[[Image:Feltzer-GTASA-front.jpg|thumb|right|300px|A Feltzer in GTA San Andreas ([[:Image:Feltzer-GTASA-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]).]] The '''[[Benefactor]] Feltzer''' is a car that is available for use in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] and [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. In both games it is a two-door car with a high top speed, each based on different models of [[wikipedia:Mercedes-Benz|Mercedes-Benz]] two-door coupes. ==GTA San Andreas== In GTA San Andreas, the Feltzer is a convertible, and is based on the real-life [[wikipedia:Mercedes-Benz R107|Mercedes-Benz R107]] that was produced from 1971-1989, specifically the 380SL cabriolet. It has a good top speed, but its handling is rather unsatisfactory as its high speed and light weight act against it; also it has rather slow acceleration. A bulletproof, damageproof, explosion-proof and fireproof Feltzer can be found (and is used) in the final storyline mission, [[End of the Line]]. ===Car modifications=== It can only be modified in [[TransFender]] * Color * Wheels (ten types) * Nitro (All) * Bass Boost * Hydraulics ==Notbale Owners== *[[Gracie Ancelotti]] (After the mission [[I'll Take Her]] [[Stevie]] dumps her Feltzer) ===Locations=== *Found usually in [[San Fierro]] *Occasionally found in [[Las Venturas]] *Parked in a highway stop in southeast [[Flint County]], near [[Back o' Beyond]] (Only available when wanted for export) *Importable from [[Easter Basin]], San Fierro after completing export lists. Import cost: $28,000 (Tuesdays only) == GTA IV == === Design === [[Image:Feltzer-GTA4-front.jpg|thumb|right|300px|A Feltzer hardtop coupe in GTA IV ([[:Image:Feltzer-GTA4-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view, softtop]]).]] In GTA IV, the [[Benefactor]] Feltzer is similar to a second generation [[wikipedia:Mercedes-Benz R171|Mercedes-Benz SLK]], except the wheel arches are significantly wider, giving the car a wider appearance, more similar to the AMG SL. There are several variations of the Feltzer convertible in GTA IV; Feltzers may be seen with a folding hardtop, like the real life SL/SLK, with a softtop, or with the roof down. Some are equipped with a badgeless black mesh grille, while others feature a standard three-bar grille with Benefactor badging. A unique pink convertible Feltzer owned by [[Gracie Ancelotti]] appears during "[[...I'll Take Her]]", when the car is used by the player to kidnap Gracie for random. Upon completion of the mission, the car is driven away to be disposed of. The player can choose to snipe the driver promptly and acquire the car. {| align="center" | Feltzer-GTA4-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view; softtop variant. FeltzerEngineIV.png|The Feltzer's engine, built by Benefactor. Feltzer-GTA4-GracieAncelotti-front.jpg|[[Gracie Ancelotti]]'s pink convertible Feltzer (with Gracie at the passenger side), without the stock frontal grille. Feltzer-GTA4-advertising.png|Billboard advertisement of the Feltzer in GTA IV. |} ===Performance=== The GTA IV rendition of the Feltzer is powered by a supercharged 3.8L V8, coupled to a high-performance 5 speed gearbox in RWD configuration, and the seventh-fastest Car in the game. Acceleration is decent (with a tendency to cause wheel spin), and it has an enjoyable top speed. The Feltzer has also been noted for being one of the best drifting cars in the game due to its low level of Traction Control. The suspension is firm and responsive, keeping the Feltzer flat in the corners, albeit with some oversteer at high speeds. Braking is good, and ABS is an available option, though not standard. The Feltzer withstands high-speed frontal crashes well, thanks to its luxury build, and can sustain numerous frontal hits without failing or catching alight. The Feltzer is, however, highly susceptible to bullet damage. After collecting all thirty cars for [[Stevie]]; he agrees to purchase cars from [[Niko Bellic]], with the Feltzer fetching [[Money|$]]3,000. ===Locations=== *Spawn around [[Hove Beach]], [[Broker]]. *In the parking lot in [[Beachgate]], [[Broker]]. *Spawn around [[The Exchange|The Exchange.]] *Spawn around [[Star Junction|Star Junction.]] *Spawn around [[Little Italy|Little Italy.]] *Spawn around [[The Triangle]] *Spawn around [[Middle Park East]]. == Trivia== * The name of the Feltzer may be a play on the sexual act of "[[wp:Felching|felching]]". * In GTA IV, if the player takes a Feltzer with its roof down to a [[Car Wash|car wash]], the vehicle will be washed by hand. * The Feltzer plays the following radio stations by default when entered: ** [[Radio Los Santos]] in GTA San Andreas. ** [[Jazz Nation Radio 108.5]] or [[Fusion FM]] in [[GTA IV]]. * In GTA San Andreas, during the mission [[End of the Line]], [[CJ]] must chase [[Frank Tenpenny|Officer Tenpenny]] in a Feltzer. * In [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]], [[Niko Bellic]] goes all out and fakes a test drive of [[Gracie Ancelotti]]'s Feltzer, resulting in him showing his true colors and knocking Gracie unconscious live in the front seats after she causes Niko to go into several car crashes. The player can achieve this Feltzer to keep by immediately killing the driver after hiding Gracie in the safhouse, but the player must be quick as it will dissapear after about 30 seconds. It can also be aquired by firing a gun across the street from Gracie's house before meeting her, she will run off, but the Feltzer will stay in the driveway. Do NOT respray this Feltzer, as you will never be able to achieve this paint color again. {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1= {{vehicles|state=collapsed}} {{gtasa vehicles|state=collapsed}} {{gtaiv vehicles|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Vehicles]] [[Category:Vehicles in GTA San Andreas]] [[Category:Vehicles in GTA IV]] [[Category:2-Door Sedans and Coupes]] [[Category:Gang Cars]]

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I'd like to point out the Game hardly gives the player money for story missions. Ever. Most just give you respect or pocket change. The Casion Heist is optional, so is the Car dealership, and Zero's RC. Not sure about Most of the Airstrip mission.s--Allurade Dendra 03:03, November 22, 2009 (UTC)

The storyline missions are still the main money makers for the game. Also, if you consider $5,000 "Pocket Change" than I would like to see your idea of a "Fortune" :) Chimpso 23:06, November 23, 2009 (UTC)
In real live I consider it a good deal. But in the game I can get one magazine of M4 ammo or a good bit of pistol ammo. By the game's standards, 5 g's isn't much unless you want to eat a lot. In the game, I'd say about a quarter millions a small fortune.--Allurade Dendra 04:25, November 24, 2009 (UTC)

All possible names

Add descriptions for them yourselves.

  • 2nd Hand Sock
  • Accept the Length
  • Air Biscuit
  • Arthur or Martha
  • Axe Wound
  • Backdoor Bandit
  • Bankrupt Rage
  • Barkers Eggs
  • Barnton Bellbanger
  • Beanflicker
  • Beef Bandito
  • Biffens Bridge
  • Biffins Bridge
  • Billy Sastard
  • Bishop Basher
  • Bloated Bag
  • Bolt Shooter
  • Bronson
  • Bronx Cheer
  • Brown Eyed Girl
  • Buckmelad
  • Bush Bandit
  • Camels Toe
  • Cauliflower Arse
  • Cheesy Chode
  • Cheesy Hornblower
  • Chocolate Channel
  • Chocolate Starfish
  • Chunder Munchkin
  • Chunky Colt
  • Chutney Bunker
  • Clowns Pocket
  • Cock Soup
  • Cocoa Shunter
  • Collar & Cuffs
  • Crack Horse
  • Cryptorchid
  • Cunning Lingus
  • Dead Lemon
  • Dead Wipe
  • Diddy Ride
  • Dildonut & Burdock
  • Dong Johnson
  • Donners Kebab
  • Dr Boogie
  • Duck My Sick
  • Dundee Ned
  • Duthies Boy
  • Embryo Enticed
  • Facial Lancer
  • Fairy Hammok
  • Falkirk Boy
  • Filshies Filly
  • Fingers and Tops
  • Fish Supper
  • Five Finger Splay
  • Flange Spanner
  • Flaps Ahoy
  • Funbags
  • Garys Gelding
  • Gentlemans Relish
  • Ginger Witch
  • Gypsys Cat
  • Hairy Dyke
  • Handy Shandy
  • Hardly Flanged
  • Haway the Lads
  • Henriks Jaw
  • Holy Colon
  • Horse Feathers
  • Hot Pants
  • Jacksons Lad
  • Jauques Yerlot
  • Jocks Away
  • Jockstar
  • Juice Trigger
  • Kellys Boy
  • Kinnears Demise
  • Knob Polisher
  • Knuckle Shuffle
  • Kohl Bunker
  • Les Long
  • Little Bishop
  • Lollys Fern
  • Loose Pink
  • Lord Lucan
  • Love Burglar
  • Love Lips
  • Love Torpedo
  • Love Truncheon
  • Lush Gush
  • Mackem Delight
  • Mary Hinge
  • McTagnut & Fries
  • Melancholy Thatch
  • Money Shot
  • Monkey Puss
  • Monkeys Thumb
  • Mouses Ear
  • Mr Winky
  • Neigh Bother
  • Neutered Nik
  • New Jock City
  • No Wasps
  • Ochayethenoo
  • One-eyed Warrior
  • Panhandle
  • Pearls Necklace
  • Pearly Droplets
  • Pebble Dasher
  • Pebbledash
  • Peking Twister
  • Perverted Preacher
  • Piddle in Perspex
  • Pillow Biter
  • Priapism Willie
  • Purple Love
  • Pygmies Cocque
  • Reefs Folly
  • Reeves Revenge
  • Reverse Cowgirl
  • Ring of Fire
  • Rocinante
  • Rump Rider
  • Run Away Jay
  • Saddams Madam
  • Salt n Sauce
  • Sarwars Spray
  • Sausage Sandwich
  • Schlong Odds
  • Scotland Nil
  • Scotlands Shite
  • Shatners Bassoon
  • Shoot Me
  • Silvery Tear
  • Skittery Trots
  • Slap & Tickle
  • Smellyama
  • Spam Javelin
  • Spicy Mushroom
  • Split Kipper
  • Stained Rigid
  • Sterilized Steed
  • Stool Pigeon
  • Syphilitic Meat
  • Tagnut
  • Tester Turd
  • Thats Bollocks
  • The Angry Captain
  • Tight Brown
  • Tummy Squeaker
  • Tunky Packer
  • Tunnel Tester
  • Turbot Tornado
  • Up The Dumper
  • Uphill Gardener
  • Venereal Dodger
  • Vinegar Stroke
  • Watery Passage
  • Weasel Burglar
  • Wee Crunchie
  • Wet Cabbage
  • Wet Circle
  • White Hinny
  • Wizards Sleeve
  • Wongs Wang
  • Yoghurt Cannon

--spaceeinstein 03:56, 4 November 2011 (GMT)