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Car Trivia: July 26, 2007



1. Who wrote Wheels , the 1971 book about the car industry?

2. James Bond drove this AMC model in The Man With The Golden Gun .

3. Which U.S. carmaker offered a 1955 convertible model called the Caribbean?

4. Which new 1971 model was the subject of "The Little Car That Grows On You" ads?

5. Which GM division offered a 1958 Yeoman station wagon?

6. In the 1960s TV series, what was the Green Hornet’s car

called? Who drove it?

7. What did Austin Powers drive in the 1997 movie Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery ? What paint design did it have?

8. How long has Goodyear been using a promotional blimp?

9. What brand of car was driven by "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena?"

10. To a drag racer, what are zoomies?

1. Who wrote Wheels, the 1971 book about the car industry?

2. James Bond drove this AMC model in The Man With The Golden Gun.

3. Which U.S. carmaker offered a 1955 convertible model called the Caribbean?

4. Which new 1971 model was the subject of "The Little Car That Grows On You" ads?

5. Which GM division offered a 1958 Yeoman station wagon?

6. In the 1960s TV series, what was the Green Hornet’s car

called? Who drove it?

7. What did Austin Powers drive in the 1997 movie Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery? What paint design did it have?

8. How long has Goodyear been using a promotional blimp?

9. What brand of car was driven by "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena?"

10. To a drag racer, what are zoomies?

 

 

 

Answers

1. Arthur Hailey
2. Hornet
3. Packard
4. Chevrolet Vega
5. Chevrolet
6. Black Beauty, driven by sidekick Kato (Bruce Lee)
7. Jaguar XKE & Union Jack
8. Since 1925
9. Dodge
10. Short, upswept exhaust headers

 

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