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Answers: Can You Guess The Classic Cars?

Wheel see if you are correct.

You were asked to guess the models of 14 classic cars based on photographs of their interiors in this article here at The Gate on Friday, July 29, 2022 — and this article contains the answers, which include the year, manufacturer, and model.

Answers: Can You Guess The Classic Cars?

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1931 Ford Model A
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Classic car A is a 1931 Ford Model A — and you are encouraged to open any of its doors to sit in it!

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1959 Edsel Corsair Convertible
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Classic car B is a 1959 Ford Edsel Corsair Convertible.

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1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt
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Classic car C is a 1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt.

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2018 Lamborghini Aventador S
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Classic car D is a 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S.

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1967 Camaro RS
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Classic car E is a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS.

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1981 DeLorean DMC-12
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Classic car F is a 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 — similar to the one used as a time machine in the classic 1985 movie Back to the Future — but alas, it is missing a flux capacitor.

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1960 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible
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Classic car G is a 1960 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible.

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1957 Chevrolet Corvette
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Classic car H is a 1957 Chevrolet Corvette.

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1959 AMC Metropolitan
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Classic car I is a 1959 AMC Nash Metropolitan.

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1934 Chrysler Airflow Series CU
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Classic car J is a 1934 Chrysler Airflow Series CU.

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1975 AMC Pacer X
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Classic car K is a 1975 AMC Pacer X.

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1954 Kaiser Darrin, Series 161 Roadster
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Classic car L is a 1954 Kaiser Darrin, Series 161 Roadster, which is unusual in that its dashboard was padded and its two doors slid into the front of the car instead of opening outward.

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1932 Rolls Royce 20/25
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Classic car M 1932 Rolls Royce 20/25. The steering wheel on the right side of the car was a clue that it was not an American car.

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1932 Buick Model 67
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Classic car N is a 1932 Buick Model 67.

Final Boarding Call

Being around these classic cars in person was an amazing experience which I truly enjoyed — but can you guess where the interiors of all of these classic cars were photographed?

The answer will be revealed in the next article — as well as details on how you can view these legendary machines in person yourself…

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  1. … can you guess where the interiors of all of these classic cars were photographed?
    Yes, Savoy Automotive Museum, northwest of Atlanta. How do I know? Look at the last photo of the 1932 Buick Model 67 where the front license plate reads “Sav…”

    Buicks were popular in the Republic of China in the 1920’s and 30’s. It was like Mercedes Benz of today. The emperor and elite drove it. Now Buicks remain popular in the People’s Republic of China. More Buicks are sold in China than in the US, Canada, and all other countries combined. That shows that a car’s reputation and name is extremely important. That’s why I believe Ford should have kept Volvo and GM should have kept Saab. Once you sell the name, you can never get it back.

    The Republic of China government moved to Taiwan during the closing days of the 1949 civil war where it remains today. Buicks were somewhat popular in Taiwan but GM did not support sales very well. Taiwan has high tariffs on imported cars but Japanese brands, like Toyota, Honda, and Mazda, build cars locally. GM did not try to assemble Buicks from kits in Taiwan.

    1. You are correct about both where the photographs were taken and about the popularity of Buick in China, derek.

      When I was in China, I was astounded by how many Buicks were on the streets there; so yes, they are still popular there — probably as much as ever…

      1. You are brave. I may never visit China and certainly not in the next decade. I am uncomfortable of their government and system. Taiwan is a different story. That’s a country that I would like to visit more than a technical stop and airport terminal visit that I’ve done. Hong Kong, I’ve visited while the British were winding down but hadn’t left left.

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