Here’s what I’ve been waiting for: An original Amiga version of Street Rod. It’s an “Electronic Arts Distribution” version which means it’s a first release version of Street Rod. This version has a full colour manual. Later versions have a simple black and white photocopied manual and don’t have an “Electronic Arts Distribution” sticker on […]
Here’s a little bit of extra background information on Street Rod. It was just some information I came across long time ago and I wanted to share it. Logical Design Works used the label California Dreams to release Street Rod and Street Rod 2. Note the trademark sign in the upper right corner of the […]
The following original copy of Street Rod is for sale on Ebay. Note: I am not affiliated with the seller. Street Rod for IBM PC Buy now price (or make an offer): $74.99 / €54,38 $67.49 / €49,16 $50.00 / €36,57 Sold
I’ll be watching my mailbox frequently this week, I’m expecting a special package.
There’s an article (in German/auf Deutsch) about Street Rod in Aktueller Software Markt March 1990. Take a look at the Press page to view the article.
How do you get more money in Street Rod? Buy the 1949 Chevrolet 2dr Styleline for $475 Remove the transmission Completely remove the engine Sell the car for $30000
If you wonder how to play Street Rod on Windows, here’s a quick guide: Download DOSBox for Windows here (select “Run” when asked what to do with the file). Install DOSBox Select “Yes” when asked whether to allow the program “from an unknown publisher to make changes to this computer”. Click “Next”, “Next” and “Install”. […]