Car Trivia: August 2, 2007

 

 

1. In what year did Evel Knievel try to jump the Snake River Canyon on a jet-powered Skycycle?

2. Which company offered a Li’l Hustler pickup model in the 1970s?

3. Which company bought a 50 percent share of Ferrari in 1969?

4. This Formula One driver and team owner suffered from dyslexia.

5. For what automotive development is Felix Wankel known?

6. Name the 1980s production car that had a stainless steel skin.

7. In 1963, this singer had a big hit with "Six Days on the Road."

8. What did Pontiac call its 1980s plastic-bodied, mid-engined sports coupe?

9. Which company offered a 1976 pickup with a Honcho trim package that included denim upholstery?

10. What was distinctive about the engines in the 1902-1934 Franklin cars made in Syracuse, N.Y.?

1. In what year did Evel Knievel try to jump the Snake River Canyon on a jet-powered Skycycle?

2. Which company offered a Li’l Hustler pickup model in the 1970s?

3. Which company bought a 50 percent share of Ferrari in 1969?

4. This Formula One driver and team owner suffered from dyslexia.

5. For what automotive development is Felix Wankel known?

6. Name the 1980s production car that had a stainless steel skin.

7. In 1963, this singer had a big hit with "Six Days on the Road."

8. What did Pontiac call its 1980s plastic-bodied, mid-engined sports coupe?

9. Which company offered a 1976 pickup with a Honcho trim package that included denim upholstery?

10. What was distinctive about the engines in the 1902-1934 Franklin cars made in Syracuse, N.Y.?

Answers:
1. 1974
2. Datsun
3. Fiat
4. Jackie Stewart
5. The rotary engine
6. DeLorean
7. Dave Dudley
8. Fiero
9. Jeep
10. They were air-cooled

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