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Pre World War II

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1. It was in this period that integrated fenders and fully-closed bodies began to dominate sales, with the new sedan body style. What was incorporated a trunk at the rear for storage.

  • Rear wheel
  • Running boards
  • Trunk

2. The first mass-produced ____________ car, built with monocoque techniques, was a technology masterpiece. (Fill in the blank.)

  • Front-wheel drive
  • Convertible
  • Rear-wheel drive

3. Who introduced this monocoque technique?

  • Ford
  • Citron
  • BMW

4. Ford introduced their powerful engine in their mainstream model, creating a now-legendary car that dominated the world market much as the Model T and Model A had done in previous eras. What was the engine?

  • Flathead V8
  • Slant 6
  • V4

5. This sports car for the masses came to represent the European motoring experience, especially for American soldiers fighting in the war. What was the auto?

  • VW Beetle
  • MG T
  • Ford F

6. What car began production in 1938 and ended production in 2003?

  • VW Beetle
  • MG T
  • Ford F

7. General Motors introduced the first fully automatic transmission with the 1940 Olds. What was the name of the automatic transmission

  • Hydra-Matic
  • Auto Trany
  • More Power

8. A high-tech and refined automobile for the remaining rich of the time, the Type 57SC has become the singular classic car. Who designed this classic car?

  • Jean Bugatti
  • Ettore Bugatti
  • Francis Ford

9. A slang term used to refer to the 1932 Ford coupe, derived from the year of manufacture. What was the term?

  • Ace of Aces
  • Manfred
  • Deuce coupe

10. The last pre-war Oldsmobile rolled off the assembly line on February 5. What was the year?

  • 1941
  • 1942
  • 1943

Pre World War II

  • 1. Trunk
  • 2. Front-wheel drive
  • 3. Citron
  • 4. Flathead V8
  • 5. MG T
  • 6. VW Beetle
  • 7. Hydra-Matic
  • 8. Jean Bugatti
  • 9. Deuce coupe
  • 10. 1942

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