I had this.
Yes, it's the headlight switch that was in older cars - to make the headlights bright or for normal driving - high beam or low beam.
Yep. I learned to drive in a '56 Ford. Stick shift too.
nope this one I dont remember
My '74 Roadrunner had one. The button would freeze in the winter because of the snow on my boots.
Okay,,now that you got that one,,who remembers where the foot operated starter pedal was?????
While I'm not *that* old, I've been interested in and have worked on old cars since I was a young girl. I've driven a car from every decade starting with 1920 through 2010.
I also collect antique glass and service pieces and I can tell you when a piece of Tupperware was made. So, I'm likely to pass most, if not all, these age tests.
You mean they don't still have those?????
That's your high beams.
Pup, as I remember the starter pedal was next to the foot feed/accelerator
I have never missed an age test question yet. Yes, I do remember tramping on that button to turn the high beams on and off. That's a good one!
My second car was a 1958 or 59 Datsun. One of the first imported to the US. I LOVED that car. It had bench seats, 4 speed on the column and push button start. Just couldn't get parts for it, so it got parked in the back 40, where eventualy, a tree fell on it. This thread made me nostalgic, so I looked it up on the web. WoW..there was even a youtube video!