- Download count 261
- Unique foldername silva
- Skin for
- Based on DreamKaster’s Wacky R/Cs
- Release date 2022-04-16
- Version from 2022-04-16
- Version official
- RVW-ID 32658
- Category Amateur Car
- Unconventional car?
- Construction Original
- Engine Electric
- Transmission FWD
- Top speed 34 mph
- Total weight 1.3 kg
- Acceleration m/s²
- Construction Select an Option
- Track difficulty
- Track length m
- Reverse version available?
- Time trial times available?
- Practice mode star available?
For this car i had used some inspiration of the vintage silver arrows from the 30s. I think the reference to Col Moss is clear to see.
The front-wheel drive gives a topspeed of 54 kmh/34mph. So its a car for the amateur class.
3 comments on “Silvarooky”
Thanks a lot. :)
Yes, there was a time where nothing happens with the car for a long wile, but finally i did it and i’m glad about it.
YOOOOOOOOO DIS IZ ULTIM8 POGGERS, KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!!!
LOOKS AWESOME AS ALWAYS! GLAD TO KNOW THIS CAR CAN SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY!
Finally, onto the Silvarooky and the name is actually well planned – with the mix of Silver Arrow, fro the usual 30’s open racers by Mercedes-Benz, and Rooky implied it’s not a fan one and somewhat made slower for those learning with those. Overall, you get a vintage racer, disguised as a /C car, which is genius. Onto details:
It is definitely inspired on Col. Moss, anotehr car that is on the same period as far looks good, very vibtage looking, and the motor of it used in front, reminds me of the actual grille in those, as well, obviously, the actual engine which is a very good details, as well the very vintage looking racing rims. I dig it, absolute aces. Now as far parameter goes, it’s FWD, so it’s gotta be easy to drive, right? Not quite exactly. It is stable, it ahs that going for it, and with battery, it is an absolute weapon. But off-road, this thing is unpredictable and when making turns, you might spin out out of control and hit the wall. But that’s the quirk of this car, that mimic those dangerous 30’s race cars.
In tracks that use dirt, grass, snow or ice, if you are making a normal turn but one time you see the car slide out of control, you can actually recover from it and in a way, master this and it becomes an advantage. Plus turning while letting go of the car can eb both good and bad, as you will easily spin out, but it can be necessary for some very tight turns. Use it well at any given moment, and it can be a dependable car in Amateur races. All in all, one of my favorite, fun yet challenging cars to play with. Nicely done, RV_Pure.