Think you know your vintage cars? You know, the classics – back when they got eight miles to the gallon. Let’s test your knowledge and see how much you really know! What was the name of the "Car of the Future" in 1941? It featured an aluminum body, push-button doors, and an electrically operated retractable hardtop. Daytona. Meadowlark. Thunderbolt. Apollo. The first Corvette was a fiberglass-bodied two-seater, and the only color it came in was white. What year was it first produced? 1950. 1953. 1955. 1961. In response to the Corvette, Ford developed the even more popular Mustang. Which of these cars blew Mustang's sales away? Camaro. Firebird. Nova. None of these. It may be an urban myth, but what car was supposedly designed on an air sickness bag and released on April Fool's Day? DeLorean. VW Thing. Gremlin. Citroen. What kind of car was James Dean driving when he was killed? Skylark. Ferrari 250 GTO. Corvette Stingray. Porsche 550 Spyder. If you were to describe a car as an "affordable, compact, highly-stylized car with a sporty or high-performance image" you'd be talking about a: Muscle car. Pony car. Rat rod. Dragster. Who wrote: "I have drove Fords exclusively when I could get away with one."? Mickey Mantle. Judy Garland. Clyde Barrow. Clark Gable. What model is the famous "groovy" car driven by Austin Powers in the first movie? Alfa Romeo Spider. Porsche 911. Jaguar E-type. Aston Martin .