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St. Louis, MO 1999 USHRA Monster Jam World Finals 1.0.0

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This is a replica of the 1999 USHRA Monster Jam World Finals event, held on April 3 at the Trans World Dome (now The Dome at America's Center), in St. Louis, MO. This zip includes 3 versions of the track: Racing, and two versions of Freestyle (one with solid junk car props, and one with crushable junk cars).

The lineup for this event included:
-Avenger (Jim Koehler)
-Bear Foot (Brian Womack)
-Bulldozer (Tom Meents)
-Bustin' Loose (Ron Nelson)
-Carolina Crusher (Gary Porter)
-Cyborg (Jack Koberna)
-Equalizer (David Morris)
-Executioner (Mark Hall)
-Grave Digger #12 (Dennis Anderson)
-Gun Slinger (Scott Hartsock)
-King Krunch (Scott Stephens)
-Little Tiger (Brian Barthel)
-Monster Patrol (Paul Shafer)
-Mountaineer (Robbie Gray)
-Reptoid (Jim Jack)
-Samson (Dan Patrick)



Stadium Model - DiggerFan
Junk Cars - Casey Graves
Crushable Junk Cars - DiggerFan
Ramps/Obstacles - DiggerFan
Signs/Banners - DiggerFan
Poles - DiggerFan
Trees - DiggerFan

Dirt Textures - RockCrwlr, chalk lines by DiggerFan
Tarp Textures - Casey Graves, recoloured by DiggerFan
Crowd Textures - RockCrwlr
Press Box Textures - RockCrwlr
Roof Texture - Casey Graves, recoloured by DiggerFan
Stair Textures - RockCrwlr
LED Lightboard Texture - RockCrwlr, modified by DiggerFan

Also, thanks to Mark Iron, mdemko, and Roach for testing this track.

If I forgot anyone, please notify me as soon as possible.



-If the crushable junk cars are non-collidable in-game, make sure that you don't have "Disable inter-vehicle collisions" selected in the "Advanced" tab of the RoR config.

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Yet another fantastic track replica by you! I'm seriously impressed by your hard work on these projects, so keep it up! As usual, expect a picture of this soon. ;)

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Very clean & accurate work. During MTM2's heyday, this was a much desired replica that a few of us built; it's nice to revisit it with such great detail and better physics. The crushable cars make driving much more enjoyable as well.

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I love the crushable cars, but they kinda seem a bit too firm, like it takes a while to get some real destruction, and almost mainly on the roof.

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