V-8


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V-8

(vē′āt′)
n.
A V-engine having eight cylinders.
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Only 150 vehicles will be built and all will be equipped with V-8 engines.
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2-liter, overhead valve, supercharged, 90-degree, Hemi Hellcat V-8.
com)-- The Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum is pleased to announce the display of a very rare and beautiful piece of automotive history.
If that's not enough cargo space, order the van with the V-8 engine and factory towing package and haul up to 9,500 lbs.
0L V-8 engine with active fuel management technology, which allows the engine to deactivate half of its cylinders under light-load conditions to improve fuel economy.
That's why V-8 is most important--its tang adds a surprising * zest to eating "what's good for you".