Converting .tga files to .car

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M_Nesevitch

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Pick a .car (any .car) in the series\cars folder where you want to create the new .car and make a copy of it. (ie: xxx.cup.car.copy) Put your .tga in the "export_import" folder. Load game, "opponent manager", "import" (import it over xxx.cup.car) then once finished, go back to the series/cars folder and change the name of xxx.cup.car to it's new name. (ie: 123.cup.car) Then change xxx.cup.car.copy back to xxx.cup.car so you have the original still.. Least that's how I've done it. ;)
 
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Easier way is to download the tga file you like ( lets say it's a Camaro tga ) , making note of it's file name, then moving it into the import/export folder in the game. Then go into opponent manager, click on the new button, box posps up, pick chevrolet, then give it a name ( Say like 41_Toms) from there you can then import your tga ( remember the file name ) file onto that blank car, ,then you'll have to fill out the driver info, next do the pit crew the same way. Save it and bam, it's done
 
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Easier way is to download the tga file you like ( lets say it's a Camaro tga ) , making note of it's file name, then moving it into the import/export folder in the game. Then go into opponent manager, click on the new button, box posps up, pick chevrolet, then give it a name ( Say like 41_Toms) from there you can then import your tga ( remember the file name ) file onto that blank car, ,then you'll have to fill out the driver info, next do the pit crew the same way. Save it and bam, it's done
Did this a few minutes ago, thanks for you help!
 

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