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Question 1: They also built an aluminum-bodied three-wheeled ________, the Petite.
Economy carBubble carAutomobileMicrocar

Question 2: Only a few were built before production was interrupted by the ________.
Caucasus CampaignWestern Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideWorld War I

Question 3: The resulting Cobra was a very powerful roadster, and it is commonly blamed for the introduction of the 70 mph (113 km/h) limit on British ________.
MotorwayFreewayHigh-quality dual carriagewayHighway

Question 4: The 2-Litre used an updated version of the pre-war underslung chassis fitted with the AC straight-six and traditional ash-framed and ________-panelled saloon or convertible coachwork.
GoldTitaniumAluminiumCopper

Question 5: Shelby needed a car that could compete with the ________ in US sports car racing.
Chevrolet Corvette C3Chevrolet Corvette C5Chevrolet Corvette C2Chevrolet Corvette

Question 6: It was a modern automobile with a ________ chassis and an aluminum body, but was expensive to develop and build.
SilverGoldStainless steelCopper

Question 7: [5] In 1926 the Honourable Victor Bruce, an AC employee, won the ________ in his 2-litre AC.
Tour de CorseRally de PortugalSwedish RallyMonte Carlo Rally

Question 8: In 1921, ________ (who had been with Napier & Son) bought shares in the company and was appointed governing director.
Selwyn EdgeDorothy LevittNapier & SonAuto racing

Question 9: In 1962 AC was approached by Carroll Shelby to use a small block Ford V8 engine in the Ace chassis, producing the ________.
AC FruaAC CobraAC AceAC Cars

Question 10: In 1984 production stopped at ________ and the car and the AC name were licenced to a new company registered as AC (Scotland) plc run by David McDonald in a new factory in Hillington, Glasgow.
MoleseyThames DittonClaygateEsher
















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