WebCars! Mustang Trivia Test
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1) How many Mustangs were produced in the first year of production?
2) What year was the second generation "Mustang II" introduced?
3) The man behind the SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) Mustang racing effort in the '60s was:
H. C. Misch
4) The "Luxury" version of the Mustang, called the "Mustang Grande" was introduced in:
5) Rack and pinion steering became available in the Mustang in:
Mustangs have always featured rack and pinion steering.
6) There was a series of Mustangs known as SVO. SVO stands for:
Superior Vehicle Output
Super Volume Organization
Super Vehicle Output
Special Vehicle Operations
7) The 1984 SVO Mustang featured:
A radically tuned high output V6 engine
A 2.3 liter, four cylinder, turbocharged and intercooled engine
Nothing more than a cosmetic paint and trim upgrade
Four wheel drive
8) The Mach I name first appeared in what model year?
9) Which of the following is not a true statement?
The original Mustang prototype, shown to the public, was a small 2 seater with a V4 engine
The Mustang was so popular in the beginning that a baker once boasted "Our hotcakes are selling like Mustangs!"
The "KR" portion of the modified GT 500KR Mustang stood for "King of the Road"
The term "Mustang" refers to a World War II era battleship
10) As introduced in 1964, the original Mustang had its gas filler mounted
Between the trunk and the license plate
Behind the license plate
On the drivers side
On the passangers side