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Friddle:  What Italian tire company used the slogan “Power is nothing without
control”?

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Last Week’s Friddle: What was the first model year for the 12-cylinder mid-engined
Ferrari Testarossa
?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: 1984

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: To Be Announced

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Friddle:  What was the first model year for the 12-cylinder mid-engined Ferrari
Testarossa?

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Last Week’s Friddle: Which Japanese automaker produced the Cosmo grand
touring coupé
?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Mazda

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: No Winner

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Friddle:  Which Japanese automaker produced the Cosmo grand touring coupé?

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Last Week’s Friddle: Which British car company produces the mid-engined
Exige sports car
?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Lotus

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: To Be Announced

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Friddle:  Which British car company produces the mid-engined Exige sports car?

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Last Week’s Friddle: Which American automobile manufacturer advertised its
Model J as “The World’s Finest Motor Car”
?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Duesenberg

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Terry J.

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Friddle:  Which American automobile manufacturer advertised its Model J as
“The World’s Finest Motor Car”
?

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Last Week’s Friddle: What was the first model year for the Lincoln Navigator SUV?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: 1998

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: No Winner

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Friddle:  What was the first model year for the Lincoln Navigator SUV?

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Last Week’s Friddle: Which American Brass Era automobile manufacturer
used the slogan “No Hill Too Steep” “No Sand Too Deep”
?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Jackson Automobile Company

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: No Winner

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Friddle:  Which American Brass Era automobile manufacturer used the slogan
“No Hill Too Steep” “No Sand Too Deep”?

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Last Week’s Friddle: Which American automaker offers the Flex crossover utility vehicle?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Ford

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: EJ F.

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Friddle:  Which American automaker offers the Flex crossover utility vehicle?

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Last Week’s Friddle: What automaker manufactures the full-size Tundra pickup truck?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Toyota

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: No Winner

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Friddle:  What automaker manufactures the full-size Tundra pickup truck?

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Last Week’s Friddle: Which division of Ford Motor Company produced the Comet?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: Mercury

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: Anthony F.

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Friddle:  Which division of Ford Motor Company produced the Comet?

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Last Week’s Friddle: If an automobile’s odometer has 97,979 miles on it,
a palindromic number. How many miles would you have to drive to form
another
?

Last Week’s Friddle Answer: 110

Last Week’s Friddle Contest Winner: No Winner

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