Unlike its corporate compact car siblings (Buick Special and Pontiac Tempest), which were built mostly with sleepy Slant Four and V-6 cylinder engines, the Olds F85 was a V-8-only proposition. As such, the first-generation F85 was the only compact car that came standard with a V-8. But don't get too excited. Though burly 394 Olds V-8s were used in fullsize cars, Olds designed a lightweight, all-aluminum, 215ci V-8 for the F85 (it was also optional in Buick Specials and a handful of Pontiac Tempests). This '63 features the optional Rochester 4CG four-barrel carburetor and makes 195 hp. The base 155hp 215 had a two-barrel Rochester 2CG carburetor, while the turbocharged 215 had a crazy Carter YH one-barrel side-draft carburetor and made 215 hp. Unfortunately, the turbo mill was only available in the Jetfire two-door hardtop.