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What is the Yardie Car on GTA 3?

Have you ever played GTA 3 and noticed a red car speeding around the city? Chances are, you were seeing a Yardie Car. But what is it exactly? Here’s everything you need to know.

What is a Yardie Car in GTA 3?

The Yardie Lobo is a gang vehicle that can be found in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Advance, and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. 

In Grand Theft Auto Advance, it is referred to simply as the “Yardie.” The Uptown Yardies gang drives a two-door muscle car called the Yardie Lobo. It has leopard-print seats, stylish wheels, hydraulic suspensions that work, a pair of pink fuzzy dice hanging from the rearview mirror, and red door panels inside. 

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In Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, it has a simple red body and a yellow soft top. In terms of general appearance, the car is similar to a 1971 to 1975 Chevrolet Impala Sport or Custom Coupe and a 1971 to 1975 Caprice Coupe, while the front is based on a 1975 to 1976 Caprice and a 1976 Impala. The taillights resemble the 1965 Impala more closely. 

The Lobo in GTA Liberty City Stories also has a sports car-like engine sound, suggesting it is a high-performance car, like other sedan and station wagon-based gang cars in the game. 

It lacks a non-gang variant, much like the Cartel Cruiser, Forelli Excess, and Sindacco Argento, although its closest non-gang rivals are the Esperanto and Idaho. The first car in the Grand Theft Auto series with hydraulic suspensions [1] is the Yardie Lobo.

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Where Can You Find a Yardie Car in GTA 3?

If you drive  in Newport, particularly on the Newport bridge at Fort Staunton, will likely spot a Yardie car or Yardie Posse. 

You are more likely to acquire a Yardie from the bridge than from anywhere else since Yardie cars always pass by there frequently.

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