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Japanese Emergency Car MOD Set 1.0

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Japanese Emergency Car MOD Set



This MOD set replaces emergency cars with Japanese ones.


●含まれているもの Included Contents●

・日産 リーフ パトロールカー NISSAN LEAF Police Car

(派出所用 For small police office)

・トヨタ クラウン パトロールカー TOYOTA CROWN Police Car

(管区警察署用 For police department)

・いすゞ エルガミオ 人員輸送車 ISUZU ERGA Mio Man Transit Vehicle

(刑事車両 Detective Vehicle)

・モリタ CD-I A type ポンプ車 MORITA CD-I A type Fire Engine

(小型消防署用 For small fire station)

・モリタ スーパージャイロラダー(はしご車) MORITA Super Gyro Ladder

(大規模消防署用 For large fire station)

・化学機動中隊 特殊災害対策車 HAZ-MAT

・トヨタ ハイメディック 救急車 TOYOTA HIMEDIC Ambulance








Special Thanks
Oppie(Developing SCP)
Tobse(Technical Support)


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