American Truck Simulator

American Truck Simulator

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[SCR] Scot A2HD
Type: Trucks
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36.403 MB
Apr 8, 2016 @ 1:39pm
Aug 2, 2017 @ 10:04pm
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[SCR] Scot A2HD

v1.0.6a (ATS 1.28+)
v1.0.6 (ATS 1.6)
v1.0.5 (ATS 1.4-1.5)
v1.0.3 (ATS 1.3)
(1.2 support temporarily dropped)

This is my first truck mod for ATS. It is standalone and can be purchased at any Peterbilt dealership. It comes with a decent variety of accessories and two frame variants. There will be much more in future updates!


Transtar (drive axles)
Kriechbaum (blinker, air brake, gear, and wiper sounds)

Special Thanks:
50keda for his invaluable support while learning SCS Blender Tools, and also for developing SCS Blender Tools

Is this a real truck!?
Yes! The Scot A2HD was a truck produced in Debert, Nova Scotia from 1976 to 1980 by Atlantic Truck Manufacturing, a subsidiary of J. D. Irving Ltd. Most went into service in the fleets of other subsidiaries of Irving: Irving Oil, RST, and Midland to name a few. Its predecessor, the A1HD, was made using a Ford L series cab. The A2HD was made using Scot's own cab from their C1 series tilt-cab with a fiberglass one-piece hood and fender assembly. It was available with a truly integrated sleeper which was practically unheard of at the time.

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Popular Discussions View All (8)
Nov 27, 2017 @ 3:34pm
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Jun 13, 2016 @ 8:55pm
advanced coupling [now added :D]
Dec 20, 2016 @ 8:01pm
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joshuabraden1 20 hours ago 
are you ever going to be a sleeper on it?
MackSuperlinerFan Mar 13 @ 7:06pm 
Any chance of getting the old Ford Louisville into a game? Just was thinking after seeing the A1HD was built from a Ford L-Series cab with little orginiality to it.
Aido Mar 13 @ 3:42pm 
Possibly on my end im no expert but the interior has a pink tinge to it and sometimes turns other components in the interiors of other trucks pink.

maybe its a missing texture for chrome?

other than that nice truck!
Xenon Blast Mar 12 @ 5:19pm 
Not to be rude Smarty, but is there going to BE another update anytime soon?
Smarty  [author] Mar 12 @ 4:09pm 
Guthrie: It's definitely capable, but it requires some care when selecting drivetrain components, some patience, and some driver skill. When I'm using it for anything in the Heavy Cargo DLC, I usually have my Scot specced with the KTA 525 and a non-overdrive transmission with 4.33 or 4.44 final drive. I've had a fair bit of success with an 8LL transmission, but you might prefer a 15 speed for the extra deep reduction gears.

As for quick jobs, there isn't a heavy configuration for the Scot yet, but I should be adding one in the next update if I don't forget.
Guthrie Mar 12 @ 12:53pm 
I assume the answer is no, but does anyone know if this truck is capable of hauling heavy cargo?
Gouranga Mar 10 @ 11:47am 
Pretty pretty pretty please the sleeper <3
willcopshaw Mar 8 @ 2:06am 
Any chance of adding a sleeper version, pretty please.
Trucker Joe Mar 2 @ 2:29pm 
Yup, figured it out. Thank you!!!
Smarty  [author] Mar 2 @ 11:21am 
Have a look at your paint job definition. Odds are you need to change the alternate_uvset attribute (either true to false or false to true). If I remember correctly, I only ever set up one uvset on this truck. Hopefully that helps.