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Ford Model AA: Quiz

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Question 1: As the Model T and TT became obsolete and needed to be replaced, ________ began initial designs on the Model A and Model AA in 1926.
Ford Motor CompanyCharles LindberghFranklin D. RooseveltHenry Ford

Question 2: In 1930-1931 a dual-wheel adapter was developed and used for a variety of body styles, including dump-trucks, ________ and Stake Trucks.
Firefighting worldwideWater tenderFire apparatusFirefighter

Question 3: The cluster is in a ________ formation, with the start key and pop-out switch is on the left point.
GarnetDiamondGoldPalladium

Question 4: Special wheels were produced for ________ and Funeral Coaches.
AmbulanceParamedicEmergency medical dispatcherEmergency medical services

Question 5: The Model AA Ford is powered by the same 201-cubic-inch (3.3 L) engine ________ engine that the Model A Ford used.
V6 engineV8 engineInline-four engineStraight-six engine

Question 6: ________ were available for the front end.
Suspension (vehicle)Shock absorberAutomobileCar handling

Question 7: The designs of the Model A shared parts and materials with the Model AA Ford, notably the body, ________ and interior.
EngineDiesel engineJet engineStirling engine

Question 8: The controls in the Model AA Ford are entirely mechanical, except the ________ in later models.
Windscreen wiperAutomobileHeadlampAutomotive lighting

Question 9: The Model AA Ford followed similar design changes that the Model A Ford underwent during the ________ year production, but often those changes followed on a delay, anywhere from three to nine months.
4 (number)5 (number)6 (number)3 (number)

Question 10: AA – Chassis 157”
AA – Dual Chassis 131 ½”
AA – Dual Chassis 157”
AA – Dual
________
Funeral Coach
Mail Truck
Panel Truck
Pickup 131 ½”
Pickup 157”
Deluxe Pickup 131 ½”
Deluxe Pickup 157”
Express Pickup 131 ½”
Service Pickup 131 ½”
Platform Truck
Emergency medical dispatcherAmbulanceEmergency medical servicesParamedic







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