Thought I might throw some trivia questions out there starting with one I think was posted a couple years back. 


Trivia Question #1: What Percentage of 1963 Model Year Cadillacs came with AC?

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Should have bought a Fleetwood... ya tight arse. :-)

They are, very comfortable. I've done a 600 klm plus day in ours and was all good.

I wonder if a Lincoln would ride better..... hmmm, I might have to look into that.

Hey Tony, ya grumpy old bastard, you know of any Lincolns for sale? PMSL

OK---i'LL be good and wait for THAT CARS results

I really love the 64 Lincoln convertible but don' t spread that around


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OK. Here's a Special Trivia question only for Tony!!!!
Tony, what thermostat did the 1964 Lincoln come equipped with??!!

Psst Tony, it was the one that kept the car cool, don't tell Jason I tipped you off.
Jason

I am so very flattered that i have my very own trivia question from ---the Big GUY

A very Special moment for me --i can't tell you !
Only took 11 years !

You will be making others envious --so just a heads up on that
Due to circumstances beyoung my control --i am unable to say the "T" word any longer ( under any circumstances ) --and my lawyer has advised me ----as long as the case is under investigation i can not comment on the subject



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What's the "T" word?

--Jake
Clovis

Somebody told me --you swept the trivia contest-- Wow remarkable job
This place is all about that --tip -- to get you over the hard part ( hump ) of the repair job
So thanks for Yours
Thats what the 63-64 Cadillac boys are about---Yes !!!

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Swept it my arse..... I all but gave him the second answer and i'm taking this further.

Now, what's the friggin number of that "Better Business Bureau" ... i'll fix ya's.

You just watch it Tony, or i'll get Ginny to hide ya Viagra and ya walking frame.

Then ya won't able to get up in 2 different ways. :-) LOL LOL LOL

The more cars sold with more air conditioners in them is------Better !!!

Cadillacs Wins ----see ---i told you !

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Tony it was with the help of my fellow Cadillac forum brothers that I was able to bring my dream of winning this contest to fruition.
Jake

Not allowed to say the word ever again but it the thing that opens when the car engine warms up to operating temp

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