Do you know what makes these cars so interesting?
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What makes the Jaguar XJ220 so much different than anything else around?
- Gullwing Doors
- Pop-Down headlamps
- It's 1.63X longer than the largest Great White Shark
The Howmet TX is interesting in that...
- It was the only turbine-powered car to win a race
- It's body is mostly made of Cotton
- It was the first race car to have ever have a fitted windscreen wiper
We all love the Bentley Brooklands. Wait... why?
- The interior is stained with stain glass
- It is exactly half the length of a London Bus
- 11 cows were used for the interior
What (specifically) separates the Ferrari 250 GTO from any other car known?
- It is classified as a piece of art
- It's expensive
- You can only access the engine by jacking up the car
This one should be easy. Why does everyone love the Aston Martin DB5?
- James Bond, of course!
- Produced in Asia, badged in Britain
- Nobody has ever put a bumper sticker on one
What makes the Lancia 037 so unique?
- First rally car with more than 10 lights
- Last RWD rally car to win the WRC
- It was Lancias last road/rally car
Not only is the Jaguar XK-120 beautiful, but it was able to take this prized title home in the 1940's...
- Lightist road car ever produced
- The shortest car ever produced (in height)
- The fastest road car ever made
Ahh, the 1953 Corvette. Slow, heavy, and a bit ugly, but what else made it so interesting?
- It was only available in white with a red interior
- Its tires were larger than a man-hole cover
- The headlights were taken from a MGB
The Saab 99 Turbo. Why was that important again?
- Has a joystick for steering!
- It's air-conditioning came through the front of the windscreen!
- The first Turbo road car for the masses!
And finally... What was the Ford Pinto so notorious for?
- The glass would shatter every tome you hit a large bump
- It would catch on fire if someone rammed it in the back
- You had to pay extra for a mirror and back seats
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