Thesaurus for v8

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The Ford Motor Company is currently the second largest carmaker on Earth. "FoMoCo" (one of its nicknames) includes the Ford, Mercury, Lincoln, Volvo, Jaguar, Land Rover and Aston Martin brands, which cover massive parts of the car market in the US and abroad. It is widely believed that Ford's American brands, namely Ford, Mercury and Lincoln, are suffering due to the added responsibilities of the new additions to the Ford family, as well as controversies harming important models, like the older version of the Ford Explorer SUV and Ford Focus compact. Ford is criticized especially for its handling of the historical and ailing Lincoln brand, which is no longer a top-tier luxury brand while its rival Cadillac is supported more heavily by General Motors, along with the increasingly irrelevant Mercury brand, which sells the most obvious twins of Ford models besides Lincoln.
Ford completed the expulsion of the Lincoln brand from its Premier Automotive Group.
by DP September 05, 2003
Men's best companion. Often referred as "My wife".
"Dude! Where's my car?"
by Anon May 06, 2003
A beautiful, ungodly fast car that can be picked up for about $8000 and will shit on your eurotrash wannabe porsche's or Jags and your homo-erotic ricer club boyz.

hands down the most bang for your buck
give me $1200 for suspsension, and my camaro will embarass your expensive imports all day long on the track.

the only way to make a camaro vs. import race interesting is to start in 3rd gear.
by Pi Kappa Alpha December 23, 2003
One of the most sarcastic guys you'll ever meet. They tend to be very handsome and down to Earth. They hate girl drama. They are very athletic and while they may be smart they tend to procrastinate and do the bare minimum to get by. Holden is one of the funniest guys, that can always make you smile. A girl is extremely lucky to catch a Holden.
Friend1: He's good at everything
Friend2: Well yeah his name is Holden.

A girl will wish she'll be "Holden" his hand.
by #oh_you*know November 29, 2011
An American legend. The original pony car and muscle car, born on April 17th 1964. The car all other manufacturers tried tried and are still trying to emulate. 1964-1973 first generation Mustangs are considered classics, 1974-1986 were not so good. 1987-1993 are the popular Fox body, and 1994 to present Mustangs are sweet, esp. 1999-present. A new generation will begin for model year 2005.

Ultimate Mustangs include the 1969-70 Boss 429, Any Shelby Mustang, any Cobra, and any Saleen, Mach 1, Boss 302, GT's, etc. GT's are always great and are very reasonably priced.

To everyone who is bashing the Mustang, a few words. Camaros and Firebirds may be quicker than most GT's, but 1) They look like crap (except WS-6 Trans Am) and 2) I'd like to see either of them step up to the 2003 Cobra or any Saleen, and 3) Oh wait, GM discontinued them because they can't sell any.

For the Japanese cars will the silly winey exhaust.....putting 500 HP in a Civic is like putting Granite Counter Tops and a Plasma TV into your mobile home at the trailer park....why bother? Why not spend the money on a nicer unit first? Now, a 3000 GT or Supra is nice, but a stock Saleen s351r with 510 HP, yes stock with 510, will eat any stock Japanese car (including NSX), and most souped up ones. Put a few dollars under the hood of that Saleen and look out, no beefed Japanese car will touch it.

Mustangs are the best.
Dude, I just spend $90,000 on my Honda Civic and put 17 turbos on the 75 HP 4 cylinder, and that Mustang Saleen s351r just beat me by 9 car lengths.
by BruinsFan78 August 23, 2003
V6
Awesome Japanese band. Wrote "Change the World" which is the first theme for Inuyasha. Truly awesome.
"I want to change the world, kaze wa kakekute nanimo shoezune..."
by MikoNightShade September 20, 2003
A girl or guy who is quick to engage in sexual activities.
Damn that slut was fast.
by SpeedDemon February 28, 2005
An automotive vehicle from the 40's, 50's, 60's, or 70's characterized by big displacement V-8s, big tires, chrome wheels, dual exhuast, racing stripes or flames, blowers, and speed.
"In a 15 year bloom, before tightening emission regulations and rocketing gas prices stamped extinct on an entire breed of cars in the '70s, America's automobile industry produced the most memorable cars built anywhere, anytime: "The American Muscle Car." While today's modern squeaky clean cars may approach the performance numbers put up 35 years ago, they will never duplicate the rush generated by 400-plus cubic inches fighting for tracion through period bias-ply tires. Pity today's car enthusiasts who think variable valve timing is the hot setup."
-Bruce Armstrong
by Wicked76 September 28, 2003
1. An abbreviation of Chevrolet, an American car manufacturer owned by General Motors.
"Hank sure has a nice Chevy"
by Tom September 17, 2003
think of an engine as a giant air pump. It gobbles up air from the atmosphere and dumps it into six cylinders. Inside each cylinder, the air is mixed with fuel that is sprayed in by the fuel injectors. The spark plug ignites, causing a small but powerful explosion. This explosion rapidly expands the air that is inside the cylinder, forcing the piston upwards. The piston is connected to the connecting rod which turns the crankshaft. The crankshaft spins and is connected to the transmission, driveshaft, rear differential, and finally, the rear axle and wheels.
my car has an engine
by AkumaGouki November 23, 2004

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