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Peugeot 104 ZS2

Need For Speed Hot Pursuit

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Need For Speed Hot Pursuit
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Peugeot
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This is a Peugeot 104 ZS2, the top-of-the-range version of the agile and snappy city car produced by Lion's house in 1979 in only 800 copies, now available for Need for Speed III. This model is not mine, since it is a conversion from Need for Speed IV: High Stakes of the same car created by mk2, so I give credits to him. This car has realistic performance, steering and rolling, is available to AI opponents drivers in the class C and in all supported languages, it is slightly aesthetically tuned. To install it put "p104" folder that you find in the downloaded Zip file into "C:/Program Files/Electronic Arts/Nfs3/Nfs3/Gamedata/Carmodel". A slide is also available named "06_00.qfs", that will appear on the screen before every race, to insert in the path "C:/Program Files/Electronic Arts/Nfs3/Nfs3/Fedata/Art/Slides". You are free to convert this car to another Need for Speed version or to another game but please give credits to mk2 and Opus IV.
Visit my Youtube channel "Opus IV Gamer" (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoIje9MbCb2TOtrMmGttYNg) to see a lot of videos that I made on Need for Speed III Hot Pursuit and don't forget to subscribe to it for new coming videos. Here a video taken from my YouTube channel of a tournament competition made with this car.

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Peugeot_104_ZS2.zip
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