Welcome to Part 3 of the NEW Ultimate Oldies Radio 60's Trivia Quiz. Since we love old Top 40 radio, the last 10 questions in the test will deal with that subject. Without further ado, let's jump in....#1 - The late Bob Crane, known to millions as Colonel Hogan on TV's 'Hogan's Heroes', worked at what west coast radio station in the early 60's as a morning announcer?....#2 - Jimmy Rabbitt, Charlie Van Dyke, Ken Dowe, and Rex Miller all worked at one time or another for what legendary southern U.S. radio station?....#3 - Ed Lincoln hosted a successful radio AND TV rock and roll show for a time in what southern Pennsylvania city?....#4 - Mel Hall programmed a rock and roll station in Chicago in the early 60's which gave WLS a run for its money. Name the station.....#5 - Name the Los Angeles radio station whose call letters were sung by the Beach Boys at a concert....#6 - A former Boston radio salesman named Stan Kaplan purchased in 1965, a down and out AM station in Charlotte, North Carolina. Soon thereafter, that station became one of America's best. Name the call letters....#7 - What year did major radio stations began using cartridges in place of discs (electronic transcriptions) to air commercials?....#8 - Tiger Bob Raleigh and the Real Don Steele are just two veteran greats who worked at what legendary Nebraska Top 40 radio station?....#9 - Early 60's programming guru Bob Adams took what 250 watt AM station in Baltimore to #1 in the ratings?....#10 - Legendary radio programmer Buzz Bennett began his career on what southern U.S. radio station?.....Now, click on ANSWERS below and see how you did.