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PostPosted: March 17, 2016, 10:50 pm 
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Saw this posted on canadianrodder.com I got a 90%, not bad, but should have done better

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PostPosted: March 17, 2016, 11:40 pm 
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21 out of 42..... 50%

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71%
only got 1 completely wrong, a few others was 1\2 right either year or make

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You old guys had an advantage there. Those were mostly before I was even around! 62%, like Brian said, pretty well got the brand, not so much the year!
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but i did get the fords and the merc correct so im good with that

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PostPosted: March 18, 2016, 9:02 am 
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Just how old do you think we are? I missed a very few out of the total but didn't look at the % Missed like 5 out of all the questions. Saw one or two I would have liked to own.

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64 f100 wrote:
Just how old do you think we are? I missed a very few out of the total but didn't look at the % Missed like 5 out of all the questions. Saw one or two I would have liked to own.

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im 56
i know both you and Paul have a few years more than me

i mostly messed up with the plymouth ,hudson, and diamond t which i answered as mack though i did get the year right on that.

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PostPosted: March 18, 2016, 10:27 am 
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lucky for me.....
if your born between 61-66 in this club
you get a free pass :roll:

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PostPosted: March 18, 2016, 10:45 am 
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Ice, I know I'm older than dirt, you don't have to remind me. My body reminds me everyday . Going to reach the next plateau this years, the big 70 .I figure another 10 years before they haul the carcus off to be burned. Hopefully I will be dead when that happens. Trying my best to not buy any more projects. hard to do, I'm an addaholic with a weak willpower. My kids will hate me when I die. I can see it now. What the hell was he thinking and what the hell is it? I did let the in the car crank shaft grinder go a few years ago. Rare item but not very practical even in the 30's when it was made. Had to raise the car up , drop the pan, disconnect the rod and get the rod and piston out of the way. Mount the grinder on the crankshaft, and put the motor to turn the wheels , put it in gear and start the process. Showed it being used on about a 1939 Plymouth. Weird because the whole car had to be off the ground and the grinder hung down below the motor about two foot. The rear wheels turned the engine by use of the motor provided for this. Grinder was calibrated for thousands of an inch adjustment. I've only seen one, I had it. Real Rube Goldberg item, came in a wooden crate and took up a lot of space.

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83%, but since I am older than rich (73) and had drivers license since the 50's I drove most of them at my uncles salvage yard late 50's and 60's.
It was not unusual for him to buy the complete back row at used car lots and we would drive them to yard.


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62% did well on the make
and poor on the year.

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83% mostly wrong year. I did hit the wrong button and called the Studebaker a Hudson. Looks like Slick4x4 is giving me a pass though.

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I got the studebakers correct, but most of the others wrong. funny.

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62% mostly missed the years. The hard ones were from the WW2 years they were so close before and after.

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I got a 57%. I knew the Fords and recognized the bed fenders on the Studebaker trucks. I had no idea about the years on the other pre war stuff, and I didn't even know that Hudson made trucks until I took the quiz.

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76% like others mostly missed years, couple of brands.
I know too many chevy guys that owned or own similar trucks.
So I did get all the chev's . oops.gif


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57%, my dad would be so disappointed. He loved his old trucks and would have likely gotten near 90% correct.


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surprised my self, got 57% as well... like Brian, the Fords and Merc's held me up and wasn't too shabby on the years

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71%. I'm a decent guesser I suppose

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55% for me
When I missed the yr it was like 41 and I chose 42....kewl test

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