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Ibishu Pigeon Base
|Production||1982 - 1989|
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The Ibishu Pigeon is a 3-wheeled mini pickup truck. It weighs roughly 500kg and is powered by a 658cc 3-cylinder diesel motor, producing 27 hp. Its top speed is around 100 km/h. The Pigeon features an unusual belt-driven steering assembly for the lone front wheel, whose geometry makes it incredibly unstable. Even with the stabilizers, it is incredibly dangerous. Its lack of shock absorbers means it can easily bounce into the air upon hitting a bump or pothole, and without the stabilizers it can easily tip over when cornering. And what doesn't even help that the Pigeon is incredibly light. Upon a frontal impact, the cab can easily buckle and the frame can bend upwards, potentially resulting in serious injury. The cab and bed can even detach from the frame entirely. It was added in the 0.3.1 update.
|Ibishu Pigeon Specifications|
|0 - 60mph (100kph)|
|Top Speed (mph)|
- Unlike the Gavril D-Series, H-Series, and T-Series, the tailgate cannot be opened with a key binding.
- The stabilizers seen in the "with Stabilizers" configuration are a reference to a Top Gear segment in which host Jeremy Clarkson attached identical stabilizers to a Reliant Robin in an attempt to improve its handling.
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