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1952 Ford: Quiz


Question 1: William Clay Ford paced the ________ in a Sunliner convertible with a dummy Continental tire kit.
Indianapolis 500Indianapolis 500 firsts1994 Indianapolis 500Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Question 2: The "woody" Country Squire wagon now used artificial ________ panels but remained the most-expensive Ford.
PlasticFiberglassAsbestosOptical fiber

Question 3: Both models were updated in 1953 and 1954 along the lines of the US Fords and were powered by the Flathead ________ which went into Australian production in 1952.
V8 engineStraight-six engineV12 engineV6 engine

Question 4: Another new addition was the "Crestline Skyliner" 2 door hardtop, which featured an ________ panel over the front half of the roof.
Poly(methyl methacrylate)PlasticPolystyrenePolycarbonate

Question 5: The long-lived Flathead ________ was replaced for 1954 by an overhead valve Y-block unit, marking the end of an era.
V12 engineV8 engineStraight-six engineV6 engine

Question 6: This engine produced 130 hp (97 kW) with a 2-barrel ________ and an impressive 160 hp (119 kW) with a Holley four-barrel in the official-use-only law enforcement model.
Ignition systemCarburetorSpark plugThrottle

Question 7: This time, curved one-piece windshield glass joined a new "Mileage Maker" ________ engine.
Straight-six engineStraight-eight engineV8 engineInline-four engine

Question 8: The top "Crestline" included the "Sunliner" ________, "Victoria" hardtop, and "Country Squire" station wagon.
Car body styleKarmannConvertibleVolkswagen Beetle


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