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Name: Hitman Hart, Sting, Goldberg

Body:  hitman and sting were cheetahs, goldberg was futuristic suv

Chassis: None of them ran a CRD but (One of them didn't even run at all) but I don't think we'll ever be getting the hitman chassis so CRD it is I guess

Paint (images of color/graphics): 

Hitman

https://monstertruck.fandom.com/wiki/Hitman_Bret_Hart

Sting

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Goldberg

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Other details: I know Goldbergs probably being saved for the eventual Meents chassis but I just thought I'd put him in anyways 

 

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On 3/29/2021 at 6:30 PM, TallicaSlayer said:

not likely, since Goldberg and the modern Meents chassis have different cradle designs.

The Dev team did say they are going to do both at some point when we get the Willman chassis which is what tom runs. The Meent's chassis is based off the Willman design with some modifications so yeah we could potentially have it in game. Also the Dev's said that the 03 Hot wheels ran a Willman chassis as Neil Elliot and Rob Knell both drove it and both drivers used the same chassis for the truck. The 2012 one ran a PEI and likely won't happen until we get the PEI.  

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5 hours ago, The Game said:

The Dev team did say they are going to do both at some point when we get the Willman chassis which is what tom runs. The Meent's chassis is based off the Willman design with some modifications so yeah we could potentially have it in game. Also the Dev's said that the 03 Hot wheels ran a Willman chassis as Neil Elliot and Rob Knell both drove it and both drivers used the same chassis for the truck. The 2012 one ran a PEI and likely won't happen until we get the PEI.  

Hotwheels didn't compete in 03. Neil's Meents chassis ran as High Roller, Rob Knell ran it on Taurus 4 (both of which are unique chassis), and Hotwheels was put on a display PEI and traveled with the Monster Trucks: The Science Of Extreme Machines museum exhibit. I'm in the USHRA server with a BUNCH of old heads involved with the sport back then, I've done my research. and the Meents chassis built in 2000 (Goldberg 1 (driven by Steve Reynolds), Goldberg 2 (which Tom ran) and the Meents Wilman that was a clone of Sniper, were vastly different from the Modern Paxton chassis. The Paxtons, built after Tom got his new truck in 2011, have wider cradles and more reinforcement overall, plus a lower center of gravity. 

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