0, 'name' => 'Jeep Wrangler', 'clues' => array( 'General Purpose', '"GP" (try saying it out loud)', "wrangler1.jpg", "It's the successor to a famous vehicle used in WW2" ) ), array( 'id' => 1, 'name' => 'Toyota Camry', 'clues' => array( 'camry1.jpg', "It's an anagram for 'my car'", 'The name of this car comes from the japanese word kanmuri, meaning "crown."', "camry2.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 2, 'name' => 'Ford F150', 'clues' => array( "USA's Best-selling vehicle for 23 years", '1/2 Ton', "f1501.jpg", ) ), array( 'id' => 3, 'name' => 'Honda Civic', 'clues' => array( "As of 2008, this car has been the top-selling car in Canada for eleven straight years", "civic1.jpg", "Although not designed to be performance cars, they have been used for racing since the car was first introduced in 1972.", "civic2.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 4, 'name' => 'Audi TT', 'clues' => array( "This car is named after the Tourist Trophy motorsports event held on the Isle of Man", "It debuted in 1995 as a concept car", "This car uses a transversely mounted internal combustion engine, which was first available with a 1.8 litre inline four cylinder 20-valve turbocharged engine.", "tt1.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 5, 'name' => 'Volkswagen Beetle', 'clues' => array( '"The People\'s Car"', "beetle1.jpg", "beetle2.jpg", "beetle3.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 6, 'name' => 'Chevy Camaro', 'clues' => array( "Debuted in 1966", "bumblebee.jpg", "According to the manufacturer, the name means 'a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs'", "camaro1.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 7, 'name' => 'Ford Mustang', 'clues' => array( "Used in the 1964 James Bond film 'Goldfinger'", "The name comes from a fighter plane", "mustang1.jpg", "mustang2.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 8, 'name' => 'Delorean', 'clues' => array( "A sports car manufactured in northern ireland, about 6500 of them still exist today", "88 MPH", "The gull-wing doors open up, rather than out", "delorean1.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 9, 'name' => 'Mini', 'clues' => array( "Originally marketed under the \"Austin\" name, and designed as a project called \"Austin Drawing Office Project Number 15\"", "Originally designed as a monocoque shell with welded seams visible on the outside of the car running down the A and C pillars, and between the body and the floor pan. To further simplify construction, the hinges for the doors and boot lid were mounted externally.", "This car came about because of a fuel shortage caused by the 1956 suez crisis, whereby petrol was rationed in the UK.", "It's considered to be the British equivalent of the Volkswagen Beetle" ) ), array( 'id' => 10, 'name' => 'Toyota Corolla', 'clues' => array( "A slightly upmarket version called the Sprinter was sold in this car's home market. It was replaced in 2001 by the Allex, which was then replaced by the Blade in 2009.", "corolla1.jpg", "Exports to the United States began in March 1968. The car sold for about US $1,700.", "corolla2.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 11, 'name' => 'Dodge Challenger', 'clues' => array( "challenger2.jpg", "challenger1.jpg", "Its twin was the Plymouth Barracuda", "Vanishing Point" ) ), array( 'id' => 12, 'name' => 'Dodge Caravan', 'clues' => array( "caravan1.jpg", "Soccer Mom", "It can carry 7 passengers", "caravan2.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 13, 'name' => 'Lotus Elise', 'clues' => array( "This car gets the majority of its speed from being lightweight.", "lotus.jpg", "elise1.jpg" ) ), ); $cars2 = array( array( 'id' => 10, 'name' => 'Toyota Corolla', 'clues' => array( "A slightly upmarket version called the Sprinter was sold in this car's home market. It was replaced in 2001 by the Allex, which was then replaced by the Blade in 2009.", "corolla1.jpg", "Exports to the United States began in March 1968. The car sold for about US $1,700.", "corolla2.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 11, 'name' => 'Dodge Challenger', 'clues' => array( "challenger2.jpg", "challenger1.jpg", "Its twin was the Plymouth Barracuda", "Vanishing Point" ) ), array( 'id' => 12, 'name' => 'Dodge Caravan', 'clues' => array( "caravan1.jpg", "Soccer Mom", "It can carry 7 passengers", "caravan2.jpg" ) ), array( 'id' => 13, 'name' => 'Lotus Elise', 'clues' => array( "This car gets the majority of its speed from being lightweight.", "lotus.jpg", "elise1.jpg" ) ), ); $shuffled = $cars; shuffle($shuffled); usort($cars,"cmp"); function cmp($a,$b) { return strcmp($a["name"], $b["name"]); } if ($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] == '/name_that_car') { header("Location: /name_that_car/"); } elseif (!empty($_POST)) { $score = $_POST['score']; $score = $score > 100 ? 100 : $score; $grade = 'F'; if ($score >= 97) { $grade ='A+'; } elseif ($score >= 93 && $score <= 96) { $grade = 'A'; } elseif ($score >= 90 && $score <= 92) { $grade = 'A-'; } elseif ($score >= 87) { $grade ='B+'; } elseif ($score >= 83 && $score <= 86) { $grade = 'B'; } elseif ($score >= 80 && $score <= 82) { $grade = 'B-'; } elseif ($score >= 77) { $grade ='C+'; } elseif ($score >= 73 && $score <= 76) { $grade = 'C'; } elseif ($score >= 70 && $score <= 72) { $grade = 'C-'; } elseif ($score >= 67) { $grade ='D+'; } elseif ($score >= 63 && $score <= 66) { $grade = 'D'; } elseif ($score >= 60 && $score <= 62) { $grade = 'D-'; } elseif ($score < 60) { $grade = 'F'; } $grades = array( 'A' => 'Passed with an Excellent Score!', 'B' => 'Passed with an Above Average Score.', 'C' => 'Passed with an Average Score.', 'D' => 'Barely Passed.', 'F' => 'Failed!' ); $grade_no_sign = preg_replace('/([-+])$/','',$grade); $letter_grade = $grades[$grade_no_sign]; $suppress_header = true; } $page_title = 'Name That Car - From Auto Insurance.org'; if (isset($_GET['t'])) { $page_title = htmlentities($_GET['t']); } ?>

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