The simple but fiendishly tough slide puzzle featuring unique and exclusive images of all American V8 sports and muscle cars.
We have put together beautiful images of V8 classics.
We have a Chevrolet Corvette C5 with 340hp from the LS1 5.7 small block V8. This gives a top speed of 181 mph. This Corvette was a massive improvement over the C4 and was manufactured between 1997 and 2004. The C5 was available with an auto or 6 speed manual. The Indianapolis 500 of 1998 featured a C5 as the pace car in Radar Blue with yellow wheels. Just under a quarter of a million C5 vettes were produced.
We also have a Chevrolet Camaro SS, the supreme Camaro, with supercar performance thanks to the 6.2 liter V8 with 426 hp and 420 lb.-ft. of torque. This Camaro also has launch control for even faster 0-60 times, performance tuned suspension with competitive mode and 20 inch wheels with Pirelli Pzero high performance tires.
We also feature a pair of Ford Mustangs, one being the awesome Ford Shelby GT500KR. Revealed in 2007 and powered by a 540 horsepower 5.4 liter or 330 CI supercharged V8 version of the base GT500 Cold Air Intake and unique calibration. SVT and Shelby built 1571 Anniversary Editions matching the original 1968 GT500KR.
The Shelby GT500KR features a carbon fiber hood with scoops and vents, a unique carbon fiber splitter, carbon fiber mirror caps and brake cooling ducts. The suspension was tuned by SVT with unique spring rates, dampers, stabilizer bars, and an extra strut brace sourced from Ford Racing. Goodyear Eagle F1 tires were specifically developed for the KR with a unique compound, identified by the "Wingedfoot" sidewall emblem. The GT500KR was featured in the new Knight Rider series.
Of course we also have a Dodge Challenger SRT8. Re-introduced in 2008 after an absence of many years, the Challenger actually uses a shortened Mercedes E Class platform. Daimler Benz owned Chrysler at the time. The SRT8 is equipped with the fantastic 6.1 liter (370 CI) Hemi V8 and a 5-speed AutoStick auto.
The Chrysler Hemi’s roots go back to the 1960’s when it was developed for NASCAR. The Hemi engine introduced in 2002 by DaimlerChrysler had a different combustion chamber with twin spark plug locations. This sets it apart from the second generation 426ci version. The car shown here in ‘Hemi Orange’ has beautiful 22 inch Foose wheels.
This app includes seven image puzzles and five levels of difficulty plus tools to help out when you get stuck.
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