In the last Trivia Tuesday we had a Thunderbird with a giant hole in the side. This week we have Flying Goddesses and Hatchbacks. Can you answer our Trivia Tuesday challenge?
- What was available on a 1941 Cadillac that you could not get again until 1952?
- For many years, Cadillac featured various 'Flying Goddess' hood ornaments, especially grandiose in the 1930s. When did the last Flying Goddess appear on a Cadillac (from the factory)?
- Name the earliest American production hatchback car.
- Name an American car where the vehicle, it's tires and it's battery all had the same brand name.
- Name two American vehicles that featured the model year prominently displayed on the exterior of the car.
Ford & Chevy have long battled on numerous fronts. Chevy eclipsed Ford in V8 displacement, building a 496 CI unit vs. Ford’s 460 CI. But Ford eclipsed Chevy by building a smaller RPO V8 than Chevy’s 262 CI job. What was the displacement of Ford’s smallest RPO V8?
Answers to last week's Trivia Tuesday:
Oldsmobile; 1968 455 CI
1950s; Mercury 1950: 110 HP, 1958: 400
1958 and 1975
Ford-built gas turbine testing.