How to purchase parts from the interior shop

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How to purchase parts from the interior shop Empty How to purchase parts from the interior shop

Post by Jack4435 on Thu Apr 05, 2012 4:47 pm

What is the interior shop?
At the interior shop, you can buy parts which allow you to visually modify the inside of your car. If, for example, you want to change the look of the seats inside your car, you have to buy seats from the interior shop. You can then adjust the image of your car in whichever image editing software you use. You then upload the new image to a website such as and then replace the image link in your signature and profile.

How do I buy a part from the interior shop
Parts from the interior shop do not have a 'Class', so you can fit them to any class car - unlike performance parts.
Once you have found the part(s) you want to buy, simply copy the details into a new reply in that topic. If you are buying parts from more than one section, then you can use the 'Bulk Buying' topic and create one large post, with parts from multiple sections.

2 Bucket Seats Cr. 500 | 0 BHP | -10 KG
Now, simply add a calculation onto the post to show that you are buying the parts(s). If you have, for example, Cr. 5,000, your post will look something like this: Cr. 5,000 - Cr. 500 = Cr. 4,500

You are now ready to post the reply. It should look something like this; if it doesn't, edit your post and try again.

2 Bucket Seats Cr. 500 | 0 BHP | -10 KG
Cr. 5,000 - Cr. 500 = Cr. 4,500
Weight: XXX - 10KG = Weight: XXX KG (The current and new change in your cars weight would replace the X's)
When buying parts, you add them to your profile, not your signature. The only things you have to update in your signature are your 'Credits (Cr.)' and the specification of your car. In the case of the example, you would remove Cr. 500 out of your Cr. - and you would remove 10KG from your cars weight.

Profile When buying parts, you must add them to your profile under the 'Car' section. To do this, simply copy the parts from the topic you posted when you purchased them. You now just need to add up the BHP & KG and adjust them as appropriate.

If done correctly, your 'Car Post' in your profile should look something like this:

Standard Car
Volkswagen Golf Mk1 GTi '76

| BHP: 110 | KG: 830 | Drive: FWD | Class 2 | Cr. 7,000

Modified Car
Volkswagen Golf Mk1 VR6 '76

| BHP: 378 | KG: 709 | Drive: AWD | Class 3 | Cr. 19,000

2 Bucket Seats
Cr. 500
| 0 BHP | -10 KG

Carbon Fibre Dashboard
Cr. 800
| 0 BHP | -10 KG

Carpet Removal
| 0 BHP | -5 KG

Sound Insulation Removal
Cr. 100
| 0 BHP | -5 KG

Sports Steering Wheel
Cr. 500
| 0 BHP | -10 KG

Aluminium Racing Pedals
Cr. 250
| 0 BHP | -2 KG


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