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1. In 1970, Buick offered its potent Skylark GSX available with the Stage 1 455 cubic inch motor. Only 2 colors were offered by Buick for this car in 1970. What were they?
2. If I raced a 1970 Yenko "Deuce" through the quarter mile in 12.98 seconds, what kind of Chevrolet would I be driving?
3. In 1968, Dodge needed a quick response to Plymouth's popular Road Runner "stripper" muscle car. Dodge fired back with the mid-year introduction of the...?
4. In 1967, you could order a Coronet R/T from your friendly Dodge dealer. It came standard with the 440 ci motor and the only other engine option was the venerable 426 Hemi. What does R/T stand for?
5. Introduced mid-decade, this second generation Chevrolet big block motor was designed to replace the antiquated 348 & 409 big blocks from previous years. What year did Chevrolet introduce this new big block engine, starting off at 396 cubic inches?
6. If I were to beat a Porsche 911/SC in a local autocross with my 1967 stage IV optioned Yenko Stinger, what kind of Chevrolet would I be driving?
7. In 1969 you could order a Mustang Mach 1 from your favorite Ford dealership with a 428 SCJ motor. What does SCJ stand for?
8. This Ford car, introduced mid-year in 1964, sold like wildfire and had the rest of the Detroit automakers scrambling to play catch up.
A whole automobile category was named after this one car because of its huge impact. Name the original "pony car".
9. In 1969, AMC and Hurst Performance modified a limited number of AMX's for NHRA Super Stock drag racing. Name this 11-second Rambler sold only through your friendly AMC dealer. Available if you were lucky enough to get one of the 52 made.
10. Even though it is purely subjective, this car is often chosen in polls as the vintage muscle car enthusiast's most respected Detroit built muscle machine. With 454 cubic inches and 450 factory horsepower driven through a Muncie "Rock Crusher" 4-speed and into a 4:10, 12 bolt rear end, this 1970 Chevrolet should make any gearhead Stand at attention and Salute.
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