Can you spot the difference between a Corvette and a Camaro, or a Mustang and a Monza? Know the difference between a Fairlane and a Falcon? Take this quiz to see if you can match these classic '60s rides to the correct manufacturer!
The 1960s represents the end of an era for American automakers. By the '70s, tightening emissions standards, improved safety standards and fuel shortages changed the way cars were built -- and also opened the door for competition from foreign automakers. The years between 1960 and 1969, were an era of freedom, success and experimentation that companies like Ford and Chevy would never see again.
This innovative time saw both of these companies pushing the envelope to capture a greater share of the U.S. car market, developing new vehicles that included the full-size Bel Air, mid-size Chevelle or Nova, and speedy pony cars like the Mustang and Camaro -- both of which came complete with a surprising number of special and limited edition models.
If we show you an image of a '60s car, do you think you can match it to the correct maker? Take our quiz to prove it!