Statistics for Classic Cars - Top American Collector Cars of All Time

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  • The average score is 8 of 29

Answer Stats

DescriptionYearAnswer% Correct
Henry Ford's bestseller1908-27Ford Model T
81%
Eight cylinders, first of the hot rods, flathead engine1932Ford V8
74%
Series 452; 4,076 built; Fleetwood and Fisher coachbuilders1930-40Cadillac V-16
59%
Flagship K model, pontoon fenders, bullet headlamps, canted grille1936Lincoln K Convertible Roadster
52%
Designed by John Tjaarda, concieved by Edsel Ford, three-passenger1937Lincoln-Zephyr Coupe
52%
Designed with aerodynamic principles and state-of-the-art suspension1934-37Chrysler and De Soto Airflow
30%
Brass-era Indy 500 racer, Wisconsin Motor Company1912-16Stutz Model A Bearcat
30%
America's answer to the Rolls-Royce1929-37Duesenberg Model J/SJ
30%
135" wheelbase, pontoon fenders, triangular quarter windows1934Packard Twelve Sport Coupe by Lebaron
26%
Raymond Loewy Associates, "winged victory" grille, skirted fenders, three window, batwing rear window1937Studebaker Dictator Coupe
26%
Model "R," first mass-produced automobile1901-03Oldsmobile Curved Dash Runabout
26%
Steam-powered pre-war vehicle1906-14Stanley
26%
141hp straight-eight engine, 194 built, four-door, standard paint color Premier Green1940Buick Series 60 Century Phaeton
26%
First flagship of General Motors1910-12Oldsmobile Limited
26%
"Henry's lady"1928-31Ford Model A
22%
Body styles included Town Cars and Sport Phaetons; released at the Roosevelt Hotel1932Packard Twin Six
22%
Shown at the New York Auto Show, $10,000, 5 built, Phillip O. Wright1933Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow
22%
Cadillac's junior "companion car," named after a French explorer1927-29La Salle
19%
First front-wheel drive offered to the public1929-32Cord L-29
15%
Boattail designed by Alan Leamy1931-32Auburn Speedster
15%
Gordon Buehrig, front wheel drive, hidden headlamps, "Coffin Nose"1936-37Cord 810/812
15%
Jaguar of its day, swoopy fenders, chromed bullet headlamps1935Auburn 851 Carbiolet
15%
"Shark nose," forward-thrusting faces, concept drawings by Amos Northup1938-40Graham Spirit of Motion
11%
Coupe, Convertible Victoria, Amos Northup designs1936-37Graham Supercharger
11%
GM's limited production show car1933-37Cadillac V-16 Aero-Dynamic Coupe
7%
One of America's original "fine cars," early Brass Era1908Simplex 50 Speedcar
7%
Murray's V-grille, other memorable car was the Flying Cloud1931-34Reo Royale 8
7%
First purpose-built sports car, first "supercar"1911Mercer 35R Raceabout
7%
Oliver Clark designed radiator grille, automatic heater control, safety glass1932-33Chrysler CL Custom Imperial
7%

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