Last Wednesday I set a Criptic Details Quiz here are the questions and answers.
It’s a ’58, but which letter ?
Answer 1958 Chrysler 300D.
Another slippery MOPAR, but which model ?
Answer Dodge Viper.
What was the code name that Product Planning Dept leader Erick A. Reikert lent to the base model of this RS Turbo ?
Answer Erick A. Reikert lent his name Erika to the base Ford Escort Mk III of which this is the top of the range RS Turbo model.
Surnames names of two US presidents who might be associated with this door handle.
Answer Presidents Lincoln and Kennedy are the names that might be associated with this Lincoln Continental.
What was the most popular block used in the Formula A / Formula 5000 open wheel series ?
Answer The most popular block used in Formula A / Formula 5000 series for cars powered by production block motors was the Chevrolet small block as seen on this 1969 Lola Chevrolet T142 once run by Horst Kröll.
Which Brazilian went on to become a three time world champion after running into the rear end of Martin Brundle’s Formula Three Ralt RT3 ?
Answer Brazilian Ayrton Senna went on to become three time world champion after running into the rear end of Martin Brundle’s Formula Three Ralt RT3 seen here at the recent Oulton Park Gold Cup meeting driven by Graham Fennymore.
Enzo Ferrari described this as “The most beautiful car ever made” what is it ?
Answer Enzo Ferrari described the E-Type Jaguar as “The most beautiful car ever made”.
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Thanks for joining me on this “Criptic Details” edition of “Gettin’ a li’l psycho on tyres” I hope you will join me again tomorrow. Don’t forget to come back now !