After a little while of not touching the Model T I've had from Bumper, I decided I should release it in beta form. Currently there's the Coupe and Tudor (I have the Fordor as well, just haven't put it in Racer as of yet). Powered by a 177 cubic inch 4 cylinder, with a 2 speed planetary gear transmission behind it. The Tin Lizzie was best known for putting America on wheels, and sometimes wrongly credited with being the first automobile built on an assembly line (Ransom E. Olds was building cars on the assembly line first in America). Built between 1908-1927 the Model T was produced in many different body styles (most famous is probably the 4-door touring body style). Initially costing $825, and eventually going down to $360, and due to its low cost Ford ended up building over 8 million examples of the Model T. Currently the coupe and Tudor only come in a single color. They do have lights. As well as a crazy control layout. I only wish I could of used the clutch pedal for its right use. Download links below. Download: Tudor Download: Coupe Below is the control and proper driving technique's for the Model T, this can also be found in the readme included with the cars. Controls; A - throttle up Z - throttle down gas pedal - brake pedal brake pedal - reverse pedal ctrl - low gear space - to operate the "handbrake" to make it possible to go into high gear How to drive the Model T; -Low Gear Operation; This is probably one of the most confusing cars to drive in reality, and the limits of Racer do not help with making this any easier. Press and hold CTRL to put the vehicle in Low Gear, then press A until you're at a sufficient speed. -High Gear Operation; While still driving in low gear, press the SPACEBAR, to set the handbrake to the correct position, press A to increase speed and rpms. Then let go of CTRL, and decrease throttle with Z as necessary. -Brake Pedal Operation; If you haven't figured it out by now, the brake pedal, is not actually the brake pedal. When you want to come to a stop press Z until the throttle is at its idle position then press (counter-intuitively) the gas pedal), and when appriopriate shift the vehicle down to low by pressing and holding CTRL, and then pressing SPACEBAR. Once you are going slow enough shift the vehicle in Neutral by letting go of CTRL. -Reverse Gear Operation; You're brake pedal is actually the Reverse gear pedal on a Model T. Once you have come to a complete stop, press and hold the reverse pedal, and then increase the throttle by pressing A. When stopping while reversing make sure to decrease throttle to idle position, then press the gas pedal to stop the vehicle.