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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-11-2019, 09:54 PM Thread Starter
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Chevy or Ford?

I thought I could tell the difference pretty easily. But because they photoshopped the tow truck out of the pictures of the Fords I only scored a 90%.

Try it, there's some tough ones.

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-12-2019, 06:45 AM
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My SSR:
Originally Smokin Asphalt 03 #00099 now kustom graphics, tu-tone Kandy Lime Green/Pearl White
scored a little better. 92%

The tiny cars are not my forte.
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Go fast till you see GOD, THEN HIT THE BRAKES!!!!
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My SSR:
04 Smoking Asphalt
I scored a 94% Fuzzy is right the little things all look a like
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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-12-2019, 08:28 AM
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My SSR:
2005 Born on 12/23/04, adopted 07/06/16, From KY to CA. Once a farm truck, Now a SoCal cruiser.
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Tough one trucks got me, 92% 46 out of 50. Fun test.
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My SSR:
06 Slingshot Yellow #22949 Adopted 07/24/2017 @ 11,100 miles
You guys did better than me. I only got 84%. All the new ones look alike. It did make me think about a Monza I almost bought....
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My SSR:
2005 Silver/Gray
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I only missed one.
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My SSR:
04 red, custom wheels, custom flame paint, flowmaster exhaust
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88 % for me! I wouldn't have "bet" that I would do better than @PokerGuy !
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My SSR:
05 Aqua Blur, 6 speed, 118667
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I scored 94% and 1 of my errors was pure stupidity, I knew it was a Bowtie but clicked that UGLY blue dot !! What a dope.
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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-12-2019, 07:50 PM
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My SSR:
2004 in Black and now 2005 in Black, what a pair
I got part way through and the site bounced me back to the beginning. I was 100% so far. not going back to start over.
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My SSR:
2006 Ricochet Silver
94%

The Monza was what I had hoped to turn my first car into, but never quite made it. Dad knew better and bought me the 4 banger. I dreamed of the 8, but it was never approved and out of my budget. I spent many long nights and weekends working on it, swapping and cutting V8 springs, bigger sway bars and shocks, brakes, tearing apart the trans to replace the synchro rings, junkyard runs to get a black interior and dash full of gauges. Ah the memories.

P.S. Recounting this, I definitely seem to have a pattern.
- Robert
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My SSR:
"Kate" a Haughty Redhead, '06 Redline FPR 6 spd. #23333 Build Date 2/16/06
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I got about halfway through and thought "who cares"!
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post #12 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 09:57 AM
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My SSR:
2003, red, daily driver, 100,000+ miles. SOLD to Kenman! "Replaced" with a 2001 Chrysler Prowler.
I had a V-8 Vega and "upgraded" to several different Monza clones. Two of those were V-8s, one with a HIGHLY modified 350 (they only came with a 262 V-8). I copied the Monza MONZTER project that Popular Hot Rodding built for road racing (I even had MONZTR custom plates on it). It was awesomely quick and handled like a slot car (wide tires on Centerline wheels). Unfortunately it had overheating issues and I kept breaking everything in the drivetrain. It kept snapping off wheel studs due to extreme cornering loads on 4-lug wheels. I did find a lot the "weak links" in the car though. I just got tired of finding new weak links so I sold the car without the engine and put the engine in a real race car.
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