Quiz: Ford or Chrysler: Only 1 in 17 People Can Correctly Identify the Make of These Vehicles! Can You?
Ford or Chrysler: Only 1 in 17 People Can Correctly Identify the Make of These Vehicles! Can You?
By: J.P. Naomi
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About This Quiz

Buckle up! We're in for the ride of a lifetime! Well, at least the trivia will be fun ... It's time to see how well you know your Fords from your Chryslers with this ultimate screenshot quiz!

Sounds easy enough, right? But the truth is, only the sharpest minds and the keenest eyes will see the differences between these brands! You see, Chryslers have been around since the good ol' days of Walter Chrysler. He founded his company in 1925! Despite its recent merger with Fiat, Chrysler has maintained and marketed its independent brand. Likewise, Ford has been around since the turn of the century! 1903 to be exact, when wise man Henry Ford sought to mass produce affordable vehicles for America's people. If only he could see his progress today!

Both Ford and Chrysler have enjoyed long, successful productions of all kinds of vehicles. From the classics, to convertibles, to vans and trucks, it's going to take a lot of smarts to ace this quiz! Think you can recognize a Ford from just a photo? Or wait, is that a Chrysler? Only the greatest car buffs have an eye for these American-made vehicles. 

So let's see if you are one of them! Take this quiz now and let us know... is it a Ford? or is it a Chrysler?!

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