Classic Car Trivia Answers
1. The Ford Mustang first made its debut in 1964.
2. The car in the 1977 “Smokey and the Bandit” movie was a 1977 Chevrolet Camaro.
3. The Chevrolet Corvette is built exclusively in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
4. A total of 309 Dodge Chargers were used in the original “Dukes of Hazzard” television show.
5. The first Chevrolet Camaro to come off the production line was black.
6. The word “automobile” is a combination of the word “auto,” which means “self,” and “mobile,” which means “moving.”
7. A total of only seven Plymouth Hemi Barracuda convertibles were made.
8. Vehicles manufactured between 1896 and 1915 are known as horseless carriages, which by definition are “antique” vehicles. Vehicles built between 1916 and 1925 are known as “vintage” vehicles.
9. The world’s first automobile insurance policy was bought in 1897 in Westfield, Massachusetts.
10. The Ford Model T was only available in black until the mid 1920s because black was the only paint available that would dry fast enough to keep up with the production line. New paints in the 1920s allowed Ford to finally offer other colors.