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Automotive Trivia

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Friddle: What is the numerical limit on a 2015 Corvette Z06 speedometer?

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Last Week’s Friddle: Which American automaker produced the New Yorker?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Chrysler

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Brian S.

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Friddle: Which American automaker produced the New Yorker?

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Last Week’s Friddle: Who founded the Lansing, Michigan based REO Motor
Car Company
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Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Ransom E. Olds

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Terry A.

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Friddle: Who founded the Lansing, Michigan based REO Motor Car Company?

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Last Week’s Friddle: In 1962, which US automaker adopted the Pentastar logo?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Chrysler

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: No Winner

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Friddle: In 1962, which US automaker adopted the Pentastar logo?

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Last Week’s Friddle: What auto body style consists of smooth contours that flow
to a tail which gets abruptly cut off
?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Kammback

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Doug N.

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Friddle: What auto body style consists of smooth contours that flow to a tail
which gets abruptly cut off
?

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Last Week’s Friddle: What was unique about the front headlights on a ’48 Tucker?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: A Third Headlight

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Howard L.

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Friddle: What was unique about the front headlights on a ’48 Tucker?

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Last Week’s Friddle:
What does the circled number identify in the pictured tire above?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Year of Manufacture

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Alex I.

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Friddle: What does the circled number identify in the pictured tire above?

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Last Week’s Friddle: What does the automotive related acronym DSG stand for?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Direct-shift Gearbox

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Craig S.

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Friddle: What does the automotive related acronym DSG stand for?

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Tire I.D


Last Week’s Friddle:
What does the circled number identify in the pictured tire above?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Week of Manufacture

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Andrew T.

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Tire I.D

Friddle: What does the circled number identify in the pictured tire above?

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Last Week’s Friddle: What electric car company is headquartered in Palo Alto,
California, USA
?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Tesla

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Chris D.

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Friddle: What electric car company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, USA?

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Last Week’s Friddle: If an automobile’s odometer has 25,552 miles on it, a palindromic number.
How many miles would you have to drive to form another
?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: 100

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Tracy H.

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