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http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com/forum - The Mercury Cougar was all new for 1969, and this Competition Orange Eliminator was one of the top cats. This example from the Brothers Collection is powered by the torquey 390-cube V8, and delivers plenty of tire-roasting power.
It's no secret that Muscle Car performance was on the decline after 1970 or so, but Pontiac engineers pressed on when they created the Super Duty Trans Am package, which was still a screamer in 1974. The SD-455 was a remarkable engine, a legit race-bred machine among the plummeting compression ratios and horsepower levels of other V8s of the day. This is a great example of a low-mile and correct 1974 SD-455 Trans Am from the Brothers Collection.
http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com/forum - The Dodge Charger is one of the most menacing looking Muscle Cars, and this 1970 backs up the look with power from a 426 cube Hemi V8. It is one of just 56 made with an automatic transmission behind the Hemi, out of a total of 112 Hemi cars built in 1970. One of the other unique features is the color, known as EB3 LIght Blue Metallic, which contrasts nicely with the black vinyl top and code V8W, the white transverse rear stripe option. It's an awesome ride from the Brothers Collection!
Shelby cars are always unique, and this 1970 Shelby GT 350 convertible is no exception. These cars have a unique story behind them, and we take a look at the features that made this bright orange GT350 so cool.