Last week I asked what is the significance of the Savoy Hotel to the taxi manufacturing industry in the UK? The answer was simply that any London Black Cab had to be able to drive around the roundabout in the Savoy’s forecourt, which required a less than 25 foot turning circle. Practical people, the Poms ;-))
So to this week. What did the original Fiat 500 have in common with the 1961 Lincoln Continental? Clue: It’s only a quiz, so don’t contemplate suicide over this.
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