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MADMAN_nfsSeptember 18, 2018
ZpectreDecember 02, 2015

Need for Speed High Stakes Downloads

911 (G) Speedster 3.2

911 (G) Speedster 3.2
Finally, the long awaited Speedster version of the '89 Porsche 911 is finished and may be presented to you! Like a Porsche advertisement said, the only way to improve a 911 is to leave away the upper half, which pretty much hits the pont here. Except for the small windshield and the characteristic fiberglass cover for the emegency convertible, nothing sepperates you from the sky. You want a maximum of fresh-air-feeling combined with far more than 200 kph? Well, here you have it!
The latest '89 Porsche 911 G-model version by us features:

- 6295 Polies
- 3D Engine
- 3D Wheels
- Almost ANY detail in 3D (Whipers, headlights, doorhandles,..)
- Highly detailed Dashview
- Very detailed textures
- 100 % accurate mesh
- Heavy damaged model with parts under the body etc.
- Showcase
- Animated driver
- Customizable license plate
- 10 factory colors
- ...

Converting, modifying and/or attaching to packages is NOT allowed without written permission, under no circumstances!

Wether you enjoy the fresh autumn air on Hometown or kick it on Raceway, fun is guaranteed!
Damage Yes Convertible Yes
Dashboard New Class A
Vidwall Yes Serial # 43
Windows Clear Licence Plate Customizable
Top Speed 163 mph
260 kmh
Polycount 6295
Driver Animated

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Visitor Comments

Rafel - 10 years ago
Featured car.
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XJ220 - 10 years ago
Agreed. This lame LAPD thing is getting on my nerves :D
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FerrariMan - 10 years ago
I second (third, actually) the featured car thing. NJ's LAPD CVPI was great, but it's been there for a while ;)

As always, you are an inspiration to all NFS4 authors. This is amazing work.
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Freak-DS - 10 years ago
Thanks you three :)

@ XJ220: I could not second or quadrate (lol) that, I think the LAPD CVPI had deserved that ;)
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Mike - 10 years ago
Looks like Remko beat me to it... it's now featured :p
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FerrariMan - 10 years ago
(a little off-topic): Is that a High Stakes version of Nürburgring?
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Freak-DS - 10 years ago
So to speak, yes. It's a Nürburgring styled version of Raceway 1.
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