Quiz: How Well Do You Know Cars From The 1950s?

Chevrolet Bel Air on Crystal pier
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The 1950s were a great decade for the car world. America saw the birth of many legendary nameplates, such as the Corvette. Europe, on the other hand, had its share of high-performance race cars and gorgeous roadsters.

This quiz will test your knowledge of all kinds of cars from the 1950s, from American classics to rare Italian beauties you may have never heard of. Good luck!

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What is the name of this luxury car that was first introduced in 1955?

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1957 Ford Thunderbird
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is the Ford Thunderbird. Ford released the Thunderbird as a luxurious alternative to the successful Chevrolet Corvette. The first generation remained on the market for three years.
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What is the name of this luxury car that was first introduced in 1955?

  • Dodge Viper
  • Chevrolet Corvette
  • Ford Thunderbird
  • Cadillac De Ville
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Can you name this iconic German race car, once owned by James Dean?

3%
1955 Porsche 550 Spyder. Creator: Unknown.
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is the Porsche 550 Spyder. The Porsche 550 was a mid-engine race car released in the early 50s. This hardcore Porsche obliterated most of its competitors at race tracks across the globe.
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Can you name this iconic German race car, once owned by James Dean?

  • Porsche 550 Spyder
  • Porsche 935
  • Porsche 919
  • Porsche 911
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Which vehicle is considered to be America’s first sports car?

5%
1961 Chevrolet Corvette.
Retry Correct Incorrect Originally released back in 1953, the Chevy Corvette is the first American sports car. The exterior design of the Corvette was inspired by classy European roadsters from the same era.
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Which vehicle is considered to be America’s first sports car?

  • Ford Thunderbird
  • Chevrolet Bel Air
  • Dodge Viper
  • Chevrolet Corvette
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Do you know the name of this luxurious drop-top?

8%
1960 Jaguar XK 150.
Retry Correct Incorrect The British automaker unveiled this beauty back in the second half of the 50s in response to the high demand for luxury and comfort. The Jaguar XK150 had a top speed of 120 miles per hour!
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Do you know the name of this luxurious drop-top?

  • Maserati Biturbo
  • Aston Martin DB4
  • Jaguar XK150
  • Lamborghini Urraco
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This is a tough one: Which Italian automaker was founded back in 1955?

10%
Europe. Italy. Umbria. Spello. Vintage Car. Autobianchi. Bianchiana Cabrio.
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is Autobianchi. Autobianchi was founded in early 1955 by Bianchi, Fiat, and Pirelli. The company only made a few different models before eventually closing down in the mid-90s.
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This is a tough one: Which Italian automaker was founded back in 1955?

  • Ferves
  • Alfa Romeo
  • Lamborghini
  • Autobianchi
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This futuristic concept from the mid-50s never made it to production. Are you able to name it?

13%
1955 Alfa Romeo BAT 9
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is the Alfa Romeo BAT 9. BAT was a series of concept cars released by Alfa Romeo throughout the 1950s. This is the BAT 9, the final vehicle in the series.
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This futuristic concept from the mid-50s never made it to production. Are you able to name it?

  • Maserati Merak
  • Alfa Romeo BAT 9
  • Alfa Romeo Giulietta
  • Chrysler Turbine Car
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Do you know the name of this American icon from the 50s?

15%
Chevrolet Bel Air on Crystal pier
Retry Correct Incorrect The Chevy Bel Air was one of the most stylish American cars that money could buy back in the 1950s. The second generation of the car hit the market for the 1955 model year.
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Do you know the name of this American icon from the 50s?

  • Cadillac Eldorado
  • Dodge Polara
  • Chevrolet Monte Carlo
  • Chevrolet Bel Air
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This is the Imperial Parade Phaeton, created by Chrysler for grand ceremonies. Which three cities received this lavish 1950s land yacht?

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Retry Correct Incorrect Three units were built- one for Los Angeles and one for New York. The third unit was originally gifted to Washington DC and the White House, though the gift was refused, and the vehicle ended up serving in Detroit.
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Rex Gray/Wikimedia Commons/Wikipedia

This is the Imperial Parade Phaeton, created by Chrysler for grand ceremonies. Which three cities received this lavish 1950s land yacht?

  • Los Angeles, New York, Detroit
  • New York, Washington DC, Detroit
  • Washington DC, Los Angeles, Philadelphia
  • Detroit, Tampa, Austin
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This horrendous front end represents one of the biggest failures in automotive history. Do you know the make and model?

20%
US-MUSEUM
Retry Correct Incorrect Not all cars created in the 1950s were great, and the Ford Edsel is a prime example. Ford launched the Edsel as a subdivision in 1958 and then shut it down just two years later.
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This horrendous front end represents one of the biggest failures in automotive history. Do you know the make and model?

  • Ford Pinto
  • Dodge Rampage
  • Rolls Royce Camargue
  • Ford Edsel
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Can you name this flagship American car?

23%
1956 Chrysler New Yorker
Retry Correct Incorrect The New Yorker debuted in 1940 and remained on the market all the way through the second half of the 90s. The 1950s saw three different generations of this beauty.
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Can you name this flagship American car?

  • Chrysler Imperial
  • Lincoln Town Car
  • Buick Riviera
  • Chrysler New Yorker
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Which British automaker created this legendary grand tourer?

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1961 Aston Martin Db4 Gt Previously Owned By Donald Campbell. Creator: Unknown.
Retry Correct Incorrect The Aston Martin DB4 has earned a spot as one of the most significant British vehicles of all time. The sleek, lightweight body was created by Carrozzeria Touring, an Italian coachbuilder.
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Which British automaker created this legendary grand tourer?

  • Jaguar
  • Rolls Royce
  • MG
  • Aston Martin
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What are the doors on a Mercedes-Benz 300SL called?

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1957 Mercedes Benz 300 SL Gullwing
Retry Correct Incorrect The 300SL was the first production car to feature Gullwing doors. This unique door mechanism features hinges on the top rather than the side, making it easier to get in and out of the car in a tight parking space.
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What are the doors on a Mercedes-Benz 300SL called?

  • Butterfly doors
  • Dihedral doors
  • Gullwing doors
  • Lambo doors
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Which Buick was released to celebrate the automaker’s 50th anniversary?

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1953 Buick Skylark Convertible
Retry Correct Incorrect In 1953, Buick unveiled the gorgeous Roadmaster Skylark- a few years before the Skylark became a separate model in its own right. The ’53 Roadmaster Skylark is considered one of the most iconic cars of the decade.
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Which Buick was released to celebrate the automaker’s 50th anniversary?

  • Buick Riviera
  • Buick Wildcat
  • Buick Special De Luxe
  • Buick Roadmaster Skylark
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Do you know the name of this British classic, driven by Rowan Atkinson in Mr. Bean?

33%
1965 Austin Mini Cooper S
Retry Correct Incorrect British Motor Corporation unveiled the Mini, an affordable two-door city car, at the end of the 1950s. The Mini quickly became an icon beloved across the globe, and its legendary nameplate is still around today.
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Do you know the name of this British classic, driven by Rowan Atkinson in Mr. Bean?

  • Maxi
  • Austin Healey
  • Mini
  • Morris
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Which American icon first appeared on the market in 1953?

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Cadillac Eldorado 1956 im Automobil Museum Genf, 1995
Retry Correct Incorrect 1953 saw the debut of the luxurious Eldorado. Initially offered only as a two-door convertible, a hardtop variant quickly followed for the second-gen just a year after the car’s initial debut.
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Which American icon first appeared on the market in 1953?

  • Cadillac CTS
  • Cadillac Eldorado
  • Cadillac Series 75
  • Cadillac De Ville
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Do you know which manufacturer created this gorgeous V8-powered sports car?

38%
London Concours 2018
Retry Correct Incorrect This is the Fiat 8V Supersonic, powered by a 2.0L Tipo V8 motor. Back in the early 1950s, Fiat believed that Ford had copyrighted the V8 nameplate and decided to call its sports car the 8V instead.
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Do you know which manufacturer created this gorgeous V8-powered sports car?

  • Fiat
  • Aston Martin
  • Lagonda
  • Jaguar
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Which automaker created this cute European microcar in the early 1950s?

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1962 BMW Isetta 300 Super Plus car.
Retry Correct Incorrect The Isetta, originally built by a small Italian manufacturer, was licensed to a handful of automakers, including BMW. Today, the BMW Isetta remains a quirky classic highly sought after by collectors.
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Which automaker created this cute European microcar in the early 1950s?

  • BMW
  • Lada
  • Audi
  • Peel
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What is the name of this cute, affordable British sports car?

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1955 Triumph TR2
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is the Triumph TR2. This is the Triumph TR2, a lightweight roadster sold between 1953 and 1955. It came with a flat-four under the hood, a four-speed stick shift, and no roof.
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What is the name of this cute, affordable British sports car?

  • Morgan Threewheeler
  • Triumph TR2
  • AC Cobra
  • Triumph TR3
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What is the name of this gorgeous sedan?

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1972 Citroën DS21 Pallas.
Retry Correct Incorrect French automaker Citroen unveiled the DS back in 1955. The car became famous for its unique design and innovative technology, such as its self-leveling hydraulic suspension, which provided an extremely smooth ride.
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What is the name of this gorgeous sedan?

  • Renault Avantime
  • Citroen SM
  • Renault Turbo
  • Citroen DS
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This vehicle resulted in one of the heaviest financial losses in the history of BMW. What was it called?

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1957 BMW 507
Retry Correct Incorrect The BMW 507 was developed for the US market in the mid-1950s. However, the roadster quickly proved to be too expensive to produce. BMW shut down the production line after building just 252 units.
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This vehicle resulted in one of the heaviest financial losses in the history of BMW. What was it called?

  • BMW 507
  • BMW 328
  • BMW M3 Roadster
  • BMW Z1
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What is the name of this gorgeous Italian Berlinetta?

50%
Goodwood Festival of Speed
Retry Correct Incorrect This is the A6GCS/53, one of the final versions of Maserati’s A6 series of grand tourers. It’s just as beautiful as it is rare- the Italian automaker only made four units.
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What is the name of this gorgeous Italian Berlinetta?

  • Ferrari 250 GT
  • Maserati A6GCS/53
  • Maserati Tipo 61
  • Aston Martin DB5
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Which 1950s vehicle was the first to feature unique Gullwing doors?

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Classic Days - Festival of Culture & Motoring, Lifestyle
Retry Correct Incorrect Though the 300SL was the first production car with Gullwing doors, it wasn’t the first car of all time with these unique doors. That honor goes to the W194, an endurance racing car released in 1952- two years before the 300SL.
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Sjoerd van der Wal/Getty Images

Which 1950s vehicle was the first to feature unique Gullwing doors?

  • Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing
  • Mercedes-Benz W194
  • DMC DeLorean
  • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
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What kind of motor was fitted in the original Buick Skylark Convertible?

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1953 Buick Skylark Convertible
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is the 322ci Fireball V8. Buick did not cut corners with the original Skylark; a model released to mark the automaker’s 50th anniversary. The car’s monstrous 322-cubic-inch motor generated 200 horses.
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What kind of motor was fitted in the original Buick Skylark Convertible?

  • 426 ci HEMI V8
  • 440ci V8
  • 322ci Fireball V8
  • 350ci LT1 V8
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Can you name this classic European sports car?

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1953 Fiat 8V. Creator: Unknown.
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is the Fiat 8V. This is yet another version of the V8-powered Fiat 8V. Unlike the previously mentioned Supersonic, this variant features a Berlinetta-style body designed by Italian coachbuilder Zagato.
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Can you name this classic European sports car?

  • Aston Martin DB4 GT
  • Mercedes-Benz SL
  • Fiat 8V
  • Maserati Tipo 61
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Here’s another old-school British roadster. Which manufacturer made it?

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1959 Triumph TR3 A
Retry Correct Incorrect The Triumph TR3 hit the market in 1955 as a replacement for the previously mentioned TR2. Once again, the car came with a four-speed stick shift and a flat-four motor beneath the hood, rated at 100 horsepower.
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National Motor Museum/Heritage Images/Getty Images

Here’s another old-school British roadster. Which manufacturer made it?

  • Austin
  • Triumph
  • Peel
  • Morgan
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Which now-defunct automaker installed this monumental hood ornament?

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1952 Packard Mayfair
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is Packard. This is the Packard 200 with the Mayfair package, one of the last vehicles built before the company eventually filed for bankruptcy in the late 1950s.
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Which now-defunct automaker installed this monumental hood ornament?

  • Tucker
  • Packard
  • Mercury
  • Chrysler
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This microcar was made by an Italian manufacturer that usually made bikes. Do you know which one it is?

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Vespa 400 car (Italy).
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is Vespa. Vespa offered three different versions of the 400 Microcar. All of them were powered by a two-stroke motor mounted in the rear of the car.
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This microcar was made by an Italian manufacturer that usually made bikes. Do you know which one it is?

  • Piaggio
  • Moto Guzzi
  • Ducati
  • Vespa
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Sometimes referred to as the Birdcage, which legendary race car is this?

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Goodwood Revival - Day Two
Retry Correct Incorrect The Maserati Tipo 61 obliterated its competitors right after the car’s 1959 debut. The Italian automaker only made 16 units of this rare beauty, as well as a tribute Birdcage 75th concept vehicle in 2005.
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Sometimes referred to as the Birdcage, which legendary race car is this?

  • Porsche 917
  • Ferrari Tipo 500
  • Maserati Tipo 61
  • Aston Martin DB3S
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Naming this truck shouldn’t be an issue for fans of US classics.

70%
Southend Classic Car Show
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is the Chevrolet Apache. Chevrolet completely redesigned its pickup truck line in the mid-1950s. The Apache remained in production until 1961 before eventually being replaced by the C/K Series.
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Naming this truck shouldn’t be an issue for fans of US classics.

  • Chevrolet C30
  • Chevrolet Apache
  • Chevrolet Square Body
  • Ford F100
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Do you know the name of this coupe, widely considered to be the pinnacle of luxury back in the 1950s?

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1956 Lincoln Continental Mk2. Creator: Unknown.
Retry Correct Incorrect The second generation of the Lincoln Continental hit the market for the ’56 model year. The majority of the vehicle was assembled by hand and marketed as the highest-quality American automobile available at the time.
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Do you know the name of this coupe, widely considered to be the pinnacle of luxury back in the 1950s?

  • Lincoln Continental
  • Buick Wildcat
  • Cadillac De Ville
  • Chrysler New Yorker
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Which automaker created this weird concept car?

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Turbineengine
Retry Correct Incorrect This is the Firebird III, a concept car that made its debut at the Motorama auto show in 1959. Unsurprisingly, this automobile was never supposed to make it into production.
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Which automaker created this weird concept car?

  • General Motors
  • Aston Martin
  • Fiat
  • Chrysler
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Can you name this unique-looking drop-top?

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1953 Kaiser Darrin. Creator: Unknown.
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is Kaiser Darrin. This is the Kaiser Darrin, an American sports car made in 1954. You have probably never heard of it, as the small automaker only built 435 of these.
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Can you name this unique-looking drop-top?

  • Chrysler Imperial
  • Packard Hawk
  • Chrysler Newport
  • Kaiser Darrin
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The automaker behind this beauty may be defunct already, though the legacy will live on forever. Which model is this?

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1954 Packard Caribbean Convertible
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is Packard Caribbean. The Caribbean Convertible was a lavish drop-top sold by Packard in 1953. Sadly, the model was discontinued when Packard shut down its Detroit plant in 1956.
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The automaker behind this beauty may be defunct already, though the legacy will live on forever. Which model is this?

  • DeSoto Imperial
  • Packard Caribbean
  • Packard Mayfair
  • Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
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Here’s another classic American pickup truck from the 1950s. Do you know this one?

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1956 Ford F100
Retry Correct Incorrect Back in 1953, Ford unveiled the second generation of the F-Series pickup truck. Buyers could pick between all kinds of motors, ranging from a flat-six in the base model all the way to a powerful V8.
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Here’s another classic American pickup truck from the 1950s. Do you know this one?

  • Ford F150
  • Dodge D100
  • Ford F100
  • Chevrolet Apache
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This generation is nowhere near as famous as its successor from the 60s. Which legendary American car is this?

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Chevrolet Impala Bubble top 1959
Retry Correct Incorrect The second generation of the Chevy Impala debuted for the 1959 model year. It was eventually replaced by the much more popular third-gen by 1961.
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This generation is nowhere near as famous as its successor from the 60s. Which legendary American car is this?

  • Chrysler Imperial
  • Ford Torino
  • Chevrolet Impala
  • Chevrolet Bel Air
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This land yacht was the European alternative to the Lincoln Continental.

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Elizabeth Taylor's 1960 Rolls Royce Up For Action At The Pierre Hotel
Retry Correct Incorrect Back in the 1950s, the Silver Cloud served as the flagship model offered by Rolls Royce. The vehicle has some of the best technology and features that were available at the time.
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This land yacht was the European alternative to the Lincoln Continental.

  • Aston Martin Lagonda
  • Rolls Royce Silver Shadow
  • Bentley Continental
  • Rolls Royce Silver Cloud
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Can you name this rare racing car, valued at around $10 million?

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RM Sotheby's Monterey Auction Press Preview
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is Maserati 450S. Maserati developed the 450S to compete in endurance races in the second half of the 1950s. The 450S made 119 racing appearances, having won 31 of them.
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John Lamparski/Getty Images

Can you name this rare racing car, valued at around $10 million?

  • Ferrari Tipo 500
  • Maserati MC12
  • Maserati 450S
  • Ferrari 330
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How well do you know your Aston Martins?

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Concours d'Elegance Paleis Soestdijk 2019
Retry Correct Incorrect This is the Aston Martin DB2, one of the rarest versions in the DB production car series. This grand tourer has a max speed of 120 miles per hour, which was pretty astonishing back in the 50s!
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How well do you know your Aston Martins?

  • Aston Martin Lagonda
  • Aston Martin GT
  • Aston Martin DB3
  • Aston Martin DB2/4
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This sedan is a great representation of 1950s design. Do you know its name?

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North America, USA, Minnesota, Lilydale, Auto Show Pool and Yacht Club, DeSoto Firedome.
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is DeSoto Firedome. This is the DeSoto Firedome, built by a subsidiary of Chrysler. The Firedome served as DeSoto’s premium line of vehicles, built between 1952 and 1959.
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This sedan is a great representation of 1950s design. Do you know its name?

  • Rolls Royce Corniche
  • Lagonda
  • DeSoto Firedome
  • Edsel 3
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Last but not least, which manufacturer made this vehicle?

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A Giulietta Sprint In A Park
Retry Correct Incorrect The correct answer is Alfa Romeo. The striking front end is a distinctive feature of vintage Alfa Romeos. This is the Giulietta Sprint, a sporty version of a family car sold between 1954 and 1965.
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Last but not least, which manufacturer made this vehicle?

  • Fiat
  • Alfa Romeo
  • Maserati
  • Autobianchi
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