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T1GHT WH!P$ TROPHY TRIVIA

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It's back... and by month's end we might have a winner.

T1GHT WH!P$ TROPHY TRIVIA

In the next few weeks I'm going to post 59 different trivia questions

of all different forms on C&G. Multiple choice, photo identification,

photo match up & even some true or false. Some questions will be

multiple part and others a simple one word answer.

At the end of the 59 individual trivia thread questions all the winners

will be added up and a trophy will be mailed via the USPS to the

over all winner of the first annual Tight Whips Trivia Trophy.

Best of luck to all, I encourage everyone to participate.

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T.W.T.T. Thread #44

Name the manufacturer of car, the model year & its significance.

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V-16, naturally.

I should clarify- it's 'World's Fair' significance was that it was especially built as a show car- no production '33s had that same sloping rear deck. It's the first custom showcar built by Cadillac.

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Correct Balthazar!

And as such it predated the Y-job According to some

it was GM's very first "showcar" though it was not a

concept car in the sense the Y-job & LaSabre were.

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I have seen that car before, I knew it was a Cadillac. I forgot what the significance was though. It's a goodlooking beast.

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