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Tank cars come in three colors: Black, white, and orange-red. (However, only the orange-red ones are actually hauled by [[Train (GTA V)|trains]].) A rusted, wrecked version can also be found. Like other movable train cars, this one will not explode if shot at, or if the player sets off explosives near it.
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Three different Tank cars can be found. The first is an orange car largely unique in design but with a somewhat European influence. This car can commonly be seen being pulled by [[Freight Train|freight trains]].
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The second is a black car based on the standard North American DOT-111 tank car. This car can be found as a static object in train yards and sidings.
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The last is rusted, wrecked white car remiscent of the black car but much older and slightly larger in appearance. It can be found as a static object along the abandoned rail line and rail yard in [[El Burro Heights]] and in scrapyards across San Andreas.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 09:56, November 14, 2017

Black Tank Car 1

A black tank car in Grand Theft Auto V.

The Tank Car is a freight railroad car used to haul liquids in bulk, usually fuel and chemicals. Tank cars appear in Grand Theft Auto IV (and its Episodes), as well as in Grand Theft Auto V

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Grand Theft Auto IV

Tank cars are found around the map's abandoned rail lines, rusted out and useless.

Grand Theft Auto V

Three different Tank cars can be found. The first is an orange car largely unique in design but with a somewhat European influence. This car can commonly be seen being pulled by freight trains.

The second is a black car based on the standard North American DOT-111 tank car. This car can be found as a static object in train yards and sidings.

The last is rusted, wrecked white car remiscent of the black car but much older and slightly larger in appearance. It can be found as a static object along the abandoned rail line and rail yard in El Burro Heights and in scrapyards across San Andreas.

See also

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