To the classic car enthusiast, almost any problem can be solved with enough time, effort and money. Depending on what the car will be used for, newer replacement parts for some of the internal workings of the vehicle are considered acceptable by most hobbyists. In this quiz, we'll look at the different parts of a car, their predicted road life and ways we can make them last longer. Get started to test your knowledge!
Question 1 of 10
What's the most common procedure for removing rust from panels and frames?
Question 2 of 10
True or false: Sandblasters are preferable to rust-removal soaks because the latter are generally toxic and unsuitable for a home shop environment.
Question 3 of 10
What are the most popular model years for the Ford Mustang collector?
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A Chevy Camaro, second only to the Ford Mustang in popularity among collectors, generally sells within what price range?
Question 5 of 10
The single-pedal, four-wheel brake system now standard in all vehicles was not developed until what year?
Question 6 of 10
The Nash company introduced factory-installed safety belts in 1949, but some consumers cut them out with razor blades. Of the 48,000 cars sold, how many safety belts were used regularly?
Question 7 of 10
Prior to the 1950s, cars usually drove on inner-tube tires. When was the tubeless tire, still in use today, first introduced?
Question 8 of 10
Responsible auto owners should check their manufacturer's guide often enough to make sure they're up to speed, but it helps to remember a few basic rules of thumb. How often should you replace your spark plugs, for example?
Question 9 of 10
Today's tires can be expected to last up to 80,000 miles, depending on manufacturer and range. How long did they generally last back in the 1970s?
Question 10 of 10