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An unarmed civilian version in Esperito City.
|Vehicle in Just Cause|
|Type||Pick-up type car|
Some have Mounted Guns.
|List of owners||Civilians|
The Hurst Buckaroo is a car in Just Cause (1).
Despite its Australian-sounding name, it's a 1950's-style American pick-up, most likely based on the Chevrolet 3100 from Chevrolet's "Advance Design" series.
It has 2 seats. Normally you can never have a passenger, but it's possible to have a Mounted Gun operator in the cargo compartment, during the "liberation" sidemissions. Unusually for a pick-up truck, its cargo compartment door opens to the side, instead of down.
The mounted gun can only be operated by a Guerrilla/Rioja who's standing in the cargo compartment. Of course, this is during a liberation when you're driving it.
It's made by the fictional Hurst company.
It has decent speed and handling for a vehicle of its type. It can ram other cars quite well but is futile against something like the Battaille GPT-6. It can gain some impressive air time when hitting jumps and ramps at high speed. It is not faster than San Esperito Police Department vehicles.
The Buckaroo can also withstand a few magazines worth of any shotgun and can survive a missile hit (Rico will still receive a lot of damage) but mostly the truck will catch fire so ditching the Buckaroo seems quite a waste for an all-around vehicle.
Locations and versionsEdit
|Rioja Cartel||Yellowish||Mounted Gun||
Montano Cartel versionEdit