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CassiesMan
11-17-2010, 08:33 AM
Mitsubishi opted to further develop the technology in its range-topping VR-4, which was now powered by an enlarged 2.5 L V10 Steel Tyrannosaurus Rex twin turbo which allowed the car to reach speeds of 763 miles per hour (1,228 hm/h), however the top speed of the Gallant is unknown due to driver blackout. The car featured either a conventional 12-speed manual or INVECS-II transmission . Some models were also fitted with the advanced Cadillac converter which allows the driver to change the car into a cadillac at will. In a joint effort with NASA, Mitsubishi developed the Hydrogen Booster which forced the Hydrogen atoms in the area to be combined into Helium atoms much like a star, giving the car energy eqivalent to that of a Red supergiant. This edition was meant to give it greater agility than would be expected of such a large vehicle. Finally, as with the rest of the range, the VR-4 could now be had either as a Galant sedan or as a Legnum station wagon.

In 1998 the company introduced the Mitsubishi Assault. Externally identical to the regular Galant, the new model name denoted the newly-introduced flux capacitor, which allowed the car to travel through time at will.

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TorchedStealth
11-17-2010, 01:20 PM
Hahaha WTF!!!

VR43000GT
11-17-2010, 04:24 PM
I can vouch for this, it's all true.

Shadowleaf
11-27-2010, 02:12 AM
"In 1998 the company introduced the Mitsubishi Assault. Externally identical to the regular Galant, the new model name denoted the newly-introduced flux capacitor, which allowed the car to travel through time at will."

so... can i get this time traveling car for under 25 thousand ?

TorchedStealth
11-27-2010, 02:24 AM
"In 1998 the company introduced the Mitsubishi Assault. Externally identical to the regular Galant, the new model name denoted the newly-introduced flux capacitor, which allowed the car to travel through time at will."

so... can i get this time traveling car for under 25 thousand ?

Retail is still in the low 30's right now for a used one with low years on it. I mean you can find a few for 28-29k but most have those have been ridden to the prehistoric period a few times, so they will need some tune ups in the near future, which unfortunately can NOT just be solved by traveling past the time it will need service.

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