Quiz: Can You Identify These Cars From The 1960s and 1970s?
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Can You Identify These Cars From The 1960s and 1970s?
By: Craig
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About This Quiz

A world away in terms of technology now, the 60s and 70s still produced some incredible cars, especially in terms of styling and on both sides of the Atlantic as well as in Asia.

The '60s, in particular, saw the birth of that American classic - the muscle car. And depending on who you talk to, opinions vary as to who brought out the first muscle car. All we know is that these American classics are as sought after now as they were then. While in Asia, smaller was simply better during the '60s and '70s with Kei cars, or city cars, proving to be most popular.

The question is, however, would you be able to identify cars from the United States, Europe and Asia by simply looking at an image? Sounds easy? It's not! This quiz, in which only 11% of people get all the answers correct, will put your knowledge of models from those two decades to the test. You will have to dig deep, especially to identify those cars a little less well known. Of course, some cars will stand out and be instantly recognizable, but for others, you will have to work that gray matter!

So what are you waiting for! Get going!

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