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    Something Fun for Car Enthusiasts

    Try this tailgate quiz, courtesy of Glassman.

    I got 10 out of 35. I guess I better stick to woodworking.
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    YOUR SCORE 28/35

    Not bad for a redneck who ain't never seen most of those cars.

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    I got 25...

    But really, some of those questions were simply silly. Guessing between a Locus and a Ferrari and some other oddball brand... As if we see those on the road enough to know the lights? Maybe I'm just whining a bit. But I know that at least 5 out of my score were complete guesses.

    Not to mention that only one out of the 35 was a mini-van, and only one or two were SUVs, and that is what we see mostly on the roads!!
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    17 out of 35. Not bad i think for a guy not into cars or born in NA. Funny thing is did better on the old North American cars than the fancy European sports cars i have seen more of.
    cheers

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    34/35. Missed the 500SL.

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    16/35 and I miss the F150--most of the right answers were a guess except for the 50 something caddy

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    29/35 and I 'had' 4 of those, but changed them... dangit
    -Ned

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    i got 21/35. a lot of them that i didn't get were ones i didn't go with my first choice.
    benedictione omnes bene

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    24/35, but only because it was a Canadian car site...their tail lights are much different.
    Darren

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    21, exactly half my age

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