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diablo pimped
395.00 kB | By Anonymous
01/26/2007
Cars
5 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2184

Pimped Diablo Beta 3. Now has Countach wheels and better turning and braking. The Pimped Diablo has a sixth gear, goes crazy fast backwards, is much faster than the stock Diablo, has much fatter rear tires, and an engine grade like the DeLorean's but much smaller, actually mocking the successor to the Diablo, the Murcielago.

dp-911 Pack II.redplug
4.50 MB | By Anonymous
01/06/2008
Cars
10 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2336

Porsche 911 Pack II: Porsche 911 3.0 SC, 911 3.2 Clubsport, 911 RUF CTR The 3.0 SC is the mid-life 911, with a notchy shifter, a 204 hp engine that was powerful in its day, and a relatively supple suspension. It is easy enough to handle for those who know what they're doing. This example has no spoiler included to ruin its sculpted lines. It is fitted with modest performance tires, and is a bone-stock factory car. It will normally compete with sporting road cars young and old such as the Audi TT, Mustang, Mini and 2002. The 3.2 Clubsport is a 3.2 Carrera stripped to its bare essentials, and delivered almost exclusively in the included colour. Most were fitted with the whale tail. The engine was reworked for higher revving, and although the official specs are the same as the normal Carrera, anecdotal evidence suggests a slightly higher output. It also had better suspension components. This release tries to emulate the real car in every way possible, with educated guesses at some specs. The RUF CTR (aka Yellowbird) is a twin turbo tuner car famous for reaching up to 213 mph. Fear it.

FerrariTestarossa
2.40 MB | By Anonymous
10/16/2006
Cars
92 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
7657

'91 Ferrari Testarossa v1.0 by David Drew. To install this plugin, download it, decompress it, then quit Redline, copy the "'91 Ferrari Testarossa.redplug" file into the "Plug-Ins" folder in your Redline folder, and relaunch Redline.

Ford Focus WRC.redplug
3.40 MB | By Anonymous
05/10/2008
Cars
10 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2375

The Ford Focus RS WRC. If you are a rally fan you may like this plug. This model was introduced in 2006 and has since won Ford two FIA rally manufacturer's titles in a row, and appears to be on its way to a third. This plug includes the BP Ford/Abu Dhabi paintjob seen in the current championship.

Formula 1
4.20 MB | By Anonymous
10/02/2006
Cars
72 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
5163

Formula 1 racer v1.2 by David Drew. This car is designed for racing on asphalt based tracks that are mostly flat, such as the Short Circuit and High Speed Loop tracks.  Racing on other tracks may result in undesired performance. To install this plugin, download it, decompress it, then quit Redline, copy the "Formula 1.redplug" file into the "Plug-Ins" folder in your Redline folder, and relaunch Redline.

Freak Cars.redplug
7.80 MB | By Anonymous
12/20/2006
Cars
23 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
3885

This plug replaces "Bat Mobile.redplug.zip" Freak cars, the really freaky ones! This plug gives you 4 unique and freaky cars. First up to bat is an old classic, the re-mastered Batmobile. It has 4 unique skins representing 4 types of bats in real life. Next is the TARDIS, a throwback from Dr. Who, the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimensions in Space) Transported Dr. Who and crew through time, and now you can follow them! Begins time travel at about 20mph., best sed in arcade and sim, or as a horde of 11 AI's! Not to be underestimated is the Yellow Submarine, It can travel through all of redlines levels as if they were made of water! And lastly the UFO, it's blinding "Abduction Ray" is garaunteed to ruin some poor farmers day (or whoever happens to be under you)

gcw-ar8c35-v1.0
4.40 MB | By Anonymous
02/19/2007
Cars
8 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2386

An interpretation of a 1935 Alfa Romeo Tipo C as driven by Tazio Nuvolari in Grands Prix of 1935 and 1936. This Grand Prix racer has a 4 litre, 8 cylinder inline, engine with two roots superchargers generating an astonishing 330 bhp capable of driving this lightweight streamlined chassis all the way up to 175 mph.

gcw-cooper-v1.3
2.40 MB | By Anonymous
02/19/2007
Cars
17 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2858

An interpretation of a 1960 Cooper Climax T53 Formula One car. The Cooper Climax, while not being the first rear-engined F1 car, marked the end of the line for forward-engined F1 cars. Designed by jack Brabham and powered by a 240HP Cooper Climax engine originally designed for a fire-pump, this funny little car powered to a number of Grand Prix victories in 1960. Now with properly sized wheels, new colours and a brake light.

gcw-f156-v1.0
1.70 MB | By Anonymous
03/26/2007
Cars
6 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2177

This is the car that Phil Hill and Wolfgang 'Taffy' von Trips drove in the 1961 Formula One championship. Phil Hill went on to win the championship but sadly Von Trips and fourteen spectators were killed when his car left the track at Monza during the Italian Grand Prix. I based this model on photos and models of the car, particularly the features of the car during Phil Hill's record-breaking under nine minute run at the Nurburgring Nordschleife. The model is quite detailed, with 9776 triangles in total including the wheels and driver.

gcw-mini-cooper-v1.0
3.30 MB | By Anonymous
03/07/2007
Cars
8 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2429

An interpretation of a 1964 Mk 1 Morris Mini Cooper 1275 Special. This car comes in two flavours, the original customer car, with skinny tyres and five paint jobs, and the racing version which has been stripped of some weight, fitted with a roll-cage and racing headlights as well as wider, stickier tyres which require plastic add-ons to the wheel arches. The racing version comes in the classic Italian Job colours, plus black, and a Mary Quant special.

gcw-mog3w.v1.10
3.00 MB | By Anonymous
11/04/2006
Cars
5 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2319

An interpretation of a 1933 Morgan three wheeler Aero Super Sports with a J.A.P. JTOR 996cc V-Twin racing engine. v1.10: Now has the proper v-twin engine sound, a much revised model with proper shadowing, more skins, revised handling, drastically altered brakes and the proper name. You're well advised to use the front hand-brakes entering a sharp deceleration rather than the rear wheel brakes as they provide a much more stable braking effect.

gcw-radical-sr4-v1.2
1.10 MB | By Anonymous
02/13/2007
Cars
8 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2727

The Radical SR4. A two-seater racing car born out the combination of a light frame and bespoke suspension with a powerful motorcycle engine and chain drive. This SR4 features the 1300cc Suzuki engine and street-legal package.

gcw-smart-v1.2
7.40 MB | By Anonymous
02/14/2007
Cars
6 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
2529

The Smart Roadster Brabus and Smart Roadster Coupé Brabus V6 special. The Smart Roadster is the rag-top sports version of the original Smart car from Daimler-Chrysler. The Brabus Roadster has a three-cylinder 698cc 101bhp turbocharged engine, the V6 has two of these amazing engines joined together in a configuration described as a 1396cc, bi-turbo engine giving it nearly 70bhp more at the cost of the already limited luggage space.

GR2BMW2002 tii.redplug
2.30 MB | By Anonymous
11/06/2008
Cars
9 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
1690

Groupe II BMW 2002 tii par Mirage Infos: http://homepage.mac.com/frank_de_jong/Pages/1974%20Cars.html

GT90.redplug
757.00 kB | By Anonymous
03/30/2007
Cars
18 votes. Add yours:
DLs:
3280

1995 Ford GT90 Concept Drivetrain RWD Mid Engine Power 720hp @ 6600, 660 ft-lbs @ 4750 Six Speed Gearbox From GT90 Wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_GT90 The Ford GT90 was a concept car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company. It was unveiled in January 1995, at the Detroit Auto Show as "the world's mightiest supercar". Claimed performance included a top speed close to 250 mph (402 km/h) from a 720 hp (537 kW) quad-turbocharged V12 engine, the exhaust of which was claimed to be hot enough to damage the body panels, requiring ceramic tiles similar to those on the space shuttle to prevent this. The mid-engined car was a spiritual successor to the Ford GT40, taking from it some styling cues, such as doors that cut into the roofline, but little else. All angles and glass, the Ford GT90 was the first Ford to display the company's "New Edge" design philosophy. The GT90 was built around a honeycomb-section aluminum monocoque and its body panels were moulded from carbon fiber. The GT90 was built by a small team in just over six months and, as a result, borrowed many components from another high profile stablemate—the Jaguar XJ220. The all-round double wishbone suspension and the five-speed manual gearbox came from the Jaguar, while the engine was from another member of the Ford family. The GT90's 48-valve V12 was a six-litre engine which, if Ford had ever produced it in volume, might have produced up to 720 hp (537 kW), thanks to four Garrett Systems T2 turbochargers. The engine was based on the Ford Modular engine. Two V8 engines each had portions removed, and the cut down engines were welded together. In total, this yielded a 90-degree V-12, with 90.2 mm bore and 77.3 mm stroke. After being sold, an LS1 was placed in the vehicle. Then Ford CEO Jacques Nasser was very proud of the car, and kept a model of it on his desk. Special thanks to the DC Cars team Thanks to DannyL for his help in testing and debugging and for creating the custom wheels used. The model was created and mapped by Tyranitar. Additional thanks goes to General Antilles and the members of the Redline Ambrosia forums who's harsh criticisms that really helped make this car great. This is one wicked fast ride, so have fun.

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