1963 Buick Special
In 1961, Buick turned out with an imaginative, lightweight all-aluminum V8 that was intended to power its new moderate size “Unique” model line. Including a pitiful 3.5-liter motor, this undersized motor punched well over its weight class and right up ’til today is still venerated as a standout amongst the most intense motors of now is the ideal time. Top execution was found in the 1963 Special, which highlighted 200 torque that spoke to a pull to-liter proportion of 0.57:1. Forms of this aluminum motor were utilized as a part of Indy race autos also, solidly setting up its family.