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Volkswagen Combi (for Poser)
• Offered By: DigimationModelBank and JHoagland
• Downloadable File Size:
2.41 M (approx.)
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• Uploaded on: 1/28/08
• System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, Poser 4 and above
• File Format: Poser
This product contains: cr2, pp2, pz2, and/ or other Poser files.
• Texturing: Texture Maps
This product uses image maps for textures.
• Readme File: Click Here
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The Volkswagen Type 2 (aka Transporter) was the second automotive line introduced by German automaker Volkswagen. It was a van introduced in 1950, initially based on Volkswagen`s first model, the Type 1, also known as the "Beetle". The Type 2 is generally considered to be the forerunner of modern cargo and passenger vans. The Type 2 spawned a number of imitators both in the United States and Europe including the Ford Econoline, Dodge A100 and the Chevrolet Corvan, the last even adopting the Type 2`s rear-engine configuration. Updated versions of this line are still being actively produced in international markets, both as a passenger and cargo van and as a pickup truck.
During the hippie era in the United States, the Bus became a major counterculture symbol. There were several reasons: The van could carry a number of people plus camping gear and cooking supplies, extra clothing, do-it-yourself carpenter`s tools, etc. As a "statement", its boxy, utilitarian shape made the Type 2 everything the American cars of the day were not. Used models were incredibly cheap to buy — many were hand-painted (a predecessor of the modern-day art car). Some Bus enthusiasts (especially for antiwar activists) would replace the VW logo with a painted peace symbol up front. Since that time, however, the original 1950–1967 Type 2 (primarily the pre-1956 barn-doors) has become a highly sought after collector`s item.
In various countries the vehicle has different nicknames, Bulli in Germany, Pão-de-Forma (Breadloaf) in Portuguese, Kleinbus (mini-bus) in Finnland and various versions of hippie-mobile in the US, but the official name is Kombi (Kombinationskraftwagen, "combined-use vehicle") or Combi in English.
The vehicle is used as a taxi in Africa and South America, and as an ambulance in the Middle East, and has been used by the UN and various military forces as a cheap troop transport, and has also been adapted to company or school bus use, as well as finding favour as a transporter for elderly or disabled hospital patients.
.: Product Features :.
All four tires can rotate around.
Front tires are steerable.
Steering wheel is turnable and an ERC dial on the BODY affects both the front wheels and steering wheel.
Right and left front doors can open and close (with ERC dial on BODY).
-Handle doors can rotate.
Right side doors can open and close (with ERC dial on the BODY).
-Door handle can rotate.
Left windows can open and close.
Rear hatch can open and close (with ERC dial on the BODY).
-Rear hatch handle can rotate.
Textures/ MAT poses:
-Blue/ White (default)
-Completely remapped for use in Poser.
-Templates are included.
1) This model was not originally built with the Poser people`s dimensions in mind. You may to have adjust the scale of the car or your character or hide your character`s body parts in order for the scene to look correct.
2) It was also originally built for exterior shots. Although there is plenty of seating for people inside the vehicle, there are no dashboard-instruments nor an engine in the back.
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