Vintage English Cars Quiz
A nostalgic look at some of England's Motor Companies (1890s-1920s) and their first cars. 10 Questions.
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One of England's earliest motor vehicles, the 'Sociable' tricar was first produced as a single-seater, in 1898, by which 1868-founded 'bicycle' company?
This was the first car produced by the company in 1900, but for what did D. Napier & Son become one of the most important manufacturers in the early to mid-20th century England?
This 1904 model is the oldest known example of the first car produced by which partnership in 1902?
Mead and Deakin
The 25/30 was a 'Longbridge Limousine' produced between 1906 and 1907, by which English company?
Which was the first car to be produced on an assembly line with over 15 million being produced between 1908 and 1927?
De Dion Bouton
Panhard et Levassor B2
Model T Ford
The first Morris car was the 'Oxford' produced in 1913 and affectionately known by what nickname?
Previously known for his range of rotary aero-engines in World War I, who produced his first car in 1921?
In 1909 the founder of which English motor company originally produced the 'Runabout' for his own personal use?
The 1921 'Light 4 Tourer' was the first of the Rhode Motor Company's range and was built in which part of England?
The 14/28 Super Sports was the first car produced by Oxford's Morris Motors with the 'MG' badge in which year?
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