Dirty Worka, leader of one of the Reaper Lords, a top GTA Online and Red Dead Online clan, calls the rarest car Vapid Lost Slamvan undeniably sexy & the fact that it was unobtainable made it extremely desirable. For ages, Grand Theft Auto Online players have been fanatical about Vapid Lost Slamvan, a vehicle that is ordinary except for the fact that there is no regular way to obtain it. Players could practice on the Lost Slamvan in story missions, but they couldn’t retain the lowrider. Certain players avoided it through the use of hiccups. Los Santos residents soon discovered that placing the car into a garage guaranteed that the Lost Slamvan would be deleted from your inventory.
The Lost Slamvan is a variation on the base Slamvan. It can now be bought from the game. The car has tweaked tail lights, license plates, and liveries.
“The reality is, the thing is almost undriveable!” Dirty Worka persists. “It has insane horse power and slides all over the road but the raw power, murdered look, and outlawed status make it a cult classic.”
Things have altered with the release of GTA Online’s casino (オンラインカジノ). The update introduces a Lucky Wheel. With this update the players can spin once per day for a prize, unrestricted, without charge. To begin with, it’s a one in 20 possibility to win a “mystery prize.” Mystery prizes can be a pack of cigarettes or a T-shirt. Vehicles are a type of mystery prize too. Though according to GTA there’s only 14 percent chance you’ll win a car after mooring on the Lucky Wheel. One has less than 0.005 percent chance of getting a Lost Slamvan from the Lucky Wheel’s mystery prize. Thus it’s the rarest car in the entire game.
The statistics made staunch GTA Online players crazy. But now, there’s a legit way of earning one of the utmost desirable cars in Los Santos! Players are supposedly whirling the Lucky Wheel in each chance they get with the expectation of winning the car. Some are taking the other way out by using the glitches to get the car as the game seemingly permits you to retain the Slamvan once you have it.
GTA Forums member LeakyLine says, “I bitched and moaned for years after Rockstar took my vans from me and four years later, the Lost Slamvan is mine again.”
“I never imagined I would see the day where Rockstar isn’t blacklisted, and see so many players still being interested in a vehicle that was added four years ago,” informs another GTA Forums member Classique. “It’s like seeing your crush again. But where the flame hasn’t died after so many years. It’s kind of like Romeo and Juliet; a forbidden love that still happened. And Juliet has visually not aged a tiny bit. I am so glad to say that owning the Forbidden Van is no longer a sin.”