|Vehicle type||Civillian car|
|Body style||2-door coupe|
|Capacity||2 (driver and passenger)|
|Appearance(s)||Grand Theft Auto V|
The car features very strong design elements from the 1930s or 1940s. It is somewhat similar to the Thunder-Rodd in Liberty City Stories. The car is heavily dilapidated and resembles either an American car from the given era, or Soviet 1950s GAZ-69, ZIS-150 and ZIL-157 truck. Judging by the grill and the overall military-esque appearance suggests that it is likely a military surplus vehicle from the World War era, the absence of rear quarter-windows also suggests that it may be a single-cab truck. It could also be based on the Dodge Power Wagon from the late 50's.
Currently, there is no known information regarding the performance of the vehicle. From the appearance of the vehicle though, one could come to the conclusion that the performance of the vehicle is below average due to its heavily decrepit image.
- The car is possibly a Hustler, but more similar to a Thunder-Rodd from GTA LCS.
- This is the first beater car we see in GTA V, meaning there will be new beater cars as well as a possible return of the beaters from GTA IV.
- Although the car has very truck-like styling and off-road tires, it sits unusually low for a truck, though this could just be a case of the suspension wearing out and costing more to repair than the car is worth, a frequent problem in real-life beater cars.