Ready for #TriviaTuesday with Daniel Schmitt & Co.?? Today’s question is from John Sherman, our General Manager and huge Saab fan.
“Corvette built its only “split window” in which year?”
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Are you ready for Daniel Schmitt & Co.’s #TriviaTuesday?
If you know the right answer, write it in the comments below and don’t forget to tag a friend in our weekly game of #classiccartrivia
“In engine terms, what does DOHC mean?”
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#TriviaTuesday with Daniel Schmitt & Co. Do you know the correct answer to John Sherman’s #classiccartrivia question?
“The first four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes appeared as standard equipment on which car?”
- 1924 Packard
- 1921 Duesenberg Model A
- 1930 Pierce Arrow
- 1926 Buick
- 1932 Auburn
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See if you can answer our #TriviaTuesday question
“The Chevrolet Corvette was the first American sports car to achieve 50 years of production.”
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A family tradition for over 50 years selling the world’s finest classic cars, Daniel Schmitt & Co. provides sophisticated collectors, investors and enthusiasts throughout the world with high quality classic motorcars. We are one of the most trusted marketplaces for classic and collector vehicles and we are proud to say that we have 100% favorable reviews as an eBay seller.
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The day we’re all waiting for at Daniel Schmitt & Co. #TriviaTuesday with John Sherman. See if you can answer his question for today:
In the Beach Boys song ‘Shut Down”, one car was a ‘fuel injected Stingray’, what was the other?
B. Super Stock Dodge
E. None of the above
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Today’s Trivia question won’t be easy, let’s see how many true car lovers are out there!
John’s Trivia Tuesday question is:
‘What was the first U.S. made Postwar car with a sliding canvas sunroof option?’
A. Chevy Nova
B. Buick Skylark
C. Studebaker Lark
D. Edsel Citation
E. Ford Falcon
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Can you guess the right answer to John’s Tuesday Trivia question?
Push-button shifting was NOT available on which car?
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