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Driver: Parallel Lines Nintendo Wii Cheats


Rating 2

Original car names

Almost all the vehicles in the game are based on actual cars. The following list shows cars in the game from both eras as well as the name of their real-life counterpart. Note: All the race cars in the game are altered versions of the standard models they are based on and thus might not have a real-life counterpart.

70's Era Commercial
Courier: UPS truck
Delivery Van: Ford Econoline 350
City Bus: International Blue Bird
Tow Truck: Ford F-350
Boldius: Peterbuilt Cab

70's Era 4-Door Sedan
Regina: Chevrolet Caprice Classic or 76' Oldmobile Delta 88 Royale
Pangea: Pontiac Bonneville Wagon
Chauffeur: Lincoln Continental Limousine
Zartex: Dodge 440 Police

70's Era Muscle
Cerrano: 1970 Ford Mustang GT500
Brooklyn: Ford Mustang GT350
Cerva: 76' Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Andec: Dodge Charger or 1967 Buick Skylark

70's Era Utility
Land Roamer: Ford Bronco
Boltus: Ford F150
Woody: 55' Ford 150

70's Era 2-Door
Rosalita: 74' Oldsmobile Delta 88
Fairwiew: Lincoln Towncar
Rhapsody: AMC Gremlin or Honda Civic Hatchback
Grand Valley: Chevy Bel Air

70's Era Sports
Melizzano: Lamborgini Muira
Bonsai: 70' Nissan Skyline
Raven: Lotus Esprit or Vector W12
San Marino: Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
Hot Rod: Ford Lowboy

2006 Era Commercial
Saxon: Frieghtliner C120
School Bus: International Bluebird
Refuse Truck: MACK truck
Negotiator: APC

2006 Era 4-Door Sedan
Torrex: Ford Crown Victoria
Colonna: Honda Accord
Prestige: Chrysler Sebring or Dodge Intrepid
Atlas: Chrysler 300C

2006 Era Motorcycle
Antilli VO3: Ducati Supersport 1000DS

2006 Era Utility
Olympic: Chevy Suburban
Montara: Cadillac Escalade
Indiana: Lexus RX300 or Volkswagen Touareg

2006 Era 2-Door Sedan
Krammer: Dodge Neon
Miyagi: Ford Focus

2006 Era Sports
Teramo: Dodge Viper GTS-R or TVR Tuscan Speed-6
BX-9: Aston Martin DB9 Coupe
MX 2000: Nissan RX-7
Zenda: Bugatti Veyron