Autotrivia quiz – Friday October 5 – October 11, 2012


Last week, I asked what was the first post-war transverse front engine FWD car built in the UK?  And before you say “Mini” – it wasn’t the first!  It was the Lloyd 650.   The two-stroke, two-cylinder motor was mounted transversely in the front and connected to the front wheels through a four speed synchro gearbox.  The high price and lack-luster performance had doomed its production.  Only 600 units were produced from 1946 to 1950.

So to this week.  Look at the photo.  What country makes these?

For the Automania free beer this week, be the first correct answer to email [email protected]

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