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Question 1: In the 1950s Jensen were chosen by the ________ (BMC) to build the bodies for the four-wheel-drive Austin Gipsy.
British LeylandLand RoverBritish Motor CorporationMini

Question 2: During ________ Jensen concentrated on the war effort and produced components for military vehicles including the turrets for tanks, and on the production of specialised ambulances and fire-engines.
Soviet occupationsWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 3: Also featured was the Dunlop Maxaret ________ in one of the first uses of ABS in a production car.
Anti-lock braking systemFour-wheel driveAutomobileBMW

Question 4: [3] During production, the A40 Sports' aluminum bodies were built by Jensen and transported to Austin's ________ for final assembly.
Longbridge plantAustin Motor CompanyMiniBritish Leyland

Question 5: The Interceptor was offered in ________, convertible and (rare) coupé versions.
FastbackChevrolet VegaHatchbackStation wagon

Question 6: In 1934 they were commissioned by American film actor ________ to design and build a car for him based on a Ford V-8 chassis[1].
Clark Gable filmographyClark GableGone with the Wind (film)James Stewart (actor)

Question 7: In 1955, Jensen started production of Neale's masterpiece, the 541, which used the then-revolutionary material of ________ for its bodywork.
Optical fiberAsbestosPlasticFiberglass

Question 8: Jensen Motors, Ltd was a British manufacturer of sports cars and commercial vehicles, based in West Bromwich (in the West Midlands west of ________).
WolverhamptonStoke-on-TrentBirminghamCoventry

Question 9: The 541 was replaced by another Neale design, the CV8 in 1962, which replaced the Austin-sourced straight-6 of the previous cars with a 6 litre American Chrysler ________.
Straight-six engineV6 engineV8 engineV12 engine







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