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Can We Guess What Car You Would Have Driven in the '60s?
by Mark Lichtenstein

VROOM VROOM! If we take a trip back to the '60s, we'd find some iconic and now-obscure cars filling up the streets. From the popular Camaro to a Microbus, can we guess what car you would've driven in the '60s?

By the time the '60s rolled around, the car industry had already made great waves from where it first began. The car journey began in 1885 in Germany, when inventor Karl Benz created the first true car with an internal combustion engine. In 75 years, the car industry would become one of the biggest around the world, and some of the most iconic cars were created in this decade. Which would you have driven?

The decade was extremely popular for the introduction of muscle cars. The 1960s introduced the classic Ford Mustang, Chevy Camaro and Plymouth Road Runner. You would've seen the Pontiac GTO, Shelby GT500 or the Dodge Charger. Would you be cruising in a muscle car or something a little less flashy? 

While it definitely wasn't flashy, the Volkswagen Microbus was a common sight to see. You might've seen Volkwagen's other popular car, the Beetle. Did you want the luxurious Aston Martin DBS?

There were tons of cars that made the 1960s iconic. Would you put the pedal to the metal in a Dodge Charger or would you be cruising around in the Microbus "hippy van?" Let's find out!

Take this quiz and we'll see if we can guess what you would have driven in the '60s! Buckle those seat belts!

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