Show Me The Car Facts

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During a roof-crushing test for the Ford GT, the crushing machine broke upon impact.
Egyptian President Nasser was involved in the attempt of making a car model called the 'Ramses'. It failed.
'Model T Goes to Town' is an SNES game about a Model T trying to fit in with the modern world of cars.
Sheriff Woody can be spotted in the audience during both races in 'Cars'.
Iranian weightlifter Hossein Rezazadeh once bench pressed a smart car 21 times.
Bill Nye has a car he dubbed 'The Sciencemobile' which is a Ford Pinto with a giant beaker tied to the top of it.
26 first-graders from Eureka, CA set the world record for most people to fit inside of a smart car.
Hyundai founder Chung Ju-Yung had a summer home in Kyrgyzstan.
There are 6 towns in California with 'car' in their names.
The world's fastest car, the Thrust SSC, can reach speeds of 763 mph.
Henry Ford was once Chief Engineer of the Edison Illuminating Company.
The Detroit Tigers were once known as the Detroit Mechanics.
The first Honda CRV came with a free picnic table.
The Afrikaans word for 'car' is 'motor'.
'Automobile Jig' is a song by Taco which reached #96 on the U.S. charts.
The Ford Crown Vic still had the option for a cassette player until 2011.
A Fargo, ND resident has built a functioning, life-sized, Ford Model T out of Legos.
A Swiss man was given a $1,000,000 speeding ticket due to him driving at a speed of 180 mph.
In the 2007 Saab 9-3 SS, you can play Pong on the GM Tech II's Airbag submenu.
The first car the Porsche company built was a prototype for Studebaker.

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