The last car to be built by the now-merged-with-Slicer Brucker Corporation, the Crusader was a compact executive car built from 1990 to 1998 in Germany and Sweden. After an eight-year production run which yielded nearly 10,000 units, the run ended with a (loud) bang in the form of the Crusader S, which slotted in a stonking 3.4 litre V8 as well as adding fake side air vents, a spoiler whose wingtips were colour-coded with the car, improved suspension, a fat exhaust and a racing interior. Only 500 of these were produced, and all of them were sold out from pre-orders. Credit to Paul B for the template.
Oh and Trimble, WHY, OH WHY did you have to mess with something that wasn't broken in the first place? Ratings and comments were our only way to communicate on the site, and they were a good way at that. Anyway, for now, just use my Google+ profile or my e-mail, email@example.com to comment on my models. Hopefully this undercooked, shat-out-of-a-dead-horse abomination of a site will be fixed soon. If not, well I will have no choice but to turn to alternative sites.
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