QUIZ: Only a True Car Fanatic Can Answer These Questions!

Only a true car enthusiast will be able to name everything from the model, year, or type of engine of a car just by looking at a photo. There’s no bigger pleasure in life than getting behind the wheel of a car, gripping the steering wheel, and heading off to an unknown land. If anyone reading this can relate to this exhilarating feeling, then you shouldn’t have any problems acing this quiz about the most classic and noteworthy cars ever produced.

Only a true car enthusiast will be able to name everything from the model, year, or type of engine of a car just by looking at a photo. There’s no bigger pleasure in life than getting behind the wheel of a car, gripping the steering wheel, and heading off to an unknown land. If anyone reading this can relate to this exhilarating feeling, then you shouldn’t have any problems acing this quiz about the most classic and noteworthy cars ever produced.

The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette looked like a torpedo as it headed down the road, but it was actually named after which sea creature?

  • The Cuttlefish
  • The Tiger Shark
  • The Sea Serpent
  • The Sting Ray

Produced from 1963 to 1967, this second-generation Corvette model was dubbed the “Sting Ray” not just because of its sleekness, but in homage to the 1959 race car with the same name. And yet most people just called it the C2.

Produced from 1963 to 1967, this second-generation Corvette model was dubbed the “Sting Ray” not just because of its sleekness, but in homage to the 1959 race car with the same name. And yet most people just called it the C2.

This 1961 car was called the E Type, but who manufactured it?

  • Jaguar
  • Aston Martin
  • Ford
  • Bentley

Manufactured by Jaguar Cars Ltd from 1961 to 1975, the Jaguar E-Type provided high performance and aesthetics in a pleasing form. It was also known as the Jaguar XK-E in North America.

Manufactured by Jaguar Cars Ltd from 1961 to 1975, the Jaguar E-Type provided high performance and aesthetics in a pleasing form. It was also known as the Jaguar XK-E in North America.

In 1955, Chevrolet christened this vehicle after a neighborhood in California.

  • Bel Air
  • Hollywood
  • Los Angeles
  • Las Cruces

Bel Air was dubbed the “Hot One” in advertising campaigns and was a second-generation vehicle produced by Chevrolet from 1955 to 1957. It also had a V8 engine option, which made it the first Chevy to have this type of engine since 1917.

Bel Air was dubbed the “Hot One” in advertising campaigns and was a second-generation vehicle produced by Chevrolet from 1955 to 1957. It also had a V8 engine option, which made it the first Chevy to have this type of engine since 1917.

It was curvy and had oval shaped headlights that made heads turn, but most people couldn’t afford it. What was it called?

  • Pagani Huayra
  • Jaguar E-Type Roadster
  • Mitsubishi Galant
  • Mercedes-Benz 190SL

The Jaguar E-Type Roadster was modeled after the D-Type racing car. It’s actually a British sports car that was manufactured from 1961 to 1975 and could hit speeds up to 150 miles per hour.

The Jaguar E-Type Roadster was modeled after the D-Type racing car. It’s actually a British sports car that was manufactured from 1961 to 1975 and could hit speeds up to 150 miles per hour.

What is the name of this slick-looking vehicle?

  • Nissan Skyline
  • Toyota Corona
  • 1961 Jaguar E-Type
  • Mercedes-Benz 190SL

The Jaguar E-Type was nicknamed XK-E and it could reach speeds of up to 150 miles per hour. The vehicle was sleek and futuristic looking and was produced from 1961 to 1975.

The Jaguar E-Type was nicknamed XK-E and it could reach speeds of up to 150 miles per hour. The vehicle was sleek and futuristic looking and was produced from 1961 to 1975.

What is the name of this futuristic looking vehicle that looks a bit like the Batmobile?

  • Cadillac CTS
  • Lamborghini Reventon
  • Isuzu Sport
  • Mitsubishi Mirage

The Lamborghini Reventon is considered one of the most expensive vehicles ever because they’re worth over $2,000,000. Sadly, only 21 were manufactured. But those who own one can burn rubber up to 205 miles per hour.

The Lamborghini Reventon is considered one of the most expensive vehicles ever because they’re worth over $2,000,000. Sadly, only 21 were manufactured. But those who own one can burn rubber up to 205 miles per hour.

It was a gas guzzler but anyone who owned this vehicle was considered the cream of the crop.

  • Mazda 808
  • Acura Integra
  • Buick Riviera Boattail
  • Subaru Impreza

The vehicle was produced from 1971 to 1973 but only privileged few models had this uniquely styled backend appropriately named the boattail. And recently, car enthusiasts have grown eager to own this 1970s car.

The vehicle was produced from 1971 to 1973 but only privileged few models had this uniquely styled backend appropriately named the boattail. And recently, car enthusiasts have grown eager to own this 1970s car.

What is the name of this car which is pretty common and popular on the West Coast of the United States?

  • BXR Model X
  • Avanti Studebaker
  • Tesla Model S
  • DuPont Model H

The five-door Tesla Model S is unlike most other cars because it runs on electricity and can hit 60 miles per hour in less than 3 seconds. And best of all, one charge can take a driver up to 402 miles.

The five-door Tesla Model S is unlike most other cars because it runs on electricity and can hit 60 miles per hour in less than 3 seconds. And best of all, one charge can take a driver up to 402 miles.

What car manufacturer does this logo belong to?

  • Saab
  • Subaru
  • BMW
  • Mercedes-Benz

The iconic logo is called the “roundel” and it has the colors blue and white from the flag of the German state of Bavaria, which coincidentally is where the BMW originated.

The iconic logo is called the “roundel” and it has the colors blue and white from the flag of the German state of Bavaria, which coincidentally is where the BMW originated.

What is the name of this American vehicle that was produced shortly after a war?

  • Ford Thunderbird
  • Chevrolet Silverado
  • Lincoln Continental
  • Opel Astra

This Ford Thunderbird was produced in 1955 and it was first-generation. The Thunderbird made quite a hit in the American market compared to the Corvette and the vehicle was mentioned in the Beach Boys’ song “Fun Fun Fun.”

This Ford Thunderbird was produced in 1955 and it was first-generation. The Thunderbird made quite a hit in the American market compared to the Corvette and the vehicle was mentioned in the Beach Boys’ song “Fun Fun Fun.”

It was considered classy, but this car had some muscles, too, not to mention an extra exhaust pipe on the passenger side.

  • Chrysler Imperial
  • General Motors Y Platform
  • Chevrolet Corvette
  • Ford Galaxie

The second-generation Chevrolet Corvette became “America’s Sports Car” after it starred in the hit television series “Route 66.” Despite this, the vehicle was only produced from 1962 to 1967.

The second-generation Chevrolet Corvette became “America’s Sports Car” after it starred in the hit television series “Route 66.” Despite this, the vehicle was only produced from 1962 to 1967.

What is the name of this race-car-type vehicle with the stripes running down the middle?

  • Pontiac Fiero
  • Hyundai Sonata
  • Buick LeSabre
  • Ford GT

The Ford GT was modeled after the 1960s Ford GT40. This mid-engine sports car is a two-seater and there have been several models produced over the years including a 2021 model which has received significant upgrades like a titanium exhaust system.

The Ford GT was modeled after the 1960s Ford GT40. This mid-engine sports car is a two-seater and there have been several models produced over the years including a 2021 model which has received significant upgrades like a titanium exhaust system.

This car should look quite familiar to anyone who’s a fan of a particular James Bond film.

  • The 1960 Plymouth Belvedere
  • The 1962 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop
  • The 1963 Aston Martin DB5
  • The 1960 Cadillac Coupe de Ville

Believe it or not; two Aston Martin DB5s were built specifically for the James Bond film “Goldfinger,” one of which had a whole bunch of gadgets that the world-famous spy used to his advantage.

Believe it or not; two Aston Martin DB5s were built specifically for the James Bond film “Goldfinger,” one of which had a whole bunch of gadgets that the world-famous spy used to his advantage.

What is the name of this vehicle that was popular in the 1960s, just not in America?

  • Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud
  • Triumph Spitfire
  • Rockin Coaster
  • Thundertank

The Triumph Spitfire was produced by the Triumph Motor Company in Coventry, England, and thousands were sold in Europe between 1962 and 1980. But it wasn’t such a hit in the United States.

The Triumph Spitfire was produced by the Triumph Motor Company in Coventry, England, and thousands were sold in Europe between 1962 and 1980. But it wasn’t such a hit in the United States.

This car made its debut on the market in Japan way back in 1969. What was it called?

  • Dodge Charger
  • Nissan Fairlady Z
  • Ford Bronco
  • Chrysler New Yorker

The first-generation Nissan Fairlady Z went by another name. It was called the Datsun 24OZ. The vehicle was designed to be a sports car but it’s not the only one of its kind. There have been 6 generations with a seventh-generation model in the works.

The first-generation Nissan Fairlady Z went by another name. It was called the Datsun 24OZ. The vehicle was designed to be a sports car but it’s not the only one of its kind. There have been 6 generations with a seventh-generation model in the works.

Which car manufacturer was responsible for this mini-limo?

  • Ford
  • Fiat
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • BMW

The Type 300 Limo certainly isn’t as long as the limos most Hollywood celebs ride in, but it was pretty popular in the 1950s. Mercedes-Benz manufactured these from 1951 all the way to 1957.

The Type 300 Limo certainly isn’t as long as the limos most Hollywood celebs ride in, but it was pretty popular in the 1950s. Mercedes-Benz manufactured these from 1951 all the way to 1957.

What is the name of this vehicle from the 1950s that was named after a legendary land?

  • Oldsmobile Utopia
  • Bentley Continental
  • Cadillac Eldorado
  • Lamborghini Countach

The Cadillac Eldorado was manufactured in 1954 and was named after El Dorado, the Lost City of Gold in South America. In Spanish, the name roughly translates to the golden one.

The Cadillac Eldorado was manufactured in 1954 and was named after El Dorado, the Lost City of Gold in South America. In Spanish, the name roughly translates to the golden one.

What did people call this GT 350, which was considered an early model?

  • Cheetahs
  • Cobras
  • Cougars
  • Vipers

The GT 350 was called an early model because the manufacturer Shelby American had also built the Ford-powered AC “Cobra.” Therefore, the two vehicles had the same cobra emblem.

The GT 350 was called an early model because the manufacturer Shelby American had also built the Ford-powered AC “Cobra.” Therefore, the two vehicles had the same cobra emblem.

What is the name of this luxurious sports cars with a fan in its rear?

  • Nissan 911 Turbo
  • Porsche Cayenne
  • Ram SRT10
  • Dodge Viper

The third-generation Dodge Viper (ZB 1) was manufactured in 2003 and has a 500-horsepower engine. But most people recognize the angles of the exterior that were designed by Osamu Shikado.

The third-generation Dodge Viper (ZB 1) was manufactured in 2003 and has a 500-horsepower engine. But most people recognize the angles of the exterior that were designed by Osamu Shikado.

What is the name of this Ford car that was meant to serve as the Corvette’s counterpart?

  • Thunderbird
  • Fairlane
  • Alpine
  • Lincoln

The Thunderbird, or T-Bird as it was affectionately nicknamed, was the first of its kind produced in 1955. This two-seat convertible was designed to compete against the Chevy Corvette which had gone on display at the New York Auto Show.

The Thunderbird, or T-Bird as it was affectionately nicknamed, was the first of its kind produced in 1955. This two-seat convertible was designed to compete against the Chevy Corvette which had gone on display at the New York Auto Show.

What is the name of this slick black vehicle that was produced in 1967?

  • Mercury Cougar
  • Pontiac Firebird
  • Chevrolet Camaro
  • Ford Sportsroof

The Chevrolet Camaro was available with the choice of a V8 or a straight-6 engine. It was also closely related to the Pontiac Firebird. The first-generation Camaro was eventually succeeded by its second-generation counterpart.

The Chevrolet Camaro was available with the choice of a V8 or a straight-6 engine. It was also closely related to the Pontiac Firebird. The first-generation Camaro was eventually succeeded by its second-generation counterpart.

Chevrolet built this car to compete against the Ford Mustang and Plymouth Belvedere. What was it called?

  • The Chevelle
  • The DeVille
  • The Firebrigade
  • The Cadillac

The Ford Chevelle was produced from 1963 to 1977 but didn’t go on the market until 1964. And yet, the mid-size vehicle proved itself against heavy competitors like Ford and Plymouth. But it was succeeded by the Chevrolet Malibu.

The Ford Chevelle was produced from 1963 to 1977 but didn’t go on the market until 1964. And yet, the mid-size vehicle proved itself against heavy competitors like Ford and Plymouth. But it was succeeded by the Chevrolet Malibu.

What is the name of this vehicle that looks like all the windows are squinting?

  • Muntz Jet
  • Mercury Eight
  • Aston Martin DB5
  • Mercer Type 35

The Mercury Eight was advertised by Ford’s Mercury division from 1939 to 1951. It was the only vehicle that the company produced during that time but the full-size vehicle was eventually succeeded by the Mercury Monterey.

The Mercury Eight was advertised by Ford’s Mercury division from 1939 to 1951. It was the only vehicle that the company produced during that time but the full-size vehicle was eventually succeeded by the Mercury Monterey.

What was the name of this Plymouth performance vehicle from 1968?

  • Dusky
  • Silicon
  • Road Runner
  • Falcon

The Plymouth Road Runner was marketed as a low-priced mid-size car with more basic trims than most muscle cars of the era. Plymouth also paid Warner Bros. to use the name of their popular Looney Tunes characters Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner and the infamous “beep, beep” sound for their horn.

The Plymouth Road Runner was marketed as a low-priced mid-size car with more basic trims than most muscle cars of the era. Plymouth also paid Warner Bros. to use the name of their popular Looney Tunes characters Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner and the infamous “beep, beep” sound for their horn.

Who manufactured this vehicle that many in its era would have considered cool and hip?

  • Kia Soul
  • Volkswagen Tiguan
  • Volvo P1800
  • BMW i8

The Volvo P1800 is a rear-drive sports car that was made between 1961 and 1973. At the time, it was considered less of a sports car and more of a touring car. It was also driven by actor Roger Moore (a future James Bond actor) on the show “The Saint.”

The Volvo P1800 is a rear-drive sports car that was made between 1961 and 1973. At the time, it was considered less of a sports car and more of a touring car. It was also driven by actor Roger Moore (a future James Bond actor) on the show “The Saint.”

What is the name of this Chevrolet from 1953?

  • Silverado
  • Sierra
  • Tanker
  • Corvette

The Chevrolet Corvette (C1) was released in 1953 and has been dubbed the “solid-axle” generation because the independent rear suspension didn’t pop up until the 1963 Sting Ray came around. Sadly, the Corvette failed to meet driver’s expectations. Fortunately, Chevy made some improvements by the time the C2 was released.

The Chevrolet Corvette (C1) was released in 1953 and has been dubbed the “solid-axle” generation because the independent rear suspension didn’t pop up until the 1963 Sting Ray came around. Sadly, the Corvette failed to meet driver’s expectations. Fortunately, Chevy made some improvements by the time the C2 was released.

This car was called the Elan and it was released back in 1962. But who was responsible for manufacturing it?

  • Honda
  • Buick
  • Lotus Cars
  • Chevrolet

Lotus Cars manufactured Elan, a vehicle that weighed little over 1,500 pounds. Now that might seem like a lot, but as far as cars go? This was actually considered the lightweight of vehicles in the 1960s.

Lotus Cars manufactured Elan, a vehicle that weighed little over 1,500 pounds. Now that might seem like a lot, but as far as cars go? This was actually considered the lightweight of vehicles in the 1960s.

This sportscar put the P in pricey. But we’re not talking a couple of Gs. This vehicle was over $1 million. Guess the name of the car pictured.

  • Cadillac Calais
  • Ferrari 250 GT
  • Dodge Viper
  • Ford Thunderbird

The Ferrari 250 GT was produced in the late 1950s and early 1960s, but only a few were made and they cost $15 million. So naturally, only someone who was filthy rich could afford to park one of these in their home garage.

The Ferrari 250 GT was produced in the late 1950s and early 1960s, but only a few were made and they cost $15 million. So naturally, only someone who was filthy rich could afford to park one of these in their home garage.

What is the name of this vehicle? Hint: It became available in 1966.

  • Olds Vista Cruiser
  • Olds 88
  • Oldsmobile Starfire
  • Oldsmobile Toronado

The Toronado, which was originally intended as a show car was released in 1966 by Oldsmobile. The company had the high hopes that this vehicle would be able to compete against the Buick Riviera and the Ford Thunderbird.

The Toronado, which was originally intended as a show car was released in 1966 by Oldsmobile. The company had the high hopes that this vehicle would be able to compete against the Buick Riviera and the Ford Thunderbird.

This 1956 Dodge is the namesake of a crown that only a prince and princess wear. What was its name?

  • The coronet
  • The tiara
  • The coronex
  • The royal

The Dodge Coronet, which was produced from 1955 to 1956, was styled to look wider, longer and lower than its predecessors. It also had power windows, which at the time were all the rage because it was a new technology.

The Dodge Coronet, which was produced from 1955 to 1956, was styled to look wider, longer and lower than its predecessors. It also had power windows, which at the time were all the rage because it was a new technology.

What is the name of this luxurious 1952 vehicle with larger-than-life front grills?

  • MG
  • Jaguar
  • Aston Martin
  • Bentley

Bentley manufactured the R Type Continental four-seater to be the fastest vehicle available thanks to its 130-horsepower engine. The car came with a 4-speed manual transmission but a 4-speed automatic transmission was also available.

Bentley manufactured the R Type Continental four-seater to be the fastest vehicle available thanks to its 130-horsepower engine. The car came with a 4-speed manual transmission but a 4-speed automatic transmission was also available.

This vehicle had an engine that offered lots of horsepower but it was very pricey. What was it called?

  • Isuzu Rodeo
  • Lexus GS430
  • Porsche 911
  • Dodge Viper GTS

The Dodge Viper GTS, also known as Phase ZB, was manufactured in 2003 and had a 500-horsepower engine. But anyone looking to take this vehicle out for a spin would have to fork over about $100,000.

The Dodge Viper GTS, also known as Phase ZB, was manufactured in 2003 and had a 500-horsepower engine. But anyone looking to take this vehicle out for a spin would have to fork over about $100,000.

What is the name of this muscle vehicle?

  • Porsche 911 GT3
  • Dodge Diplomat
  • Suzuki SX4
  • Pontiac Grand Am

The first-generation Pontiac Grand Am was built in Pontiac, Michigan, and introduced in 1972 as a model for the following year. There have been several models over the years. Sadly, the prestigious line ended in 2005.

The first-generation Pontiac Grand Am was built in Pontiac, Michigan, and introduced in 1972 as a model for the following year. There have been several models over the years. Sadly, the prestigious line ended in 2005.

This high-end sports car had doors that opened up instead of outward like most vehicles. What was it called?

  • Porsche Targa
  • Mazda Cosmo
  • McLaren 720 S
  • Lamborghini Diablo

The Lamborghini Diablo popped up in the market in 1990 and has a top cruising speed of 200 miles per hour. In fact, it was so popular and futuristic looking that it was produced up until 2001.

The Lamborghini Diablo popped up in the market in 1990 and has a top cruising speed of 200 miles per hour. In fact, it was so popular and futuristic looking that it was produced up until 2001.

Consumers were very upset by the earlier concepts of this vehicle because of safety issues. What was its name?

  • The Rambler American
  • The Plymouth Valiant
  • The Chevrolet Corvair
  • The Buick Skylark

Consumer activists and even Ralph Nader, a future presidential candidate, called the vehicle unsafe at any speeds because of low tire pressure differentials between the front and rear tires. This led to potentially dangerous issues on the road.

Consumer activists and even Ralph Nader, a future presidential candidate, called the vehicle unsafe at any speeds because of low tire pressure differentials between the front and rear tires. This led to potentially dangerous issues on the road.

What is the name of this 1961 Chevy?

  • Continental
  • Impala Sport Coupe
  • Corvette Sting Ray
  • Seda de Ville

It may not look like the Impala that came around a few years later, but this third-generation Impala Sports Coupe that was produced from 1960 to 1964 was considered quite a hit in its day.

It may not look like the Impala that came around a few years later, but this third-generation Impala Sports Coupe that was produced from 1960 to 1964 was considered quite a hit in its day.

The Alfa Romeo Spider was released in 1966. Who built it and where did it get its name from?

  • Portugal
  • Switzerland
  • Brazil
  • Italy

The Alfa Romeo Spider was made and advertised by the Alfa Romeo firm. The 2-door vehicle has survived four generations of cars from 1966 to 1994, which is rare indeed but was ultimately succeeded by the Alfa Romeo GTV in 1995.

The Alfa Romeo Spider was made and advertised by the Alfa Romeo firm. The 2-door vehicle has survived four generations of cars from 1966 to 1994, which is rare indeed but was ultimately succeeded by the Alfa Romeo GTV in 1995.

This All-American classic vehicle was on every teenage boy’s Christmas and birthday list. What was it called?

  • Bentley T1
  • Ferrari 750 Monza Spyder
  • Dodge Coronet
  • Pontiac Firebird

Over 100,000 Pontiac Firebirds were sold in the 1970s. It was considered one of the hottest and most in-demand muscle cars in the late 20th century. No wonder why everyone wanted to own one!

Over 100,000 Pontiac Firebirds were sold in the 1970s. It was considered one of the hottest and most in-demand muscle cars in the late 20th century. No wonder why everyone wanted to own one!

Everyone in Hollywood was crazy in love with this sports car during the 1960s and 1970s. What was its name?

  • Lamborghini Miura
  • Porsche 959
  • Saab 900 Turbo
  • Tesla Model S

The manufacturing company built 764 Lamborghini Miuras from 1966 to 1973, which made these two-seaters very popular and in high demand. But it was the Hollywood celebrities of this era that were obsessed with driving this car.

The manufacturing company built 764 Lamborghini Miuras from 1966 to 1973, which made these two-seaters very popular and in high demand. But it was the Hollywood celebrities of this era that were obsessed with driving this car.

As far as luxurious cars go, this was considered one of this manufacturing company’s first luxury cars. Who manufactured it and what was the name of the vehicle?

  • Honda Accord
  • Chevrolet Impala
  • Mitsubishi Montero
  • Lincoln Continental Mark II

At the time, the brand-new Lincoln Motor Company (which is now a division of Ford) manufactured the Continental Mark II from 1956 to 1957. It was considered America’s most expensive luxury vehicle.

At the time, the brand-new Lincoln Motor Company (which is now a division of Ford) manufactured the Continental Mark II from 1956 to 1957. It was considered America’s most expensive luxury vehicle.

This car looks amazing, but people who have driven it have found that it wasn’t quite as easy to drive it.

  • Toyota FJ40
  • Lotec 681
  • Speranza Motors Chery
  • Lotus Esprit

The version in the photo is a fourth-generation model. The Lotus Cars company produced over 10,000 of these vehicles between 1976 and 2005. Despite this, a lot of drivers felt that the fourth-gen version didn’t carry well on the road.

The version in the photo is a fourth-generation model. The Lotus Cars company produced over 10,000 of these vehicles between 1976 and 2005. Despite this, a lot of drivers felt that the fourth-gen version didn’t carry well on the road.

This vehicle was made by an American car manufacturing company that has since gone out of business.

  • Virginia
  • Antigonish
  • Roanoke
  • Plymouth

The vehicle was a 1956 Belvedere produced by Plymouth and succeeded the Plymouth Cranbrook. It was also known as the Dodge Mayfair in Canada. But it was succeeded by the Plymouth Satellite in the 1970s.

The vehicle was a 1956 Belvedere produced by Plymouth and succeeded the Plymouth Cranbrook. It was also known as the Dodge Mayfair in Canada. But it was succeeded by the Plymouth Satellite in the 1970s.

What country was this 1956 Fire Dome built in?

  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • Italy
  • The United States

The automobile manufacturing company was called DeSoto and it was part of Chrysler. Unfortunately, they went out of business way back in 1960. But the 1956 Fire Dome continues to live on in our hearts.

The automobile manufacturing company was called DeSoto and it was part of Chrysler. Unfortunately, they went out of business way back in 1960. But the 1956 Fire Dome continues to live on in our hearts.

It looks more like a go-cart than a car and it may not have been a teen’s top choice when driving around cruising for a date. What is the name of this car?

  • Mazda RX7
  • Toyota Celica
  • Ford Cobra
  • Alfa Romeo P3

The Alfa Romeo P3 was a popular single-seat race car in the 1930s. And don’t get fooled by its appearance. This unusual vehicle won approximately 46 Grand Prix races.

The Alfa Romeo P3 was a popular single-seat race car in the 1930s. And don’t get fooled by its appearance. This unusual vehicle won approximately 46 Grand Prix races.

What is the name of this vehicle that was created to compete with the Cadillac and Lincoln?

  • 1967 Buick Skylark
  • 1969 Aston Martin DB6
  • 1962 Cadillac Sedan de Ville
  • 1964 Chrysler Imperial

The Imperial had power steering and power brakes, which was a big deal in those days. The vehicle was designed by a company called Engel, and it looked so much like the Lincoln Continental that it was practically its spitting image.

The Imperial had power steering and power brakes, which was a big deal in those days. The vehicle was designed by a company called Engel, and it looked so much like the Lincoln Continental that it was practically its spitting image.

Parking this car would not be easy in today’s age because it’s so long, but decades ago, it was seen practically everywhere.

  • Cadillac Eldorado
  • DMC DeLorean
  • Ford F100
  • Dodge Wayfarer

The Cadillac Eldorado or Caddy as it was affectionally called was spotted in most hotspots back in the 1950s. And anyone who was anyone could ID the vehicle from a mile away thanks to its enormous tail fins.

The Cadillac Eldorado or Caddy as it was affectionally called was spotted in most hotspots back in the 1950s. And anyone who was anyone could ID the vehicle from a mile away thanks to its enormous tail fins.

What is the name of this 1960s muscle car that was quite rare?

  • Pontiac Catalina
  • Ford Edge
  • Chevrolet Bel Air
  • Toyota 2000GT

The Toyota 2000GT didn’t go into mass production. In fact, only 351 were built between 1967 and 1970. So it’s not surprising that some have been sold for as much as $1,200,000 at auctions.

The Toyota 2000GT didn’t go into mass production. In fact, only 351 were built between 1967 and 1970. So it’s not surprising that some have been sold for as much as $1,200,000 at auctions.

The manufacturer that produced this car isn’t as popular as GTO or Toyota. What is the name of the car and its manufacturer?

  • Hudson Hornet
  • Aero SSC
  • Koenigsegg Trevita
  • Mini Cooper

The Hudson Motor Car Company went out of business in 1954, but three years earlier, it produced the Hudson Hornet which became famous in the Pixar animated film “Cars” as the design for the character Doc Hudson.

The Hudson Motor Car Company went out of business in 1954, but three years earlier, it produced the Hudson Hornet which became famous in the Pixar animated film “Cars” as the design for the character Doc Hudson.

Which Austrian automaker is responsible for the 356 speedster that popped up on the American market?

  • Volkswagen
  • Porsche
  • BMW
  • Mercedes-Benz

The Porsche 356 A was nicknamed T1 because of the upgrades from the original 356. The vehicle had a four-speed manual transmission. Over the years, replicas of the 356 A have continued to pop up.

The Porsche 356 A was nicknamed T1 because of the upgrades from the original 356. The vehicle had a four-speed manual transmission. Over the years, replicas of the 356 A have continued to pop up.

This was the sports car that a lot of young people dreamt about, but it cost more than $1 million.

  • Subaru Impreza
  • Ferrari 288 GTO
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom
  • Jaguar XJ220

As far as Ferraris go, this was one of the rarest. In fact, only 272,288 models were manufactured from 1984 to 1987, which is why owning one is still so costly.

As far as Ferraris go, this was one of the rarest. In fact, only 272,288 models were manufactured from 1984 to 1987, which is why owning one is still so costly.

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