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[ELS] Detective Ford Police Interceptor Sedan 1.0

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Since everyone loved my cvpi

Here is my minimal lighting fpis (ok may have a little extra in the front) but its not a Christmas tree

 

Demo

https://youtu.be/pJ6cVlaDqcE

 

2010 Ford Taurus SHO by Turn 10 Studios, modified into 2016 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor by OfficerUnderwood
Rear bumper, headlamps, & dash by be fast, modified by OfficerUnderwood & Carper
Front bumper by Ridgerunner, Grill by Vertex3D, modified by OfficerUnderwood
Chassis parts by Ubisoft, Reverse lights by OfficerUnderwood
Rims by BxBugs123, Centercap by Carper
Toughbook 19 with stand made & converted by Caleb3019, Textures By Caleb3019
Radio, coffee cup and walkie talkie by Rockstar Games
Slimlighter by barefoot
Console scratch made by SheriffVanDyck
Soundoff Signal N-Force Surface Mount LED Modeled by VooDoo, Textured by VooDoo. Textures by VooDoo. Converted to V by VooDoo



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CadmiumRed

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   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

Finally an unmarked car that isn't lit up like a fuckin' christmas tree!

 

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LtSnoDawg69

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Well i personally dont agree with what others are saying about the lighting systems, i think regardless it looks like an epic vehicle.

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NateDawg

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   1 of 4 members found this review helpful 1 / 4 members

It's a really nice model but it can definitely be better.

 

1) Move the light bar from under neath the license to the back window. 

2) Get rid of the white flashing light's in the light bar and just have them blue & red

3) Put light's on back door window's 

4) Have some grill light's.

I think if you made those improvement's / change's it would be a really nice model and everyone would wanna have this car in game. 

I give this a 3/5 

But you'll improve over time. Just some suggestions. 

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Mr.JonnhyCZG

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   0 of 1 member found this review helpful 0 / 1 member

Agree with others, nice work into it :teehee:

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Chappie

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   7 of 7 members found this review helpful 7 / 7 members

I don't think it's bad. You're improving and that's great. My honest opinion is 3.5/5. Voting 5 stars because of the absolute tards that voted poorly due to lighting that isn't their idea of perfect. Keep on trying new things and improving upon old. 

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OfficerBape

· Edited by OfficerBape

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   1 of 8 members found this review helpful 1 / 8 members

Yea I agree lights should be moved to grille and lights on both side of the side skirts also i suggest on the side of the liceanse plate aswell in the rear it would look very cool! and realistic overall nice job until you fix those things I'll give 3 stars  Heres what I highly suggest do it like the NYPD unmarked taurus

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=nypd+unmarked+ford+interceptor&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS755US755&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiTvbfb5bfXAhXIPCYKHcCIBwsQ_AUICigB&biw=1920&bih=974#imgrc=MHyQBpBoy7D6oM:

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SamualC0n

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   3 of 8 members found this review helpful 3 / 8 members

Overall nice model! Would suggest something more to the rear. The lights on the bottom of the front bumper are useless on a real emergency vehicle... They are way too low to be seen. I would suggest moving them into the grille area. It would make it 1000 times better and look more realistic. I would also add some side lighting as well.

Response from the author:

They are a different look.

This not a patrol vehicle but a special ops vehicle

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