Think up a 'Top 10', scour the internet for a couple of pictures and then write a bit of uninformed guff and collect your money.
1910: Cadillac Model 30
Yes, we all know about Ford's Model T, but the 1910 Cadillac Model 30 was the first mass produced car in the world with a closed body.
-Put a picture alongside of a 1909 Model 30, which wasn't a closed body car
1953: Chevrolet Corvette
The car that started a dynasty, the '53 Corvette combined eye-watering style with heaps of new technology - discs brakes, fibreglass body and fuel injection.
- Fuel Injected six anyone?
1955: Chevrolet Bel Air
The 1950s were often referred to as the golden era of automotive styling in the US and the '55 Bel Air is the benchmark car.
-When are journalists going to learn that they weren't ALL called Bel-Air's
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
The 1957 Chevy is arguable the most recognisable classic Chevrolet - in fact it's one of the most recognisable 50s American cars full stop. Just look at those fins! The two-tone paint! The chrome!
-And lets have a picture of a 1956 TWO DOOR POST next to this.
1964: Pontiac GTO
The Pontiac GTO signifies the birth of the American muscle car. Drop a big V8 into a mid-sized car and you see the start of a trend that continues right through to today. And how cool was the GTO?
-And put a picture of a 1970 GTO next to this