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Evidently based on the [[Mule]], the Triad Fish Van is essentially a box truck distinguishable only by its Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant name visible on the sides and front of the truck's cargo compartment. The Fish Vans also earn the distinction as the earliest gang cars to appear with multiple body colors (shared with the Mule), when other gangs cars in GTA III and [[Grand Theft Auto 2|GTA 2]] were only using single color schemes.
 
Evidently based on the [[Mule]], the Triad Fish Van is essentially a box truck distinguishable only by its Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant name visible on the sides and front of the truck's cargo compartment. The Fish Vans also earn the distinction as the earliest gang cars to appear with multiple body colors (shared with the Mule), when other gangs cars in GTA III and [[Grand Theft Auto 2|GTA 2]] were only using single color schemes.
  
Despite its similar appearance as the Mule, the Fish Van features slightly improved performance, with a lighter body and improved speed. Its size also makes the Triad Fish Van one of the largest gang cars in the series, alongside the [[Karma Bus]] in GTA 2.
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Despite its similar appearance as the Mule, the Fish Van features slightly improved performance, with a lighter body and improved speed, and it is all wheel drive. Its size also makes the Triad Fish Van one of the largest gang cars in the series, alongside the [[Karma Bus]] in GTA 2.
  
 
Since the Triad Fish Van is a gang car driven by the Liberty City Triads, it is native to the [[Chinatown, Liberty City|Chinatown]] district of [[Portland Island]], [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]], but may also be found within the [[Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant]] compound in [[Callahan Point]], Portland Island.
 
Since the Triad Fish Van is a gang car driven by the Liberty City Triads, it is native to the [[Chinatown, Liberty City|Chinatown]] district of [[Portland Island]], [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]], but may also be found within the [[Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant]] compound in [[Callahan Point]], Portland Island.
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GTA Advance's rendition of the fish van, known as the "Belly", received substantial changes, modifying its role and design.
 
GTA Advance's rendition of the fish van, known as the "Belly", received substantial changes, modifying its role and design.
  
In comparison to the similarly designed [[Mr Wongs|Wong]], the Belly in GTA Advance is slightly smaller in size. The truck is also driven by civilians instead of the Triads, and bcause of this can be found in every district of [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]. The Wong effectively takes over the role of the Belly as the Triads' gang car.
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In comparison to the similarly designed [[Mr Wongs|Wong]], the Belly in GTA Advance is slightly smaller in size. The truck is also driven by civilians instead of the Triads, and because of this can be found in every district of [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]. The Wong effectively takes over the role of the Belly as the Triads' gang car.
  
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
 
'''Grand Theft Auto III'''
 
'''Grand Theft Auto III'''
 
* Raffles Fish Factory, Chinatown, Portland
 
* Raffles Fish Factory, Chinatown, Portland
* Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant, Callahan Point, Portland (stops spawing after the mission [[Blow Fish]])
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* Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant, Callahan Point, Portland (stops spawning after the mission [[Blow Fish]])
  
 
'''Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories'''
 
'''Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories'''
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[[Category:Vehicles]]
 
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Revision as of 06:09, 3 January 2010

The Triad Fish Van, also known as the Belly in Grand Theft Auto Advance, is a large truck featured in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Advance and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. It is the gang car of the Liberty City Triads.

Description

GTA III and GTA Liberty City Stories

Evidently based on the Mule, the Triad Fish Van is essentially a box truck distinguishable only by its Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant name visible on the sides and front of the truck's cargo compartment. The Fish Vans also earn the distinction as the earliest gang cars to appear with multiple body colors (shared with the Mule), when other gangs cars in GTA III and GTA 2 were only using single color schemes.

Despite its similar appearance as the Mule, the Fish Van features slightly improved performance, with a lighter body and improved speed, and it is all wheel drive. Its size also makes the Triad Fish Van one of the largest gang cars in the series, alongside the Karma Bus in GTA 2.

Since the Triad Fish Van is a gang car driven by the Liberty City Triads, it is native to the Chinatown district of Portland Island, Liberty City, but may also be found within the Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant compound in Callahan Point, Portland Island.

GTA Advance

GTA Advance's rendition of the fish van, known as the "Belly", received substantial changes, modifying its role and design.

In comparison to the similarly designed Wong, the Belly in GTA Advance is slightly smaller in size. The truck is also driven by civilians instead of the Triads, and because of this can be found in every district of Liberty City. The Wong effectively takes over the role of the Belly as the Triads' gang car.

Locations

Grand Theft Auto III

  • Raffles Fish Factory, Chinatown, Portland
  • Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant, Callahan Point, Portland (stops spawning after the mission Blow Fish)

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

  • Raffles Fish Factory, Chinatown, Portland

See also