RE: 1969 Car[edit source]
Hey, Turzy310. I'm not sure if you were asking something with your post on my talk page. Were you asking me if there's a 1960s and 1970s car that has thin taillights like the L4D/L4D2 Plymouth Fury? If so I'm afraid I have no idea - but it's not the responsibility of the Left 4 Dead Wiki to know or display that kind of nitty gritty information.
There are so many things that appear in the Left 4 Dead universe, and if we were to spend time writing articles going into detail on all of them, we'd be creating new articles non-stop - we'd have to write about car brands, manhole cover manufacturers, types of computers, etc., but hopefully you get the point. It would become increasingly difficult to find information that's genuinely relevant to Left 4 Dead.
It's for this reason I had to delete your recently created articles Buick Century and Plymouth Fury. I'm sorry, but they simply do not belong as articles on this wiki. I'm curious that a large majority of your edits seem to be car-related, you seem to know your stuff when it comes to cars! Have you considered checking out Autopedia?
RE: cars[edit source]
Thank you for clarifying. I've seen both pages numerous times, but never really bothered to change the note. The original note was written as "early 90s" due to the assumption that 90's cars are more rounded than ones from the late 80's, and the Century we see in game is far more round than the actual thing. Thanks again for fixing it!
By the way, since you and I are both car guys it seems, between you and me, the SUV in L4D2 listed as a "Chevrolet K5 Blazer" doesn't look like a Blazer at all, it looks more like a C10 with a camper shell.
RE: L4DFacts[edit source]
I appreciate the gesture, though I was already aware of IMFDB. Glad to see someone else is up on their guns and cars knowledge.