Posts from ‘Quizzes’

Oct
10
1955 Chevrolet Biscayne Concept Car

Identify this 1955 concept car for one bonus point.

You know the drill–we give you an abstract portion of a brochure page, and you have to guess the vehicle featured. For this quiz we’re featuring the cars of 1955. All the vehicles in question were available for sale in the U.S. We can also tell you that none of the cars here are especially rare, obscure, or of a kit-car nature.

Sep
24
2004 Suzuki Verona

Identify this car for one bonus point. It’s an ’04, if that helps.

Today we whisk you back to 2004. Your challenge is to determine which of the following vehicles was NOT available the year we met Hurricane Ivan. 

Jul
18
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“Brougham” is just one of the 39 trim levels hidden in the word search below.

Has the summer heat got you down? Are you already tired of Weird Al Yankovic’s talk-show come-back tour? Well, here’s a chance to get away from it all. In fact, here’s a chance to get away from your computer. Just print out Classic -Car Word Search, Part 2: Trim Levels and set yourself down in a comfy chair. Your job, for the next hour or so, is to find 39 common trim level names, such as Brougham. Also buried below are two beloved Star Trek characters. Enjoy!

Jun
10
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Do you know why this Porsche engine is extreme?

It’s something car guys might sit around and debate: the first of this, the biggest of that, the smallest of something else. And that’s just how this list got started. While discussing something entirely unrelated with Publisher Tom Appel and Collectible Automobile chief John Biel, we ventured off topic (not an altogether unusual occurrence when the current topic isn’t cars) and ended up brainstorming this list. Being as the session took place just before lunch – and was thus foreshortened by same – we encourage correction if you beg to differ.

Jun
09
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Quiz image number 1.

By now you probably know the drill; We give you an abstract portion of a brochure cover, and you have to guess the vehicle featured. For this quiz we’re featuring the cars of 1970. All the vehicles in question were available for sale in the U.S. We can also tell you that none of the cars here are especially rare, obscure, or of a kit-car nature.

May
29

1988 Mitsubishi Sigma

Identify this car for one bonus point. It’s an ’89, if that helps.

Today we whisk you back to 1989, and an auto industry in transition. Your challenge is to determine which of the following cars was NOT available the year Michael Jordan scored his 10,000th point.

May
07
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Quiz Image Number 1

By now you know the drill. We provide you with five abstract images from auto brochure covers, and you try to figure out what vehicles these snippets are taken from.  This time we’re looking at the products of AMC.

Apr
28
Mystery Truck

Identify this car for one bonus point. It’s a ’99, if that helps.

Because you asked for it, we present the sixth installment in our Find the Fake Car! Quiz series. If you missed earlier quizzes, here’s your chance to catch up:

Apr
23
Twitter Evoque

Quiz Tweet #1

Presented here are real tweets featuring the hashtag #uglycar. Your job is simple enough: identify the redacted vehicle being discussed. Scroll down slowly so you don’t accidentally see the answers. Good luck!

Apr
07

Identify this car for one bonus point. It’s an ’88, if that helps.

This time we’ve taken our fake-car quiz down the organization chart a notch, from model names to trim levels. Below please find five long-lived models, and five trim levels for each, one of which is the fake.

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