Fun and nostalgic with some models I never knew even existed....
Fun 35 out of 42 points, never saw any Mercury trucks, but there are lots of things I've never seen..
I only got 60% good on the makes not so much on the years!
I got 35 out of 42. I just don't know the model years of some of the more obscure makes.
That was fun. I got 41 out of 42, called a 30 something Studebaker a Hudson.
Roger, the Canadian Ford trucks were called Mercury.
That 55 Chevy throwed me. I thought a 55 was the same body style as the 56,57,58 59.
I got 38 out of 42 - missed on a couple of years.
Richard, there were two Chevy trucks in 55. The first looked like a 54 and the second was more like the 56.
I got 36 out of 42 and don't feel too bad as many of these were tricky because the basic sheet metal was the same for years with only trim changes.
Thanks though I was cracking up.
Only 77%. Onthe other hand one of the photographs is wrong. The "1931" Model A has a radiator shell on it that was only used on the 1930 Ford commercial vehicles.
36 of 42... those were pretty tough.
36 outta 42, got all the Fords right cept' the Model "A", it was tough !!!
I got 86 percent correct, including the Canadian 48 Merc M1.
I got all the makes but missed years on the odd ones.
I tied with Robert Hester with 41/42
Well, I blew it only 28 right, but that's 67%, still better than "average." Part of the problem, is many of them are slightly modified. The Model A shell, I've seen on '31s, but the other thing about that car is the radiator is a standard one, and the radiator for that shell is extra-thick 4-row radiator; you can see the gap between the radiator and shell front.
Got 41 out of 42. The linger-on 54 Chev is one I did not know existed as a declared 1955 model. Is this actually true ???
Early 55 Chevys were call "first series" and late 55 Chevys were called "second series". The biggest difference between the 54's and early 55's is how the grilles were painted.
Yep Burger, it is. I had an "early series" '55 Chevy pickup back in the early '70's. Dave