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Star Cars

Star Cars

by Carla Hay

Movies and TV have had their share of memorable cars. Test your smarts on some of the most well-known automobiles ever seen on screen.

In “The Dukes of Hazzard” TV series, cousins Bo and Luke Duke had a red 1969 Dodge Charger named the General Lee, whose high-flying stunts came in handy when the guys got mixed up in car chases. What was painted on the roof of the car?
1 of 10 questions

Option A

The numbers “01”

Option B

A Confederate flag

Option C

A tiger

Option D

Yellow stripes

How many miles per hour did the DeLorean in the "Back to the Future" movies have to reach in order to transport Marty McFly and Doc Brown into the past, present and future?
2 of 10 questions

ANSWER 2689

100 miles per hour

ANSWER 2690

65 miles per hour

ANSWER 2691

88 miles per hour

ANSWER 2692

73 miles per hour

In the 1995 movie “Batman Forever,” the Batmobile had what new feature that had never been seen before in a “Batman” film?
3 of 10 questions

Option A

A grappling hook to climb walls

Option B

Bombs that could shoot from the car’s wheels

Option C

Retractable machine guns

Option D

A “Batmissile” feature that converted the car into a missile-like vehicle

As crime fighter Michael Knight, David Hasselhoff was the star of 1980s TV series “Knight Rider.” But some may argue that the show’s real star was a black Pontiac Trans-Am T-top named KITT, which was a talking computer. What does “KITT” stand for?
4 of 10 questions

Option A

Knight International Total Transportation

Option B

King Imperial Trans-Am Traveler

Option C

King Intelligence Thermonuclear Transit

Option D

Knight Industries Two Thousand

The 1969 movie “The Love Bug” featured a Volkswagen Beetle named Herbie that had a mind of its own. What color was the car?
5 of 10 questions

Option A

White

Option B

Yellow

Option C

Green

Option D

Silver

What was the name of the very special car in "Gone in 60 Seconds" (a 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 in the 1974 movie and a 1967 Shelby Ford Mustang GT500 in the 2000 remake)?
6 of 10 questions

ANSWER 2705

Annie

ANSWER 2706

Eleanor

ANSWER 2707

Jane

ANSWER 2708

Veronica

Superspy James Bond has had many cool cars, but perhaps the most famous is the Aston Martin DB5. What was the first James Bond movie to feature him driving this car?
7 of 10 questions

Option A

“Dr. No”

Option B

“From Russia With Love”

Option C

Goldfinger”

Option D

Thunderball”

In the 1970s cop show “Starsky & Hutch,” the two buddies often sped around in Starsky’s red 1976 Ford Gran Torino. What was the car’s nickname?
8 of 10 questions

Option A

Fire Wheels

Option B

The Striped Tomato

Option C

Zebra Three

Option D

The Starskymobile

The 1980s animated TV series “Transformers,” featuring alien robots that disguise themselves as cars, inspired the blockbuster 2007 movie of the same name. In the movie, which robot is disguised as a 1976 Chevrolet Camaro?
9 of 10 questions

Option A

Megatron

Option B

Optimus Prime

Option C

Jazz

Option D

Bumblebee

The 1983 movie “Christine,” based on a Stephen King novel, is about a red-and-white car with supernatural powers that kill. What kind of car was Christine?
10 of 10 questions

Option A

1959 Chevrolet Corvette

Option B

1958 Plymouth Fury

Option C

1968 Pontiac Firebird

Option D

1967 Ford Mustang