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An anon user added: "OR YOU CAN FIND IT BY THE AIRPORT. in the bottom left corner if the airppot(when you first cross the east bridge) there is a fence/wall. climb it and on the other side there should be crates/boxes/portable grages/hangers. in one of them there is a Kaneda." - I've removed it pending verification. --user452 23:38, February 20, 2012 (UTC)
- It's true, when you follow the described route you will find a Kaneda in a open Container. SUV-Riderz. 23:57, February 20, 2012 (UTC)
- Excellent, thanks. Since you know exactly where it is, could you please rewrite it to make it easier to read? --user452 00:06, February 21, 2012 (UTC)
- I spent over an hour looking all over the airport and cannot find it, there are no open Containers anywhere. Additionally, there are no walls anywhere around the airport that cannot be driven through, so there instructions given make no sense. --user452 22:58, February 24, 2012 (UTC)
"can not normally be modified in Saints Row 2, as there is no generic version of this vehicle"Edit
I don't see how this is a good way of putting it. Whether or not the mechanic will modify the vehic for you simply depends on whether the variant is flagged as modifiable, not whether a generic variant exists or not. Example: Whether the Saints Taxi can be modified is independent of the existence of generic taxis. SuperNull (talk) 15:58, July 3, 2013 (UTC)
- It has been common parlance on the wiki since before I joined to refer to "normal" vehicles as "generic", as opposed to reward or unique vehicles. The text "There is no generic version of this vehicle" itself predates me. Because the reward Kaneda is known to be unique, saying "there is no generic version is intended to indicate "there is no modifiable version". But you're right, it's not the best wording, so I've reworded it to make it more clear that there is only a single variant, which is defined as non-customisable. -452 16:18, July 3, 2013 (UTC)