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Cadillac Escalade

Need For Speed Hot Pursuit

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Game
Need For Speed Hot Pursuit
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Cars
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Cadillac
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Description

This is a the next in the series of my customised NFS:Underground 2 car conversions, the Cadillac Escalade.
The car comes complete with fully mapped textures direct from NFSU2, including accurately mapped vinyls from NFSU2.

Body parts used:
- Front Bumper - Wolfpack
- Rear Bumper - Xilon
- Sideskirts - Squire 9
- Hood - G-Force
- Headlights - Zoid
- Taillights - Stock
- Mirrors - Stock
- Exhaust - Rocket
- Rims - NFSU2 Detailed

No Roof Scoops, spoiler and a chop top add to the low, sleek look.
This combination of parts comes to 6468 polys.

I have also made some mesh modifications to various parts of the car, and they include a chop top, the G-Force bulge has been widened and heightened, dual Rocket exhausts, and larger diameter and width rims.
Textural modifications have been made to the taillights, giving them a black bezel, the headlight covers are now chrome, the grille is also now chrome, and the bars across each of the side grilles on the front bumper are chrome.

Vinyl used:
- Art Factory 5

This car has 7 different colours:
- Flame Red
- Storm Grey
- Sky Blue
- Arctic White
- Midnight Black
- Pimpin Purple
- Bling Silver

Top speed - 325 kmh or thereabouts.

Credits to EA for meshes/textures/vinyls.

Enjoy!

<––-MoronZilla––->

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1171585739-Escalade.zip
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