Autotrivia Quiz


Last week I mentioned an item that was used in many cars, tanks, and planes, but was actually patented in the early 1900’s after having been invented in the late 1800’s and is still in use today.  What was this?  It was disc brakes.  Development of disc-type brakes began in England in the 1890s.  In 1902, the Lanchester Motor Company designed brakes that looked and operated in a similar way to a modern disc-brake system even though the disc was thin and a cable activated the brake pad.

So to this week.  What car suffered from ‘hexagonitis’?  Clue 1967.

For a free beer at the next car Club meeting, be the first correct answer to email [email protected]  or [email protected] .  And as an additional treat, you can win a Casa Pascal BBQ Breakfast Buffet voucher as well.  Good luck!


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