Think you know your cars from the 1960s? Maybe you lived through those exhilarating days of big V8 engines and giant luxury sedans when cars seemed simpler, yet had more distinctive styling. You just started the engine and were on your way, with no buttons to press, no smart phones to pair or “driving modes” to select.
Even people who didn't experience driving cars of the ’60s still love them, though. From workaday sedans to iconic sports cars and even an American-brand endurance racecar that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans four times in a row, the ’60s was a golden age for the automobile.
In the early ‘60s, the tail fins of the ‘50s faded away and muscle cars got young drivers all revved up on horsepower. Designs were more refined, yet you could still tell various brands and models from each other – not like today, when pretty much all the new crossovers and sedans look the same.
That same decade, tiny economy cars became big business. There are three in this quiz that returned in recent years as somewhat larger “retro” models.
Most people who take this quiz don't come close to getting 100 percent correct. So, jump in, buckle up and see if you can do better!