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Between GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories, the Angel is similar to the [[Freeway]], featuring only minor alterations, including its [[wp:Pannier|side panniers]] (saddlebags) and patriotic paintwork, similar to [[Peter Fonda|Peter Fonda's]] motorbike in the film "Easy Rider".
 
Between GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories, the Angel is similar to the [[Freeway]], featuring only minor alterations, including its [[wp:Pannier|side panniers]] (saddlebags) and patriotic paintwork, similar to [[Peter Fonda|Peter Fonda's]] motorbike in the film "Easy Rider".
  
The Angel is the gang vehicle of the [[Biker Gang]] in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] and the [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] [[Liberty City Bikers|Biker Gang]]. In GTA Vice City Stories, the vehicle is known as the '''Biker Angel''' and features a different blue and orange flame paint job and removing the panniers.
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The Angel is the gang vehicle of the [[Biker Gang]] in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] and the [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] [[Liberty City Bikers|Biker Gang]]. In GTA Vice City Stories, the vehicle is known as the '''Biker Angel'''.  It features a different paint job (blue with orange flames), and lacks the panniers.
  
 
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The Angel does not appear in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], despite Angel references and assets in the game files; the game can be modified to include the Angel. The Angel appears officially in the [[The Lost and Damned]], where it is the preferred vehicle of [[The Angels of Death]] (as opposed to the [[Hellfury]] in GTA IV). Although it has lost its patriotic paint job, it employs the same Harley-Davidson "panhead" engine seen on the bikes in "Easy Rider". The Angel is manufactured by the [[Western Motorcycle Company]].
 
The Angel does not appear in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], despite Angel references and assets in the game files; the game can be modified to include the Angel. The Angel appears officially in the [[The Lost and Damned]], where it is the preferred vehicle of [[The Angels of Death]] (as opposed to the [[Hellfury]] in GTA IV). Although it has lost its patriotic paint job, it employs the same Harley-Davidson "panhead" engine seen on the bikes in "Easy Rider". The Angel is manufactured by the [[Western Motorcycle Company]].
  
The Angel in the DS version of GTA Chinatown Wars uses the pre-GTA IV design, retaining the side panniers as a prominent feature of the vehicle. However, on the PSP, it resembles a cross between the [[Freeway]] of GTA III&nbsp;and GTA IV.
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The Angel in the DS version of GTA Chinatown Wars uses the pre-GTA IV design, retaining the side panniers as a prominent feature of the vehicle. However, on the PSP, it resembles a cross between the [[Freeway]]s of the GTA III and GTA IV eras.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:57, 7 December 2009

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The Angel as it appears in GTA Vice City.

The Angel is a motorcycle that has appeared in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, The Lost and Damned and Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.

Description

GTA VC — GTA VCS

Between GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories, the Angel is similar to the Freeway, featuring only minor alterations, including its side panniers (saddlebags) and patriotic paintwork, similar to Peter Fonda's motorbike in the film "Easy Rider".

The Angel is the gang vehicle of the Biker Gang in Vice City and the Liberty City Biker Gang. In GTA Vice City Stories, the vehicle is known as the Biker Angel. It features a different paint job (blue with orange flames), and lacks the panniers.

GTA IV — GTA Chinatown Wars

The Angel does not appear in Grand Theft Auto IV, despite Angel references and assets in the game files; the game can be modified to include the Angel. The Angel appears officially in the The Lost and Damned, where it is the preferred vehicle of The Angels of Death (as opposed to the Hellfury in GTA IV). Although it has lost its patriotic paint job, it employs the same Harley-Davidson "panhead" engine seen on the bikes in "Easy Rider". The Angel is manufactured by the Western Motorcycle Company.

The Angel in the DS version of GTA Chinatown Wars uses the pre-GTA IV design, retaining the side panniers as a prominent feature of the vehicle. However, on the PSP, it resembles a cross between the Freeways of the GTA III and GTA IV eras.

Trivia

  • The Angel used in the mission "Alloy Wheels of Steel" for Mitch Baker has handling and acceleration superior to a normal Angel, and it retains these features after the mission is complete; however, if the player saves it in a garage, it will lose its abilities.
  • The Angel plays the following radio stations by default when entered:

Location

GTA Vice City

GTA Liberty City Stories

GTA Vice City Stories

The Lost and Damned