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Robert Emslie July 3, 2015 Mystery Car

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Tomorrow is Independence Day here in the U.S. of A. and that means flags and fireworks and hopefully beer and BBQ. Before we get to all the rockets red glare, it’s your duty – patriotic or otherwise – to try and solve this week’s Mystery Car. Make and model if you please.

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About Last Week’s Mystery Car

Robert Emslie July 2, 2015 Mystery Car

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Seeing as nobody correctly identified last Friday’s Mystery Car by now, I thought it only fair to give you the answer. Of course I also thought it only fair not to spoil it for those still refusing to give up the ghost. That’s why I’m hiding the answer after the jump. Click through to be amazed and thrilled at the answer, or click the link above to be taken back to the obscured version and keep trying.

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Robert Emslie June 26, 2015 Mystery Car

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Do you know when the War of 1812 took place? I know, it was a trick question- it was in fact, on today’s date. The year however escapes me. There’s no escaping the fact that on the same date this year, a Mystery Car contest takes place.

That’s a lot more fun than a war, and the casualties should be far fewer. All we ask is that you give the make and model and then we’ll raise the white flag. Okay then, once more into the breech!

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Robert Emslie June 19, 2015 Mystery Car

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Happy Friday, everybody! It was on this date in 1923 that the very first Checker Cab rolled off the assembly line in Kalamazoo Michigan. Checker is still to this day America’s most iconic cab, even though the last one left the factory decades ago, in fact all the way back in 1982.

You know what is still around? That’s right, the weekly Mystery Car contest. It’s not quite the icon that Checker once was, but there’s plenty of time for that. For now, you need to come up with the make and model of the above vehicle. Better be quick about it, the meter’s running.

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Robert Emslie June 12, 2015 Mystery Car

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On this date in 1940 Ford agreed to build Rolls Royces. Actually, Edsel Ford agreed to a request by the Office of Production Management (OPM) for Ford to produce 9,000 Rolls Royce Merlin engines, intended for American and British wartime aircraft.

We’ll make no such monumental request of you, just that you try and solve this week’s Mystery Car. Remember to include the make and model if you do!

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Robert Emslie June 5, 2015 Mystery Car

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June means that the kids are out of school and the white shoes and matching belts are out of the closets. Backyard barbecues are sweeping suburbia while on Wall Street fat cats are selling DEET futures on the likelihood of a strong mosquito season.

One thing that remains constant amongst all this change is the weekly Mystery Car. No matter how crazy the world gets, you can always count on Hooniverse to give you something to do come Friday. What you actually need to do is correctly identify the make and model of the above cleverly concealed vehicle. Plus there’s no DEET required.

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Robert Emslie May 22, 2015 Mystery Car

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Mr Rogers’ Neighborhood debuted on this date in 1967. I don’t know about you, but I consider Fred Rogers as the epitome of how a human should act, and comport themselves.

I’m sure that if you were perhaps flummoxed by today’s Mystery Car, Mr Rogers would have consoling words that would make everything all right. If you in fact know the answer to this week’s contest – make and model, the whole ball of wax – then he’d let your know how proud he was of you, and how everyone else should be proud of just trying.

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About Last Week’s Mystery Car

Robert Emslie May 22, 2015 Mystery Car

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You know, I thought last week’s Mystery Car would be a slam dunk, but I guess I was mistaken. Here’s a little more of that one for you, another layer of the onion peeled back, as it were. I’m pretty sure each and every one of you will get it with this much exposed. If you’re now hankering for another challenge, don’t worry, a new Mystery Car is right around the corner!

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Robert Emslie May 15, 2015 Mystery Car

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On this date in 1942 gasoline rationing was mandated in 17 Eastern states as part of the expanding war effort. By year’s end, President Roosevelt would mandate rationing for the entire nation. We’re not rationing the fun, and in fact it’s free for the taking with this week’s Mystery Car contest. Fill up on it and guess the identity of the above car or truck. Make and model if you please.

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About Last Week’s Mystery Car

Robert Emslie May 15, 2015 Mystery Car

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I know you’re already working on this week’s Mystery Car, but there’s still the matter of last week’s as nobody was able to offer a correct guess from the wee image snippet provided. At least if anyone did, they kept it to themselves.

Here’s a little more of the car – the image was of the backlight-boot juncture – so now you know. And now you are also thinking about Mustangs, because that just what this generation of Aston Martins does.

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