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Hi,

I am willing to pay for bat models and other mods of my choice. If you are a developer please message me.

Pretty much I saw this mod by (MushyMushy) But he/she doesn't know how to convert it into automata. If you know how to, please help them or just updated it using their formula. I would like for those vehicles to drive and maybe even have flashing lights to stop traffic. In addition to that (scroll down)......... I would like for someone to create these Nova buses modeled after the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority 3cf54789048112b1b505c90ba700ac7b.jpg

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