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Name the Model and Maker
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Car Trivia
100


wheel

100

Long before the interstate system, families traveled on State built routes and National highways.  One of the most famous began in Chicago and ended in California (Santa Monica)?

What is Route 66?

100


What is a Chevrolet Corvair?

100

Jim Rockford.

What is a Pontiac Firebird?

100

In the 60's families had station wagons, now they have?

What are SUVs?

200


brake


200

National monuments were a favored destination.  A famous historical site featured bigger than life presidential busts.  What is this unique spot?

What is Mt. Rushmore?

200


What is a Ford Falcon?

200

Frank Cannon.

What is a Lincoln Mark IV?

200

What is the difference between a hardtop and a sedan?

What is a pillar between the front and back window?

300


What is a fan belt?

300

The route a 1950 family would take on a road trip starting in the Northeast U.S. and ending in Southeast Florida.

What is Route 1?

300


What is a Chrysler Imperial?

300

Magnum.

What is a Ferrari?

300

During WWII GM stopped making cars and made what instead?

What are tanks?

400


What is a lug nut?

400

Coastal California North/South road trips used what famous route (still used today for the "scenic" trip)?

What is Route 101?

400


What is a Volkswagon Vanagon (Westfalia)?

400

Starsky and Hutch.

What is a Ford Gran Torino?

400

What maker auto manufacturer owns the Porsche name?

What is Volkswagon?

500


What is an oil filter?

500

A two part question.  Today's interstates were the brainchild of what U.S. President?  Interstate routes ending in even numbers (0, 2, 4, etc.) run in what direction (compass direction)?

Who is Eisenhower? What is East/West (vs. North/South)?

500


What is a Studebaker Lark?

500

Columbo

What is a Peugeot?

500

What Ford had a hardtop convertible that, when opened, stored the roof in the trunk?

What is a Fairlane 500 Skyliner?

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