A few more things to chew on, and they’re low on calories.
Dinner is served. Image: foodies.pk
Before DTW service returns to normal, one final festive brain teaser. Step away from those biscuits…
 What car model name started life as the name of a four door version of an existing coupé (which frankly did not resemble said coupé much at all) before it became a model name in itself three years later?
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Overindulged much? Time for some more questions.
Post War Classsic
Test your knowledge of all things automotive. Again, there’s something for everyone – if all else fails, try lateral thinking…
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Go on, they’re only small…
classic car catalog
The season of enforced merriment is once again upon us and DTW offers an opportunity to test your knowledge of all things automotive. There’s something for everyone – if all else fails, try lateral thinking…
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Some brain teasers to keep you occupied during the idle hours, or in between meal courses…
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One final festive quiz to round out 2020.
Who are we looking for, and what happened to him in France in 1968?
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DTW wishes you all a very Happy New Year and offers you another opportunity to test out your knowledge of all things automotive. Good luck and no Googling!
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Four giants of the automotive industry – which is the odd one out, and why?
David Bache (1925-1994) – Styling chief at The Rover Company and BL Cars
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An actor, a small city in Wisconsin, and an item of bespoke door furniture. Together they link to a well-regarded luxury car which spanned three decades of the 20th century.
What’s the car?
Sir Roger Moore, British actor (1927 -2017)
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Because there are only so many times you can watch Gone With The Wind or Frozen without losing the will to live, DTW instead offers you an opportunity to test out your knowledge of all things automotive. Good luck and no Googling!
Image: Gloucestershire Police Archives.
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Three seemingly unrelated photos and illustrations. What’s the car?
The clues are as follows
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Three Objects, and three premium saloons.
Link the objects to the cars.
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No, it’s not the opening to a joke, but another festive puzzle.
A politician, a dog, and a gramophone record. Together they link to a significant mid-20th century saloon car. What’s the car?
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Which is the odd car out and why?
1957 Austin A55 Cambridge
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This early sixties wagon proposal was not its stylist’s finest hour, but if it had gone into production – and it very nearly did – it would have been an engineering sensation.
Who can name the stylist and the client?
Which is the odd one out?
Deutsche Post / DHL StreetScooter
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