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Which 70s Car Should You Drive?

Take this quiz to reveal which vintage beauty should be in your driveway.

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Pick a paint color.
Red
Black
Silver
Blue
Yellow

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Yes or no to racing stripes?
Yes
No

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You prefer a car manufactured in...
Italy
The UK
Italy
Japan
None of these

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What month does your birthday fall in?
January-March
April-June
July-September
October-December

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Pick a power animal.
Panther
Lion
Tiger
Bear
honey Badger

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Pick a beverage for your cup-holder.
Diet Coke
Dr. Pepper
Water
Coffee
Tea

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When is the last time you were pulled over for speeding?
Within the last 6 months
6 months- 1 year ago
It's been over a year

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Did you talk yourself out of getting a ticket?
Yes
No

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Do you prefer the steering wheel to be on the right or on the left?
The right
The left

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6

1972 Lancia Stratos HF

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Who wouldn't want to own a car that had 17 world championship wins and more than 50 European championship titles to its name? How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

1978 BMW M1

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Introduced at the 1978 Paris Motor Show, the M1 was the first publicly sold M performance car that BMW produced. Four hundred and fifty-six of these bad boys were built from '78-'81 with 3.5L inline 6-cylinder engines. It was basically a race car draped in pedestrian clothes. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

1977 Aston Martin V8 Vantage

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Many consider this to be Britain's first supercar. It had the same V8 engine as the Lagonda, however, this version had revised camshafts, an air-box, larger inlet valves and carburettors, new inlet manifolds and different plugs. That meant shooting from 0-60 mph in 5.2 seconds with a top speed of 170 mph. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

1971 De Tomaso Pantera

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Designed by American Tom Tjaarda, the Pantera was introduced in '71. Under the hood was a powerful 351cu-in, 5.8L V8. Fun fact: Pantera translates to "Panther." How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

1970 Toyota 2000GT

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Raymond Loewy of Yamaha was responsible for this Japanese beauty. Introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1965, it's largely considered the first Japanese sports car ever. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.
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