Test your classic car IQ

Test your classic car IQ, seventh edition

Welcome to the seventh article in our “test your classic car IQ” series. In a nutshell, we’ve combined our steel wheel, headlight, door handle and emblem quizzes into a single series that will also include other components. Expect to see pictures of air dams, shapely quarter panels, unique instrument clusters, and so on.

The point of this quiz isn’t to trick our readers; we’re still getting a feel for what’s too difficult and what’s too easy, so don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below what you think about this week’s quiz.

With that said, can you identify the six classics pictured below?

Also, you’ll find the answers to our last quiz at the bottom of this page.

1.

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2.

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3.

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4.

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5.

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6.

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The answers to our last quiz are:

1. Renault 4 F4
2. Citroën GS
3. Triumph Vitesse
4. Simca 1200 S
5. Renault 30

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16 thoughts on “Test your classic car IQ, seventh edition

  1. There are some pretty difficult ones:
    1.- VW Transporter T3.
    2.- Mercedes Ponton (shot in the dark)
    3.- Simca 1300/1500 (wild guess, again)
    4.- Citroën DS
    5.- Vw Beetle.
    6- Fiat 600

  2. 5 simple ones and 1 tricky:
    1. Volkswagen T3 pre-facelift (with air-cooled engine)
    2. Peugeot 403 (diesel! that is a rarity!)
    3. ??
    4. Volkswagen Kaefer/Beetle/Coccinelle after 1966
    5. Fiat 500 (after 1968)

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