The first question that comes to mind is what was your first car? Mine was a 1955 Desoto similar to the one pictured below except mine was a four door sedan, but it was the same color:
I believe it had a hemi engine in it. It had an automatic transmission but only had a couple of gears, like low and high. Therefore, it was a little sluggish off the line, so to speak. I really liked that car.
I have had GMC, Chrysler, and Ford products and therefore their motors. I have told you before about my '57 Chevy convertible. I have had V-6, V-8, V-10, and even one to four cylinder engines on bikes. But, all through my life I have had only gasoline engines. Then I got my last RV. It has a Cat Diesel engine in it. Now, I must say, that engine really impresses me. My RV has a GVW of
26,600 and, therefore, need a big engine. I can set the cruise control for sixty mph and it will stay there, rock solid, on sixty up and down the hills and mountains, and that is towing my Jeep Liberty. Now they tell me that Caterpillar does not make engines for vehicles any more, just stationary engines. That is quite a loss to the new RV buyers.
What motor is in your RV or truck or car? Do you remember your first one? Bundle up, it is still COLD outside and have a great day, you hear?