The Plymouth Road Runner/GTX from the Fast and Furious franchise, and a Lamborghini Aventador Coupe. Both of which had earned me well over $1,000,000.00 each! Virtual, that is.
I wish I could get paid to play this game for real, I’d never work another day in my life, with the exception of the things that really interest me. And after every million I blow, I bounce back easy!
Where did all that virtual money go, you ask? Upgrades. Paid for through the nose!
And here’s the Road Runner in action against one of the Top Tier Kings, Mr. Shax!
That joker gave me a fight. A real one!
Did anyone notice the custom license plate on the Plymouth? If not, here’s some samples before I made the final decision…
The last one was the final one. My mother once had a ’72 Satellite, and I’ve been in love with it ever since! Next thing I know I see the Road Runner on it.
Put one and one together, what do you get? This was my tribute to the last of Plymouth’s hot rods, though the memories live on. Especially through the F&F franchise.
And now, the Lambo. I will go in further detail later on about how I tweaked it to where I have it now. I will say that I immediately thought about its decades-old predecessor, the Countach. Which, in turn, made me think about the Lambo Twins. Case in point…
Check out the ‘Streaker in action! Would’ve been nice if I could place the Autobot Logo on the deck lid (which is in the front of the car), let alone an custom engine with the covering off! And as a personal tribute, I’ve added my own custom license plate as well! Check this out.
And as a bonus, his twin came later as a prize I’ve won from saving my crates and keys on CSR2. I’ll embellish on that later as well. And here’s Sideswipe!
Yep, the former Lambo and the Plymouth are my top two moneymakers in this game!