Welcome to Thursday Trivia where we offer up a historical automotive trivia question and you try and solve it before seeing the answer after the jump. It’s like a History test, with cars!
This week’s question is: What American luxury automaker evolved from a company that made cages for birds and squirrels?
If you know the answer, make the jump to see if you are correct. And don’t think you’re a bird brain if you don’t.
From How Stuff Works:
An outgrowth of the former George N. Pierce Company of Buffalo, New York — one-time bicycle manufacturer and, earlier, bird cage maker — the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company had achieved a position of prominence by the mid-Teens.
Image source: The Old Car Manual Project