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|Posted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 7:22 pm Post subject: COA Motoring Quiz - No: 24
|Q1. The Rover 3500 was assembled in New Zealand from 1971 to 1976, at New Zealand Motor Corporation's assembly plant in Stoke, Nelson, alongside the Triumph 2000/2500, Jaguar XJ6 (Series 1 and 2) and Land Rover (Series 3). A notable factor about the Rover 3500 was that the cars once assembled were then exported to Australia.
- How many Rover 3500 cars were eventually shipped to Australia during this period from New Zealand ?;
- how many Rover 3500 cars were produced worldwide from 1971 to 1976 ?.
Q2. The Ford Mustang is Ford's third oldest nameplate currently in production. Which two models have carried the Ford name for longer ?
Q3. Launched in 1973, the Leyland P76 had a boot which is best known for one thing ?????
ANSWERS TO ALL THREE QUESTIONS ARE BELOW:
A1. - 2,400 into Australia and 322,302 produced worldwide.
A2. The F-Series pickup truck line and the Falcon (still in production in Australia).
A3. You can fit a 44 gallon drum in the boot !!!!