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[[File:GT-A1-GTA2.jpg|right|thumb|A unmarked GT-A1 in [[Grand Theft Auto 2|GTA 2]].]]
 
[[File:GT-A1-GTA2.jpg|right|thumb|A unmarked GT-A1 in [[Grand Theft Auto 2|GTA 2]].]]
  
The '''GT-A1''' is a vehicle in [[Grand Theft Auto 2]] that can't be found at any of the districts of [[Anywhere City]] in a non-multiplayer game. It can be seen, since the [[Wang Cars]] are GT-A1s with numbers on the top, but can't be driven (entering in one of them teleports you to the Wang Cars site). The name, GT-A1, is a play on words, meaning [[Grand Theft Auto 1|GTA 1]].
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The '''GT-A1''' is a vehicle in [[Grand Theft Auto 2]] that can not be found at any of the districts of [[Anywhere City]] in a non-multiplayer game. It can be seen, since the [[Wang Cars]] are GT-A1s with numbers on the top, but can not be driven (entering in one of them teleports you to the Wang Cars site). The name, GT-A1, is a play on words, meaning [[Grand Theft Auto 1|GTA 1]].
  
 
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[[Category:Vehicles in GTA 2]]
 
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Latest revision as of 22:10, 21 February 2013

A unmarked GT-A1 in GTA 2.

The GT-A1 is a vehicle in Grand Theft Auto 2 that can not be found at any of the districts of Anywhere City in a non-multiplayer game. It can be seen, since the Wang Cars are GT-A1s with numbers on the top, but can not be driven (entering in one of them teleports you to the Wang Cars site). The name, GT-A1, is a play on words, meaning GTA 1.