• Moose

2 Screenshots

About This File

A set of simple white cable vans derived from @Simfanatik's Ford E-250 models. They will arrive to your place of residence in between 1pm and 5pm (but most likely 6pm). Textures added from GoFSH.

There are four vans:
Time Warner
Xfinity/Comcast
Cox
CenturyLink

Simply extract to your Plugins folder.





User Feedback

Create an account or sign in to leave a review

You need to be a member in order to leave a review

Create an Account  

Sign up to join our friendly community. It's easy!  :thumb:


Register a New Account

Sign In  

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now

MeMyself&I

  • 5
   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Nice touch of added realism here.  Thanks for these.  They look great!

pclark06 likes this

Share this review


Link to review
APSMS

  • 5
   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Awesome. Always nice to have a touch of realism. And simfanatik's automata are a great base for this as well, since the modeling is so smooth.

Ironically, I don't have cable TV anymore (no service at my house) so we have satellite instead. But Satellite providers always seem to use trucks rather than vans. They still have the same problem, though at least with my house figuring out how to get to it is a valid excuse.

pclark06 likes this

Share this review


Link to review
sejr99999

  • 5
   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

thank you   always in need of updated automata   these look good

pclark06 likes this

Share this review


Link to review
  • Announcements

    • Dirktator

      06/30/2017

      This month we're hoping for a little bit of a boost this month or next, in addition to covering the regular bills, we could benefit from some hardware upgrades. STEX Collector's Set gifts can now be sent to you via digital download as well as regular mail if you wish! Every donation dollar goes toward keeping Simtropolis online and humming along. Your contribution counts! Hardware Upgrades As our website community software improves with more and more features, and as we bolt on additional features such as chat, the increased load to handle all these new toys is taking the server a bit to task. You may have noticed that we'd been forced to temporarily disable the chat as we worked out allocating resources for more optimal performance. Following this, we've applied a number of 'soft' changes such as caching options and experimented with server configurations (nginx as proxy, for example), so the hardware aspect is also an area we'd like to focus on. The last time we upgraded hardware was back in 2012, prior to the release of SC13. Your contribution means a lot! Your donation will go toward helping us to 1.) migrate to a newer server or 2.) at least get some ram/cpu/storage updates and any other infrastructure hardware or services. Donate and Get a Gift or Donate Any Amount Thanks so much! - Dirktator & The Admins
  • STEX Featured

  • Similar Content

    • By spa
      My 50th building and the finale to this weeks release party! The Canadian Broadcasting Centre is a special purpose office building in downtown Toronto. Completed in 1993, the building is the heart of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Canada’s publicly owned television and radio network. Most of CBC’s English programming and a significant portion of the network’s French shows are produced in the building (television in the roof studios and radio on the floors below). To accommodate television and radio production, the building is built on a series of rubber pads that minimize unwanted vibrations. In total, the Broadcasting Centre is home to 3 radio studios, 19 production studios, 3 television studios, 2 local television studios, 2 all purpose studios and one national news studio. Besides the CBC, the building is also home to the International Academy of Design and Technology. Perhaps though the structure’s signature feature is the 13 storey Barbara Frum Atrium, named in honour of former CBC news anchor Barbara Frum. In 2006, several Canadian police forces and the Canadian Security Intelligence Agency cracked an Islamic terrorist cell and potentially averted an attack on the Broadcasting Centre. The 17 suspected terrorists had a long list of potential targets and had considered attempting to storm the building, take hostages and seize control of the air waves.

      The Canadian Broadcasting Centre comes to SimCity with a growable and a plopable lot that measure 7x7 and provide 3,718 Co$$$. Three dependencies, BSC Spa Essentials 2, BSC Mega Props CP Vol1 and BSC Texturepack Cycledogg V01 b. See the readme for complete details.
  • Newest STEX Uploads

  • Recent STEX Reviews

  • Recent STEX Comments