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Gillig: Quiz


Question 1: The only LNG Phantoms in existence currently operate shuttle service at Los Angeles International Airport and ________.
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International AirportGeorge Bush Intercontinental AirportDallas/Fort Worth International AirportO'Hare International Airport

Question 2: In 1890, Jacob Gillig opened a carriage and wagon shop in ________, and was joined by his son Leo in 1896.
San FranciscoLos AngelesOakland, CaliforniaSan Jose, California

Question 3: In the late 1920s, Gillig starting producing pleasure boats and heavy trucks, and produced their first ________ in 1932.
Blue Bird CorporationWayne CorporationSchool busThomas Built Buses

Question 4: In 1992, Gillig began producing an ________ fueled version of the Phantom in an attempt to produce a low-emissions transit bus, but this was later discontinued.
GasolineLiquefied natural gasHeliumNatural gas

Question 5: The original shop was destroyed in the ________, but reopened as the Leo Gillig Automobile Works manufacturing automobile, hearse, truck, and bus bodies.
2008 Chino Hills earthquake1906 San Francisco earthquake1989 Loma Prieta earthquake2007 Alum Rock earthquake

Question 6: In 1996, Gillig introduced a ________ hybrid powered Phantom, which they produced until 2006.
Diesel-electric transmissionHybrid electric vehicleDiesel engineTransmission (mechanics)

Question 7: A State of ________ tax-free subsidy helped early sales, and sales were later buoyed by low-bidding on contracts and specializing in serving smaller transit agencies.
Los AngelesSacramento, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaCalifornia

Question 8: In 1977, Gillig decided to branch out into the manufacture of transit buses and teamed up with ________ to build a series of European-styled transit buses that had the option of propane fueled engines.
Neoplan CentrolinerArticulated busNeoplanNeoplan Skyliner

Question 9: However, some transit districts have converted Gillig buses to run on CNG or ________.
GasolineHeliumLiquefied natural gasButane

Question 10: Gillig Corporation, formerly Gillig Bros., is a manufacturer of heavy-duty low floor transit buses located in ________.
San Jose, CaliforniaHayward, CaliforniaFremont, CaliforniaOakland, California


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