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Old 07-21-2009, 11:16 PM
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what would be hupmobile.

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Time to air this out a little... (pardon the pun)

A shocking invention in the mid 1920's, Earle S. MacPherson gleaned his design philosophy from an engineer that worked for WHAT auto manufacturer?

the engineer was Guido Fornaca, the company was fiat.
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Nice Jeopardy-esque reply but, Nope.

see below
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Old 07-21-2009, 11:24 PM
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what would be hupmobile.
Nice Jeopardy-esque reply but, Nope.

Key words, "MacPherson gleaned his design philosophy from". Or in other words used 'design elements'.
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Old 07-21-2009, 11:30 PM
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the engineer was Guido Fornaca, the company was fiat.
Cheyenne you're a fast study... FIAT it is. Yes the company that is infusing money into Chrysler nowadays.

Pick a good one Cheyenne, the floor is all yours.

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I'm guessing I'm not the only one whohas had a speeding ticket....
What year was the first speeding ticket issued?
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1904??


(ok, so I "cheated" and used Google )
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1904?? :p
For doing 12 MPH. Thats funny !
A far cry from one in May of 2003. Supposedly the driver was going 242mph in a 75mph zone.Good job!
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For doing 12 MPH. Thats funny !
A far cry from one in May of 2003. Supposedly the driver was going 242mph in a 75mph zone.Good job!
Yeah, 12mph today would get you a ticket on most roads today for going to slow!



I guess it's my turn to ask a question now?


Easy one, what was the largest engine EVER available in a production car!
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1927 Bugatti Royale, 13 liters - 778 Cu In
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1927 Bugatti Royale, 13 liters - 778 Cu In
Correct!

I always thought it was Caddilac till I started researching last night!



You have the floor!
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OK, next question:


What year did hydraulic lifters first appear in Ford V8s?
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Fe got them in 58, but I believe the first was in 49
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Fe got them in 58, but I believe the first was in 49
I'm not sure about '49, but 1958 is the answer I was looking for, so you got it!

The floor is yours, 61bone.
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