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Car Trivia: October 17, 2007


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1. Paul Newman drove a pink Cadillac convertible in this 1963 movie.

2. Name the first racer to win World Championships on two and four wheels.

3. Which manufacturer offered Flight Hawk, Power Hawk, Sky Hawk and Golden Hawk models in 1956?

4. Name the 1960s TV hero who drove a car called Black Beauty.

5. In which state is Pocono International Raceway located?

6. In which U.S. city was the 1920s Jordan Playboy made?

7. Which carmaker referred to its 1934 design as "Streamlined in wind-sculptured steel?"

8. Which state had 1930s license plates with the slogan "The Iodine State?"

9. In trucker slang, what is a "comic book?"

10. In which model year did Pontiac first offer the "Iron Duke" four-cylinder engine?

1. Paul Newman drove a pink Cadillac convertible in this 1963 movie.

2. Name the first racer to win World Championships on two and four wheels.

3. Which manufacturer offered Flight Hawk, Power Hawk, Sky Hawk and Golden Hawk models in 1956?

4. Name the 1960s TV hero who drove a car called Black Beauty.

5. In which state is Pocono International Raceway located?

6. In which U.S. city was the 1920s Jordan Playboy made?

7. Which carmaker referred to its 1934 design as "Streamlined in wind-sculptured steel?"

8. Which state had 1930s license plates with the slogan "The Iodine State?"

9. In trucker slang, what is a "comic book?"

10. In which model year did Pontiac first offer the "Iron Duke" four-cylinder engine?

 

Answers:
1. Hud
2. John Surtees
3. Studebaker
4. Green Hornet
5. Pennsylvania
6. Cleveland, Ohio
7. Hudson
8. South Carolina
9. Trucker's logbook
10. 1977

 

 

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