[[Image:HiredMuscle-GTAVCS.jpg|right|thumb|130px|[[Victor Vance]] wearing the Hired Muscle in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]].]] The '''Hired Muscle''' is an unlockable [[Clothing in GTA Vice City Stories|outfit]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]] for [[protagonist]] [[Victor Vance]]. == Description == The Hired Muscle is fashioned as rugged clothing comprising a black and gray pattern vest with white tank top, black pants and black shoes. Fingerless gloves also appear on the [[PlayStation 2]] version of the outfit; in the [[PlayStation Portable]] version, only a wrist band is seen in regular gameplay, while the gloves are only featured in cutscenes. The outfit is added to the player's [[wardrobe]] after developing a High-roller [[Protection Racket]] [[Empire Building|empire site]] following "[[To Victor, the Spoils]]". Like other clothes in the game, changing into the outfit will remove up to a two star [[Wanted Level in GTA III Era|wanted level]]. {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1= {{clothing|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Clothing]] [[Category:Outfits]] [[Category:Outfits in GTA Vice City Stories]]


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(In-game, with lights)A Hachura in GTA 2.
(In-game, with lights)
A Hachura in GTA 2.
Appearance(s) GTA 2
Vehicle type Civilian car
Body style 2-door sports coupé
Capacity 4 (driver and 3 passengers)

The Hachura is sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto 2.


The Hachura is fashioned as a retro-futuristic two-door sports coupé, complete with tailfins and a four-pillar front windshield. Its internal name (STRIPETB) does not indicate any real-life inspiration, but the car can be described as having several visual similarities with a Facel Vega HK500.

The Hachura's performance is generally favorable, with fairly good acceleration and top speed, as well as good braking response and an ability to corner and powerslide tightly. When crushed, the car awards the player a Rocket Launcher pickup.


An early iteration of the Idaho in GTA III, then known as a "Hachura".
  • During development of GTA III, the Hachura name, as indicated on Capital Autos's website, was to be used for a large two-seat coupé, before the car was renamed as the "Idaho".


The Hachura in GTA 2 appears in traffic exclusively within the Residential District of Anywhere City, and does not appear to have parked locations in the district.