2017 MSCC “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY
MSCC What’s It? Wednesday is back for 2017.
This is a weekly guessing game for car guys and it was one of the most popular new MSCC features in 2016.
MSCC APRIL 26 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY—THE KEY IS IN THE FIRST CLUE
There are always two clues in “What’s It?” Wednesday and typically you should get it on the first clue.
If not there’s always a second clue like this one.
If not check back here tomorrow.
It’s a ’58 Ranchero
MSCC APRIL 19 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY—YES, IT’S A WELL KNOWN CAR
Last week’s “What’s It?” Wednesday proved to be a little difficult even with the visual clues.
The car was too rare so this week’s vehicle is a very common sight at very show you’ll see in 2017—here’s another clue.
If you don’t get the answer come back tomorrow and check it out below…
It’s a ’68 Vette.
MSCC APRIL 12 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY–YOU GET A GOOD CLUE TODAY
Most of these “What’s It?” Wednesday rides are familiar rides so you’ll see obscure pictures to make the ID a lot tougher.
This isn’t supposed to be easy but here’s another clue.
If this isn’t enough check back here tomorrow.
It’s a 1959 GLAS GOGGOMOBIL TS 250 COUPE
MSCC APRIL 5 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY: BRANCHES CAN BE YOUR FRIEND
The basic premise of “What’s It? Wednesday is simple—never give the reader a clear shot at the prey.
Branches can be a big asset when the game is to camouflage an object but this wider shot may help.
If not, come back here tomorrow and you’ll find the answer below.
It’s a ’60 Ford Falcon
MSCC MARCH 29 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY—AND NOW FOR A REAL CHALLENGE
Last week’s MSCC “What’s it?” Wednesday was a little too easy so this one may be a little more of a challenge.
Maybe this will help.
If not, check back here tomorrow for the answer.
It’s a Fargo A-100.
MSCC MARCH 22 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY—DEFINITELY THE SUM OF ITS PARTS
The key to a solution for any MSCC “What’s it?” Wednesday is to add the clues together.
You can look at the first clue then look at this one and hopefully you’ll come up with an overall image.
If not look below here tomorrow and you’ll get the answer.
It’s a ’65 Rambler Ambassador.
MSCC MARCH 15 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY: THE TAIL LIGHTS SHOULD TELL THE TALE
Tail lights are a dead giveaway with most classic rides but do they tell the whole story?
In this case they may seem obvious but here’s another look at the same vehicle.
The answer will be here on Thursday.
It’s a 1970 Corvette custom built for Farrah Fawcett by the legendary George Barris.
MSCC MARCH 8 “WHAT’S IT” WEDNESDAY—WILL THE SEVERE CUSTOM TOUCHES BE A FACTOR?
There are customs that barely make a ripple in the look of the car so they’re easily recognizable.
Then there’s the radical custom like this one.
If it’s too radical check in tomorrow—there’ll be a full picture (with a label to tell you what the original vehicle was before the custom job).
It’s a ’63 Plymouth.
MSCC MARCH 1 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY: THE MID-WEEK PUZZLE IS A YEAR OLD
The “What’s it?” Wednesday concept started a year ago this month and it’s been a phenomenal success because car guys love a challenge.
Today’s example is definitely a challenge so maybe this second clue will help.
Check back on Thursday for a clear picture of this classic piece of iron.
’60 Ford Galaxie convertible
MSCC FEBRUARY 22 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY: WILL A CLEAR PICTURE OF THE SUBJECT HELP?
This “What’s It?” Wednesday subject is a non-distorted shot of the car so you’ll either get in seconds or you’ll never figure it.
Here’s your second clue for an overall view of the car.
Didn’t get it? Will a clear picture tomorrow help?
Austin A40 Devon
MSCC FEBRUARY 15 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY—ADD-ONS CAN ADD PROBLEMS
Old cars and trucks are the easiest vehicles in the world to ID because they are so unique.
That’s fine when they’re completely stock but when guys add stuff to them it changes the game in a big way so here’s another view of the same vehicle.
Check back here tomorrow for the answer.
It’s a ’66 Pontiac Bonneville
MSCC FEBRUARY 8 “WHAT’S IT WEDNESDAY?”— SO? DO YOU REALLY NEED A TAIL LIGHT TO ID THIS BABY?
A complete car is far too easy to identify so here’s another stick in your spokes.
There are no tail lights on this baby so do your best and give it your best effort with this second clue.
Failing that, check back here tomorrow.
It’s a ’57 Dodge.
MSCC FEBRUARY 1 “WHAT’S IT” WEDNESDAY—NEVER JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER
This is a relatively clear shot of a fender (for a change) but never judge a book by its cover.
If that stumps you here’s a less clear shot of the whole vehicle.
Failing that—come back tomorrow for the answer.
It’s a ’67 Dodge Dart.
MSCC JANUARY 25 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY: A CLEAR SHOT—JUST PUT THE PIECES TOGETHER
Many of the MSCC “What’s it?” Wednesday examples have been distorted because this isn’t supposed to be easy.
This one wasn’t distorted but maybe you need this shot to ID it.
If not, check back here tomorrow for a clear shot.
It’s a ’61 Dodge.
MSCC JANUARY 18 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY—CAN YOU ID THE SMASHED-UP VERSION?
These MSCC “What’s it?” Wednesday rides are designed to be tricky but now there’s a new element to the game.
This one was crashed so here’s another look at this victim of bad driving.
If that doesn’t ring the bell, check back here tomorrow.
It’s a ’58 Chevy
JANUARY 11 “WHAT’S IT?” WEDNESDAY—IF THE HEADLIGHT DOESN’T HELP YOU’RE PROBABLY OUT OF LUCK
You rarely get a clean look at a “What’s it?” Wednesday headlight so this is an exception to what few rules there are in this game.
Maybe you need an overall view no matter how distorted it is so here’s your second clue.
Maybe you’ll need to come back and see this third picture tomorrow because it’s an actual view of the vehicle.
JANUARY 4 “WHAT’S IT” WEDNESDAY–FILL IN THE MISSING PIECES
This is a very common classic ride but it’s distorted just enough to make it difficult plus it’s missing a few pieces.
Here’s another look.
Come back here tomorrow if you don’t get it.
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