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American V8s (by Manufacturer and Year)

Note: these dates are for calendar years, not U.S. style model years.

  • American Motors (AMC)
    • 1956–1966 GEN-1 Nash/Hudson/Rambler V8
    • 1966–1969 GEN-2 AMC
    • 1970–1991 GEN-3 AMC and Jeep V8
  • Chrysler
    • 1951–1959 FirePower
    • 1951–1958 and 1964–1971 Hemi (Original)
    • 1956–1967 A family
    • 1958–1971 B family
    • 1959–1978 RB family
    • 1964–2003 LA Family
    • 1999–present PowerTech
    • 2003–present New Hemi
  • Detroit Diesel
    • 1957-1980s Series 71
    • 1980s-early 1990s Series 92
  • Ford
    • 1920–1932 Lincoln Liberty
    • 1932–1953 Flathead V8
    • 1954–1962 Y-block V8
    • 1958–1967 MEL V8
    • 1958–1976 FE V8
    • 1958–1982 Super Duty engine
    • 1962–2001 Windsor V8
    • 1966–present Cosworth DFV
    • 1968–1997 385 V8
    • 1970–1982 335/Cleveland V8
    • 1991–present Modular V8/Triton V8
    • 1996–present Jaguar AJ-V8
    • 1996–1999 Yamaha V8
    • 2004–present AJD-V8
    • 2009–present Lion V8
    • 2009–present Boss/Hurricane
    • 2011–present Ford Coyote
  • General Motors
    • 1914–1992 Cadillac V8
    • 1930–1931 Oakland V8
    • 1932 Pontiac V8
    • 1949–1990 Oldsmobile Rocket V8
    • 1953-1980 Buick V8
    • 1954-1981 Pontiac V8
    • 1954–2002 Chevrolet small-block V8
    • 1958–2009 Chevrolet Big-Block engine
    • 1992–2010 Northstar/Premium
    • 1992–1997 Generation 2 small-block
    • 1997–present Generation 3 small-block
    • 2005–present Generation 4 small-block
    • 2001–present Duramax Diesel
  • Packard
    • 1955–1956
  • Studebaker
    • 1951–1964

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