• Dec 4, 2006

So you think you know your cars? We all try to be price savvy when shopping for a new car, and those of us immersed in the car business assume we know what they are worth. Here is a quiz that will test your knowledge of vehicle values worldwide. The premise is to decide if the second vehicle shown is more or less expensive than the one before it. There are five vehicles in each round and five rounds in the quiz. Kind of like the '80's game show "Card Sharks" for cars. Go to Parker's Play Your Cars Right and have some fun!

[Source: Hemmings Auto]




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      • 8 Years Ago
      Anyone be interested in participating in a "show" broadcat on our web site and on you-tube similiar to "flip that house" but called "flip that car" instead.

      We'll feature weekly a person buying an auction car and cleaning it, fixing it up, posting it for sale and selling it! It will be kind of a spoof on "flip that house"
      contact me at:
      http://www.auctioncar.net
      • 8 Years Ago
      I got as far as the last car on round 3, and the difference was under £200! Wankers!

      --chuck

      • 8 Years Ago
      As an American, it's hard for me to fathom buying a nice new car for 6,000 any-dollars. It's easy to go, hmm XC-90 is higher than a smart, but an Alfa Romeo cheaper than a Korean car?

      First attempt, I died on the 3rd car. Second attempt, I made it all the way through.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Man I suck at this. I don't know nearly enough about some of these kooky euro cars!
      • 8 Years Ago
      I sucked until it arranged the cars helpfully. I won!

      Now back to my crappy job, emo emo frown
      • 8 Years Ago
      Kinda fun, got through 5 rounds. Then, blamo