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The '''Luton''' is a van/truck that was never released in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] but is featured on the Capital Autos website.<ref name="Capital Autos">[http://www.rockstargames.com/grandtheftauto3/flash/capitalAutos/ CapitalAutos]</ref> Its cargo box is very similar to that of the [[Mule]], but it resembles a European 1986-1994 Ford Transit rather than an American Ford E-Series (like the Mule). It can be assumed the Luton is a predecessor of the Mule, given both vehicles share this design trait.
 
The '''Luton''' is a van/truck that was never released in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] but is featured on the Capital Autos website.<ref name="Capital Autos">[http://www.rockstargames.com/grandtheftauto3/flash/capitalAutos/ CapitalAutos]</ref> Its cargo box is very similar to that of the [[Mule]], but it resembles a European 1986-1994 Ford Transit rather than an American Ford E-Series (like the Mule). It can be assumed the Luton is a predecessor of the Mule, given both vehicles share this design trait.
   
The name is presumably taken from "[[wp:luton body|luton]]", a European terminology for a [[wp:box truck|box truck]] with an overhanging peak, which the Luton and the Mule feature.
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The name is presumably taken from "[[wp:luton body|luton]]", a British terminology for a [[wp:box truck|box truck]] with an overhanging peak, which the Luton and the Mule feature.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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[[Category:Vehicles in GTA III]]
 
[[Category:Vehicles in GTA III]]
 
[[Category:Trucks]]
 
[[Category:Trucks]]

Revision as of 00:03, August 13, 2013

Luton-GTA3-front
A beta Luton intended for GTA III.
ThescarydudeAdded by Thescarydude

The Luton is a van/truck that was never released in Grand Theft Auto III but is featured on the Capital Autos website.[1] Its cargo box is very similar to that of the Mule, but it resembles a European 1986-1994 Ford Transit rather than an American Ford E-Series (like the Mule). It can be assumed the Luton is a predecessor of the Mule, given both vehicles share this design trait.

The name is presumably taken from "luton", a British terminology for a box truck with an overhanging peak, which the Luton and the Mule feature.

References

  1. CapitalAutos

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