Trivia & Facts

Who Built That Car?

Who Built That Car: Lincoln Zephyr

Yet another challenge to that over-50 brain of yours. 

Old friends during the ’40s and ’50s. We coveted them. Sometimes we even owned one or two. All gone now. How many can you remember?

Self-Driving Vehicles: Who’s Driving?

Which auto models belong with what builders?


  1. Ambassador
  2. Biscayne
  3. Clipper
  4. Commander
  5. Fairlane
  6. Firedome
  7. LaSalle
  8. Pacemaker
  9. Rocket 88
  10. Zephyr


  1. Cadillac
  2. Chevrolet
  3. DeSoto
  4. Ford
  5. Hudson
  6. Lincoln
  7. Nash
  8. Oldsmobile
  9. Packard
  10. Studebaker

Answers: 1-G; 2-B; 3-I; 4-J; 5-D; 6-C; 7-A; 8-E; 9-H; 10-F

How’d you do?

0-1 Right
You say you’re still trying to figure out where the clutch pedal is on your family MixMaster?

2-4 Right
Your grandchildren should do that well.

5-7 Right

Okay, you passed, but you should’ve remembered Nash.

8-9 Right
Pretty good — you probably also know whether they were 6’s or 8’s or came in both flavors.

10 !!
Okay, Einstein. So now explain the origin of the word “flivver”.

Are You What You Drive? Take My Car


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