How Many '60s Cars Can You Identify?

J.P. Naomi

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About This Quiz

Calling all '60s car buffs! If you enjoy spending time reminiscing about the days of old and the cars of old, then this quiz will be right up your alley! Or right up your speedway, whichever you prefer. You see, only the most knowledgeable about this era of cars will be able to ace this quiz. So we want to know, are you one of them?

The '60s not only brought great, beautiful, impressive and totally rad new cars, but this particular decade also brought on the birth of a new line of amazing cars that still exist today. The Chevy Impala, the Ford Mustang, the Dodge Charger... you name it, these cars began in the '60s and thrived throughout the generations. Though some of them featured in this quiz only lasted a few years, or only a few hundred were produced, they will never escape the memory. So do you think you can name them all just from a photo? We're about to find out.

It's time to head to the streets to see how well you remember our '60s favorites. From Pontiac to Porsche, to Lincoln and Buick, we're going to take you on a ride that is sure to spark memories and bring on the nostalgia. It's time for the ultimate '60s car quiz. Good luck!

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The first generation GTO was a muscle car of the 1960s and 1970s era. Although there were earlier muscle cars, the Pontiac GTO is considered to have started the trend.

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The first Chevy Camaro went on sale on September 29, 1966 for the model year 1967. Did you know it was designed as a competing model to the Ford Mustang?

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The Ford Mustang has been around since 1965. Its original designers were John Najjar, Philip Clark and Joe Oros.

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If you know your Chevys, then you know that the Corvette Stingray is also known as the Chevrolet Corvette (C2). It was produced from1962 - 1967 and assembled in St. Louis, Missouri.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The very first Charger was a show car in 1964. Since then, the vehicle has gone through seven different generations, spanning all sizes and platforms. Today's version is a four-door sedan.

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The Jaguar E-Type is a British sports car that was manufactured by Jaguar Cars Ltd. from 1961 to 1975. Its combination of beauty, high performance, and competitive pricing established the model as an icon of the automotive world.

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The Aston Martin DB5 was a British luxury grand tourer that was made by Aston Martin and designed by the Italian coachbuilder, Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera. Released in 1963, it was an evolution of the final series of DB4.

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The Ford GT40 was produced between 1964 and 1969 in both the United Kingdom and the United States. Did you know that only 105 of them were ever made?

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The AC Cobra was sold as the Shelby Cobra in the United States. This sports car had a Ford V8 engine and has been produced intermittently in both the U.K. and the U.S. since 1962.

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The Shelby Mustang was a high-performance variant of the Ford Mustang. It was produced between 1965 and 1966 as a two-door fastback, two-door convertible and two-door hardtop.

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Did you know that the "250" in this Ferrari's name denotes the displacement in cubic centimeters of each of its cylinders? This model was produced between 1962 and 1964, and there were only 39 of them.

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The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-size vehicle manufactured by General Motors for the model years 1964 to 1977. It was available as a coupe, sedan, convertible and station wagon.

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Introduced in 1954 as a coupe, the Mercedes-Benz 300SL was built by Daimler-Benz AG in Germany. By 1957, it was available as a roadster, which continued until 1963.

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Assembled in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, West Germany, the Porsche 911 classic was introduced in 1963. It was produced until 1989 and was most noted for its rear engine and for being air-cooled.

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Designed by Marcello Gandini, the Lamborghini Miura was produced between 1966 and 1973. In total, 764 were built and at the time, it was the fastest production road car made.

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Did you know that the Dodge Challenger has been around since 1958? It has been manufactured by Chrysler for most of those years, taking a five-year break between 1978 and 1983 when Mitsubishi took over manufacturing.

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The Plymouth Barracuda was a two-door car manufactured by Plymouth for the 1964 to 1974 model years. It was classified as a pony car and was intended to compete with the Ford Falcon.

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The Alfa Romeo Spider was a roadster produced by the Italian manufacturer, Alfa Romeo, from 1966 to 1993. It was designed by Battista Pininfarina and Franco Martinengo.

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For the 1968 model year, Ford redesigned its intermediate Fairlane line and introduced a new premium subseries model known as the Torino. It was available as a two-door and four-door.

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The Lincoln Continental was first introduced in 1939 as a coach-built convertible for Edsel Ford. Ever since then, Lincoln Motor Company, a division of Ford Motor Company, has produced Continentals from 1939–1942, 1946–1948, 1958–1980, 1982–2002, and 2017–present.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The Chevrolet Impala was first introduced in 1957, and is still in production today. By the 1960s, the Impala had become one of the best-selling automobiles in the United States.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The Porsche 911 is a two-door, 2+2 high performance rear-engined classic German sports car that has been in production since 1963. This vehicle has been used mostly for competition, racing and rallying.

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The biggest and baddest Corvette of them all was the L88 built from 1967 to 1969. It was actually never intended to ride on a regular road, but was developed for the track and was capable of reaching 171 mph.​

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The Plymouth Road Runner was a mid-size car that had a focus on performance. It was built in the United States between 1968 and 1980. Plymouth actually developed the Road Runner to market a lower priced, basic trim model to its upscale GTX.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

Were you one of the lucky 970 people to buy the Ferrari 275? Because that's how many were produced between 1964 and 1968. Its successor was the Ferrari 365 GTB/4.

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The 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 came equipped with a 375 HP L78 engine. Bonus points if you know that SS stands for... super sport!

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The Mercury Cougar was manufactured by Ford Motor Company from 1967 - 1997 and then again from 1999 - 2002. It was mostly sold as a two-door coupe, but was also seen as a convertible, four-door sedan, station wagon and hatchback.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The Pontiac Firebird Trans Am was manufactured by General Motors from 1969 - 2002. It was built on the F-body platform, which is also shared by the Chevy Camaro.

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The Buick Wildcat was a full-sized automobile that was produced by Buick from 1962 to 1970. It took its name from a fiberglass-bodied 1953 concept car, and was succeeded by the Buick Centurion.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

Carroll Hall Shelby was born in Leesburg, Texas, in 1923. He is best known for his involvement with Shelby Mustangs, having established Shelby American Inc. in 1962 to manufacture and market these performance vehicles.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The Ferrari Daytona was officially designated as the Ferrari 365 GTB/4. It was a two-seat grand tourer produced by Ferrari from 1968 -1973. It was first introduced at the Paris Auto Salon in 1968.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The Buick Riviera was General Motors' first entry into the prestige niche. Produced for the model years 1963 - 1993, and then 1995 - 1999, its predecessor was the Buick Super.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

Did you know that the BMW E9 was also called New Six Coupe? It was a two-door coupe built for BMW by Karmann between the years 1968 - 1975.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

Did you know that the 1963 Corvette was the second generation of Corvette? This generation was responsible for introducing the Sting Ray to the model. It also featured a distinctive tapering rear deck with a split rear window.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The 1969 Camaro was similar to the previous year's model, but it had all-new sheet metal except for​ the hood and trunk lid. The grille was redesigned with a heavy "V" cant and deeply inset headlights.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

The Porsche 356 was Porsche's first production automobile. It was designed by Erwin Komenda and produced between 1948 and 1965.

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Designed by Jiro Kawano and Satoru Nozaki, the Toyota 2000GT was a limited-production, front-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-seat, hardtop coupé grand tourer. Only 351 of them were ever produced.

Which '60s car is seen here in this photo?

The 1965 Shelby Cobra had a 90-inch wheelbase and a curb weight of 2,355 pounds. It was 156 inches long, 68 inches wide, and 48 inches high.

Which '60s car is seen in this photo?

Built by Dodge from 1959 to 1976, the Dodge Dart came after the Lancer and was succeeded by the Aspen. It competed with the Plymouth Valiant and was closely related to the Dodge Phoenix.

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The Oldsmobile 4-4-2 (also known as the 442) was produced by Oldsmobile between the 1964 and 1980 model years. It was actually introduced as an option package for the F-85 and Cutlass models sold in the United States.

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