Tuttle Tarheel:



AWR #28 Driven by Forrest Langford (I did not paint this scheme, that would be Havl from NationStates)


1984 Tuttle Tarheel:



1984 Tuttle Monaco:




Mid 80s Gold Crown car in Road Course Trim:

(rFactor, but whatever)


1991 Tuttle Monaco:




90's Tarheel:



1991 Tuttle Tarheel in TMMC trim:



Throwback Headlights:



Late 90s/Earl to Mid 2000s Monaco:



RROL Ride:


Non Canon NSSCRA Whittoria Engineering:


2000's Monaco in GT racing trim:



Download link for all these templates:
mediafire.com ?dd0oyilpsno655x


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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by Milan655 on Wed Oct 31, 2012 10:31 am

Those are some really nice templates, I especially like the '84 and '91 Monaco. Also, which mod on rFactor would the Gold Crown car be?
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by TheMayor44 on Wed Oct 31, 2012 11:44 am

Milan655 wrote:Those are some really nice templates, I especially like the '84 and '91 Monaco. Also, which mod on rFactor would the Gold Crown car be?

It's the Lotus from the F1 1985 mod, I played around with the engine settings in a separate file to give it more low end torque.
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by Vincent Giacalone on Wed Oct 31, 2012 12:54 pm

You really have the look of 80s-style schemes down. Nice work.
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by gwoodard41 on Wed Oct 31, 2012 5:25 pm

Very nice man... if TMPedia ever get's up and running again, you ought to make a manufacturer's page Smile

And I have nothing to fear, I don't take competing on who has the bigger stockpile very seriously. I just try to make good looking cars.

And yes, rFactor has been Lycoiaized, thanks to Mr. Mech Razz.

Interesting on how the grill mesh is on the 80's variants of the Tarheel though.
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by TheMayor44 on Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:35 am

gwoodard41 wrote:Very nice man... if TMPedia ever get's up and running again, you ought to make a manufacturer's page Smile

And I have nothing to fear, I don't take competing on who has the bigger stockpile very seriously. I just try to make good looking cars.

And yes, rFactor has been Lycoiaized, thanks to Mr. Mech Razz.

Interesting on how the grill mesh is on the 80's variants of the Tarheel though.

I'll get around to making it eventually when TMPedia gets back up. And I gotcha, it's better to focus on making a good product rather than focusing on having a lot (although I like to think all these are fairly good, and your stuff is very good).

I'll post a link for template downloads pretty soon. When you say the grill mesh is interesting on the 80's Tarheels, what do you mean?
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by gwoodard41 on Fri Nov 02, 2012 6:10 pm

It looks realistic for grill mesh.
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by TheMayor44 on Fri Nov 02, 2012 6:12 pm

gwoodard41 wrote:It looks realistic for grill mesh.

Gotcha. Thanks!
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by Pyrozooka0 on Fri Nov 09, 2012 7:04 pm

I think the Tarheel retro headlights= potential Atomic Autosport TMMC ride

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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by ParaLanche on Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:52 pm

Tuttle remind me of a turtle, and the recent cars look like turtles. LOL
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by gwoodard41 on Sat Nov 10, 2012 5:36 am

ParaLanche wrote:Tuttle remind me of a turtle, and the recent cars look like turtles. LOL

I had that joke already formed a while ago. The cars don't look like turtles though.
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by TheMayor44 on Mon Aug 12, 2013 3:36 pm

Added the Mid-70's Tarheel and a GT class Monaco.
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by LadyKathy on Tue Aug 27, 2013 7:06 am

what mod is the mid 70's tarheel for?

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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by TheMayor44 on Tue Aug 27, 2013 9:42 am

The same as the one on the Chevelle mesh, the GN69st mod from DMR
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Re: Tuttle Motor Company

Post by LadyKathy on Tue Aug 27, 2013 11:00 am

and i'm guessing both of those are incompatible with the GN70v2? or is the 69 tuttle compatible?

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Post by TheMayor44 on Tue Aug 27, 2013 11:35 am

That's correct. The GN70v2 mod uses different templates than v3.

I don't think there's a difference between the short track and super speedway meshes for the ford and Chevy with v3, don't quote me on it though.
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