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ARC Camaro Replacement Skins 2.0

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ARC Camaro Replacement Skin pack - By Rob Fitness

This install will overwrite the standard liveries from Reiza with some basic fantasy liveries.

This will allow you to see these painted cars regardless of the server or anyone else is running them too. As long as the server is running standard AMS Camaro install.

*** No online Mismatches ***

It will also add the following:

- Kumho tires
- External Windscreens
- Internal Windscreens

for he made it possible for me to do the windows and tyres, and also fixed the tyre LOD issue before Reiza.


Extract the Gamedata Folder into your Automobilsta Folder and let it overwrite files.

I Hope this pack makes driving these great little cars more enjoyable, and thanks Reiza for doing them :)

Rob Fitness
File size
72.9 MB
First release
Last update
5.00 star(s) 20 ratings

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Latest updates

  1. Updated for build v1.3.5 released 31/3/17

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Latest reviews

Love there. Thank you.
These skins are wicked awesome
Excellent work!
Love the skin pack, thank you!
Of course 5 stars, Rob's skins are amazing!!!!
Just great work from Rob, as ever.
As usual Rob, very very good.
Thanks, these look great
Thanks for the contribution. Awesome work! :D
Thank You :)
what beautys,thank you.
Great Job! Skins look awesome :)
Thank you very much Rob, awesome job ;) it brings much more life to this cool little cars!
Fantastic skins!! Thanks Rob
Now we've got a decent set of skins to use while blasting around Adelaide, the Stix skin looks magic, as do the Preston Hire & RBR liveries, they all look chit hot, far-king Awesome mate!
Thanks for the time and effort to put this pack together, your a legend man.
Rob Fitness
Rob Fitness
thank you for your comments. makes it worthwhile when people are happy with what's been done.
These are great, this really adds to the experience.
Awesome skins, thanks Rob!