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Question 1: In 1953, Briggs Motor Bodies was purchased, giving the company more control of its supplies and at the same time acquiring further plants at Doncaster, Southampton, ________ and Romford.
South NorwoodPurley, LondonCrystal Palace, LondonCroydon

Question 2: Another new factory opened at ________ in 1964 to make tractors, and in 1965, a further plant was acquired in Swansea to make chassis components and axles.
BasildonPitseaBillericayWickford

Question 3: After the ________, the Trafford Park plant was extended, and in 1919, 41 % of British registered cars were Fords.
Armenian GenocideCaucasus CampaignWorld War IWestern Front (World War I)

Question 4: Ford Motor Company Limited was the manufacturing and sales arm of the ________ for the United Kingdom and originally also Ireland.
Vauxhall MotorsFord FairmontFord Focus (international)Ford Motor Company

Question 5: The first Ford cars, three Model As, were imported into the UK in 1903 and the first dealership in ________ opened in 1910.
Kingston upon HullBrighton and HoveSouthamptonPortsmouth

Question 6: ________ 10,12,15 cwt
Thames 400eFord PilotFord Model TFord Transit

Question 7: In 1967, ________ was formed with Ford of Britain becoming part of the new group.
Ford PumaFord Motor CompanyFord Focus (international)Ford of Europe

Question 8: During the Second World War, the Dagenham plant turned out 360,000 vehicles and a new factory in Urmston, Manchester made 34,000 ________ engines.
Rolls-Royce CrecyRolls-Royce GriffonRolls-Royce MerlinRolls-Royce R







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