TCC Trivia: Feb. 17, 2006

February 17, 2006

 

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1. According to its license plates, which state is the "Sportsman's Paradise"?

2. Which state issued "The Hospitality State" license plates from 1977 to 1981?

3. For which car company was O.J. Simpson a TV spokesperson in 1970?

4. This company's beautiful Norseman concept car sank with the Andrea Doria in 1956.

5. What do the abbreviations LEV and ULEV mean?

6. Which gasoline company once sponsored annual Economy Runs?

7. In which song does Elton John sing about an "old, gold Chevy"?

8. Which vehicle starred in the 1984 comedy movie "The Gods Must Be Crazy".

9. In which monthly magazine did the auto fix-it column "Gus Wilson's Model Garage" appear until 1969?

10. The redesigned 1968 Corvette's styling was inspired by this radical show car.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answers:

1. Louisiana

2. Mississippi

3. Chevrolet

4. Chrysler

5. Low-emission & ultra-low-emission vehicles

6. Mobil

7. "Crocodile Rock"

8. Series One Land Rover

9. Popular Science

10. Mako Shark

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