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[[File:TranceAM-GTA2.png|right|thumb|The Trance AM in [[Grand Theft Auto 2|GTA 2]].]]
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[[File:TranceAM-GTA2-Larabie.jpg|right|thumb|[[Ray Larabie|Ray Larabie's]] original design for the Trance AM.]]
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| name = Trance AM
The '''Trance AM''' is a vehicle in [[Grand Theft Auto 2]] that can be found in the [[Residential District]] of [[Anywhere City]]. It gives a [[flamethrower]] when [[Crusher|crushed]]. The name implies the car is based on a [[:wp:Pontiac Firebird#Trans Am|Trans Am]] [[:wp:Pontiac Firebird|Pontiac Firebird]], possibly a 1970-74 model.
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| front_image = TranceAM-GTA2.png
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| image_size = 130
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| caption = (<small>[[:Image:TranceAM-GTA2-ingame.jpg|In-game, with lights]]</small>)<br>A Trance AM in [[Grand Theft Auto 2|GTA 2]]
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| vehicle_type = Civilian car
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| body_style = 2-door muscle car
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| capacity = 4 (driver and 3 passengers)
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| game_1 = 2
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}}
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The '''Trance AM''' is a muscle car featured in [[Grand Theft Auto 2]].
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== Description ==
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The Trance AM is clearly designed as a American-styled muscle car with a typical coupé body design and a bird hood decal. While initially given an original design by [[Ray Larabie]], the Trance AM came to be based on a 1970–74 [[:wp:Pontiac Firebird#Firebird Trans Am|Trans Am]] [[wp:Pontiac Firebird#Second generation (1970–1981)|Pontiac Firebird]] instead. The car's internal name, <code>TRANCEAM</code>, is very similar to its in-game name.
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In terms of performance, the Trance AM is a fairly competent car. While slower than most sports cars in the game, the Trance AM's above average acceleration and top speed coupled with its responsive steering and braking makes the car a fairly well-balanced choice for players.
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When [[Crusher|crushed]], the car awards the player a [[Flamethrower]] pickup.
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<gallery width="auto" perrow="2" style="font-size:95%; padding:0; text-align:left;" widths="140">
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TranceAM-GTA2-Larabie.png|[[Ray Larabie|Ray Larabie's]] early design for the Furore GT in GTA 2.
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TranceAM-GTA2-ingame.jpg|A Furore GT in-game in GTA 2, with lights on.
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== Locations ==
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The Trance AM is exclusive to the [[Residential District]] of [[Anywhere City]], where it appears in traffic as well as the following parked locations:
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* At a parking lot west of the Redemption entrance to the elevated platform over the Mobile RV Park.
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* At a parking lot in Wormley, east of [[Jesus Saves|the church]].
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* At a parking lot in Morton, southwest of the church.
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* At a parking lot west of a diner in Morton at the southernmost street of the Residential District.
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* At a parking lot southeast of the Belmont [[Garages in GTA 2|car shop]].
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* At parking lots near the southwest corner and the east side of the Largo shopping mall.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:11, 20 November 2012

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

The Trance AM is a muscle car featured in Grand Theft Auto 2.

Description

The Trance AM is clearly designed as a American-styled muscle car with a typical coupé body design and a bird hood decal. While initially given an original design by Ray Larabie, the Trance AM came to be based on a 1970–74 Trans Am Pontiac Firebird instead. The car's internal name, TRANCEAM, is very similar to its in-game name.

In terms of performance, the Trance AM is a fairly competent car. While slower than most sports cars in the game, the Trance AM's above average acceleration and top speed coupled with its responsive steering and braking makes the car a fairly well-balanced choice for players.

When crushed, the car awards the player a Flamethrower pickup.

Locations

The Trance AM is exclusive to the Residential District of Anywhere City, where it appears in traffic as well as the following parked locations:

  • At a parking lot west of the Redemption entrance to the elevated platform over the Mobile RV Park.
  • At a parking lot in Wormley, east of the church.
  • At a parking lot in Morton, southwest of the church.
  • At a parking lot west of a diner in Morton at the southernmost street of the Residential District.
  • At a parking lot southeast of the Belmont car shop.
  • At parking lots near the southwest corner and the east side of the Largo shopping mall.