How did you like your MCO?

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How did you like your MCO?

Post by OTTOBON » Sun Feb 20, 2005 11:59 pm

I liked my MCO before things got wacky, before test center, before Cobras, before all that, just simple, relitivly balanced, rediculously fun gameplay that you COULD take sereisly, i think the very end bieng the time when the T/A was teering up Goosepoint Muscle D, and the AAR Cuda was out for my tuning pleasure(which turned out to be more of a pain, but o well haha)

just wondering, i love RL imports(NOT rice burners) but the whole v8 powered supra and eclispse thing was just dirty

anyways when did you feel most at home?

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Post by Zardoz » Mon Feb 21, 2005 9:36 am

I'm with you on that one. Before the BS tires and 427 Ford Powered Mitsubishis.

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Post by Gene in VT » Mon Feb 21, 2005 9:47 am

I really like pre slicks. Though I had great times right til the end. Cobras were great fun against other Cobras.

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Hmm...

Post by Da_Rev » Mon Feb 21, 2005 1:21 pm

I liked it best from Test Center on. That was where I started meeting people and racing them online.

I never cared for the cobra, but I did enjoy the eclipse. That was one of the funnest cars in the game.

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Post by Apache » Mon Feb 21, 2005 2:29 pm

I finally got my mach 1 down to 3:31's at BAGP then the cobra came out. Got that damn thing down to 3:10 and that was one fast run. :shock:

I remember making the Wheelie cars.

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Post by LtoidKing » Mon Feb 21, 2005 2:37 pm

Best MCO memories:

Stock 32's on Hazard, for pinks :twisted:

Maxing a 327 in a rusty 32 for T-bird, when 315's didn't even exist

Flathead Mayhem with the boys from The Kingpins/ Br00d/ 404

My rusty '49 merc on MCC =P~



Ahhhhh, I miss those days.

Watch out for the phone booth!

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Post by Apache » Mon Feb 21, 2005 2:47 pm

Stock 32's anywhere for pinks was fun. :lol:

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Post by LtoidKing » Mon Feb 21, 2005 2:48 pm

Aeolus+ wrote:Stock 32's anywhere for pinks was fun. :lol:
I seem to remember swapping a few with you :D

Oh yea, can't forget DRAGGING stock 32's for pinks. That was a hoot.

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Post by Apache » Mon Feb 21, 2005 2:56 pm

LToidKing wrote:
Aeolus+ wrote:Stock 32's anywhere for pinks was fun. :lol:
I seem to remember swapping a few with you :D

Oh yea, can't forget DRAGGING stock 32's for pinks. That was a hoot.
35 seconds later....


LMAO

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Post by Brian9720 » Mon Feb 21, 2005 3:16 pm

I liked my MCO when I had an average speed of 152 MPH around Industrial Flats. :mrgreen:

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Post by Apache » Mon Feb 21, 2005 3:23 pm

Brian9720 wrote:I liked my MCO when I had an average speed of 152 MPH around Industrial Flats. :mrgreen:
Bastard. My monitor was always to dark to race that track... :?

Your name was on the fastest in midtown every week. Had to work my ass off to beat your time on BAGP.

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Post by Brian9720 » Mon Feb 21, 2005 3:59 pm

Aeolus+ wrote:
Brian9720 wrote:I liked my MCO when I had an average speed of 152 MPH around Industrial Flats. :mrgreen:
Bastard. My monitor was always to dark to race that track... :?

Your name was on the fastest in midtown every week. Had to work my ass off to beat your time on BAGP.
My bade. :D

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Post by timbuc40k » Tue Feb 22, 2005 6:30 am

best fun was let me see 59 eldo's around hh, or stock rt chargers racing, 32 stock waS FUN or I loved my aar cuda convert it was better than my hemi cuda convert and also my 442 vert which just sucked but looked cool, but that dam invent limit was a problem never had enough space always junking stuff to make room to build got annoying even with access to 5 accounts, just got to be a pain

timbuc40k/stoner/hammered from uptown

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Post by Gene in VT » Tue Feb 22, 2005 7:19 am

I rememeber trying for ages to get a good run in Sponsored Industrial Flats.. you had to run it at night, backwards in the rain with one of the shitty Sponsored cars. I tried for hours to make the cut as rarely did ten people even make the cut off time. Then one day just as I start my run, I get a phone call and am talking to a buddy while racing.... dammit if I didn't get the best time of the week! Still don't know how I pulled it off.

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Post by Regal » Tue Feb 22, 2005 7:35 am

I fondly remember stumbling upon a guy named CobraWorth running D class cars at Proving grounds ...

Monday Night Starters was a blast ...

Flathead E's on Tuesday was always a hoot ...

Dev nights early on were always entertaining ...

:?

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Post by Da_Rev » Tue Feb 22, 2005 9:10 am

Regal wrote:
Monday Night Starters was a blast ...

Flathead E's on Tuesday was always a hoot ...
:?
Ah yes. Wasn't it E Class Dusters?

That was the most fun.

The D Class Chevelles races were a blast.

I never could drive very fast, but slow the cars down with a reasonable class and they were a lot of fun.

I loved Skoggit

I still miss my churches there.

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Post by joesf » Tue Feb 22, 2005 1:19 pm

Random B and D Class almost any track.

Favorites were with my D class AMC AMX or my B class Judge... Westbrook, Spillway and Skoggit.

I LOVED MCC Class A. Mach1.

Friend got into a wreck at the beginning at the tunnel. Had a screen shot that looked like he was driving on the ceiling of the tunnel. MIB style.

Too bad when he came down, he landed on me.

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I remeber

Post by BDawgg91 » Sun Apr 17, 2005 11:02 am

I had the most fun after i moved to uptown and met Ripper and the Brew Crew.aftr that I didn't take eveything to serious,I had fun.caddy demos at skoggit,caddy o pimp slap races at gas town,all of it man i mean it was a blast. :D

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Post by MCODakota » Mon Apr 18, 2005 9:33 am

I thought MCO was the best before the "test install" button was introduced. Everyone had a different "recipe" for making power. Some of us even sold our recipes. Back when the 327 was king. I ran a Choped 57 at the drags and was only beat once or twice. I won a many a pink-slip races with that car. I also made a many a enemy. People calling me Cheater and claimed I used NOS even when I didn't. I ended up starting over and not going back to the drags again (until the 8-Ball came out).


Dakota

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Post by GonePostal » Tue Apr 19, 2005 10:24 pm

I can't say I had a favorite time overall. it was different degrees of fun throughout. Early on it was class racing, later was unlimited, and a whole mix of stuff in the middle. Never did get into the test center much.

running with any number of friends was always good for a night of fun, no matter what was run... :)

i'm starting to lose parts of it here and there. :( I miss it.

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Post by aqua » Wed Apr 20, 2005 9:05 am

Pre-Goose.

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Post by Guest » Wed Apr 20, 2005 11:15 am

My favorite times in MCO were the first times, when i got creamy over a 327 powered bel-air. Thats when the game was most fun in my opinion.

When a special paint job really was special.

When i was in a club (i cant recall the name) that was fantastic, we just raced, and won, and had a good time. MS-viper was one of the head fellas in the club, and also the wealthiest person in all of MCO at the time. I later decided he was using macros to win his cash, who knows though i guess.

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Post by Sofaking » Wed Apr 20, 2005 1:13 pm

i enjoyed the whole experience..... some of being a capt of a large club was tough but looking back at it theres not one thing i would take away except the day they told us it was gonna die :roll:

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Post by Guest » Wed Apr 20, 2005 11:20 pm

I loved MCO...full stop!!

But I must admit I wasn't impressed when they introduced the ricers :shock:

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Post by Guest » Thu Sep 01, 2005 4:22 am

Spent hours just working on setups on different cars.

Used to love running hazard in any car, suped up Edlorado on trioval was also fun. But Vert fenderless 32 coupe with a 400 cleavland on Red light had to be my favorite.

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