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1970 Blue Flame 'Speed Rocket'

1970 Blue Flame 'Speed Rocket' in The Simpsons: Hit & Run, Action, 2003

Class: Cars, Racecar — Origin: US

Playable Vehicle Playable vehicle

1970 Blue Flame 'Speed Rocket'

Picture provided by : Nascaracer23

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

Nascaracer23 US (2)

2012-06-08 21:03

Ok, I think maybe a '64 GM Firebird IV or a '64 GM X is the closest I could find.

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-07-20 15:13

Are you kidding? This is obviously a shortened Blue Flame Rocket Car:

Nascaracer23 US (2)

2012-08-11 05:08

ItsaUserName wrote Are you kidding? This is obviously a shortened Blue Flame Rocket Car:


YEAH I WAS KIDDING! Why the hell is it called "Made For Game"

victorvance DE (299)

2012-09-04 07:00

Yeah, it is definitely The Blue Flame! Not Made For Game!

Tuppence870 UK (63)

2013-04-21 15:06

Why is the make still listed as a Made for Game? It's clearly The Blue Flame world record car.

-- Last edit: 2015-01-04 01:27:56

JFK CZ (172)

2015-08-07 00:16

Hmm. Isnt this the quickest car listed in IGCD? I dont mean in-game, but real car - that is ingame car based on - top speed. For sure there are not much quicker cars listed in IGCD than this 1007 KM/H baby.

Tuppence870 UK (63)

2015-08-07 00:24

JFK wrote Hmm. Isnt this the quickest car listed in IGCD?

Actually no since Choro Q has the car that beat it - the 1983 Thrust 2, which managed 1047km/h: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=64490

-- Last edit: 2015-08-07 00:24:53

JFK CZ (172)

2015-08-07 00:28

Tuppence870 wrote
Actually no since Choro Q has the car that beat it - the 1983 Thrust 2, which managed 1047km/h: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=64490

Woah, and I was hoping that nothing can beat that! From comments I read that you actually saw the Thrust 2, that must be amazing experience!

Tuppence870 UK (63)

2015-08-07 00:46

JFK wrote
Woah, and I was hoping that nothing can beat that! From comments I read that you actually saw the Thrust 2, that must be amazing experience!


Yeah it's pretty amazing, but not as amazing as seeing Thrust SSC in the next room. They're both being stored at the Coventry Transport Museum (along with a full-size K'Nex model of the Bloodhound SSC), which is literally a street away from my university and entry is completely free :D.

I've also seen The Blue Flame at the Sinsheim Auto und Technik Museum in Germany, while on a trip to Stuttgart with the university (we also saw the Porsche Museum, Mercedes-Benz Museum and Audi plant at Neckarsulm).

-- Last edit: 2015-08-07 00:46:23

JFK CZ (172)

2015-08-07 12:01

Tuppence870 wrote
I've also seen The Blue Flame at the Sinsheim Auto und Technik Museum in Germany, while on a trip to Stuttgart with the university (we also saw the Porsche Museum, Mercedes-Benz Museum and Audi plant at Neckarsulm).

Hmm, that is in continental europe in neighbour country... Soon after I turn 18 and buy a car (nothing other than 80s Chevy Caprice STW), I must go there.

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