Some brain teasers to keep you occupied during the idle hours, or in between meal courses…
Season’s Greetings everyone.
 Which car is missing from this list?
Pontiac J2000 / Sunbird
 From what car is this detail?
 What car donated its headlights to this Russian prototype?
 The 1990-1992 Lotus type 102 Formula One car marked the beginning of the end for the once so successful Grand Prix racing team. In the three seasons it competed, the 102 was powered by engines from no less than four different suppliers: Lamborghini, Judd, Ford and…?
 Name this concept car.
 Who offered a vehicle named Bronco on the American market before Ford did?
 A creative soul made this vehicle out of two different cars. Name them.
 What was remarkable about the Peugeot 504 built in Australia?
 Which British hatchback had, in the very earliest examples, only one centrally mounted parcel shelf strap?
 Name the car.
 What was the first production car to feature flush side glass?
 The well known Simca 1100 wore five different brand names on its bonnet over its almost twenty year lifespan. Including all bodystyles and variants, what were they?
 Which carmaker sold a van in the USA under the name “Petit Panel”?
 A small sportscar, the Victoria 250, was known under another name before its 1957 introduction and lived on under yet
another name after its production was halted. The names?
 This brochure image of the Rover P6 series II shows a preproduction car with a feature that the actual
production cars did not have. In what way is it different?
 The elaborately christened Talbot Sunbeam Lotus introduced in 1979 was sold under an even longer name in certain markets – what was its full designation there?
 Name the car.
 What South-African built car was briefly, and not very successfully, offered in the UK through the KIA dealer network in the early 1990s?
 A highly distorted fish-eye perspective. What car are we sitting in?