October 26, 2013

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    Chevrolet unveiled its first-ever small-block V8 engine on October 26th, 1954. This 180-horsepower unit wound up in the 1955 Corvette (C1) in place of the 235 cu. in. 6-cylinder. By the way, Chevy's first V8 engine dates back to 1917. The new small-block soon became the norm for the brand, with several other models taking advantage of its superior performance and durability, not to mention its lower cost. Following its reputation as a light, compact powerplant, the small-block V8 earned...

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