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Auto ID Quiz #39 FINISHED!

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Remember... don't post any hints or answers here. PM me with year, make and model.

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The answer: 1922 Dixie Flyer Firefly Speedster

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Posted · Report post

Heres another view....

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OO,OO, I know THIS one. It's pile a junk, abouta 1920's!!! :lol::D:);)

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LONG LIVE RUST!

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I love the Portholes!!!

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I love the Portholes!!!

No, it's not a Buick... :P

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No, it's not a Buick... :P

Well there goes my guess :D

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No, it's not a Buick... :P

Yeah, the right hand drive kinda gave that away.

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So, I am supposed to e-mail you my guess? Because I want to be the first to say...

it's obviously an 1888 WankerDoodle!

Edited by Jon Cole

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Definitely not a Buick. This old guy's from a few years before Buick first added "VentiPorts".

(But I DO know what it is! :P)

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Looks like this one was too hard for you! Only three people got it right. :o

It's a 1922 Dixie Flyer Firefly. More here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dixie_Flyer_(automobile)

Who got it right:

MIKE THE MANIAC

Corvair Jim

Badluck 13

That's it! :o

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That is pretty obscure. When you go back to the era of the assembled car, one can come up with hundreds of makes that are equally or even more obscure than that!

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Never heard of it, but I like it. Thanks, Harry.

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