|Glenster's GTA IV Starter Package|
|Added:||22nd Nov 2014||Downloads:||4,997|
|Last Update:||5th Dec 2014||Last Downloaded:||04:26 on 18th Nov 2019|
"Glenster's GTA IV Starter Package"
"Control Center" by Alper Saracoglu
"1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hardtop [Final]" by Vlad_
also Turn 10 FM4 and Kamaz43118
Thanks again to Alper Saracoglu for permission to distribute his Administra-
tive Consoles and Control Centers.
Help request: I don't know anyone who speaks Russian so haven't been able to contact Turn 10 FM4, Vlad_, and Kamaz43118 for permission to distribute their "1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hardtop [Final]." If anyone could contact them for me please ask them if I could have their permission to distribute it.
Further confusing things it seems to be a straight adaptation for "IV" from
the 2011 game "Driver: San Francisco." I've further modified it (I gave it a
handling line to make it a better getaway vehicle, gave it the original '57
Chevy Bel Air colors inside and out, gave it the original cloud pattern car seat
inserts, etc.) and hope anyone who worked on it previously sees I've given
proper credit and handled it respectfully.
I have a special fondness for the '57 Chevy Bel Air two door hardtop since it
was my Dad's car when I was little.
The save game was made while using patch 188.8.131.52 and the "Simple Trainer" by sjaak327. The "Simple Trainer" can be downloaded from the sites at the next links.
Save game file SGTA400:
QU3ED: I beat the high score
Since the '57 Chevy Bel Air mod I supplied is meant to replace the Voodoo I
parked a Voodoo at the Mohawk Ave., Hove Beach, Broker parking space. You can also spawn a Voodoo with the Simple Trainer.
Niko hasn't been wasted or busted.
I used the Simple Trainer to give Niko weapons 1, full Health and Armor,
$99,990, and used it to kill 200 Flying Rats, park a NOOSE Cruiser in the Mohawk Ave., Hove Beach, Broker parking space, and park a Maverick in the Joliet St., South Bohan parking space.
See zmoonchid's YouTube videos for what you can get done without mods or a trainer (although in some cases it means hazarding a high wanted rating) at the start of the game.
"Glenster's Drawer of GTA IV"