Latest Muscle Car Of The Week Episodes
This week, we take a spin in a sweet 1968 Dodge Charger loaded with a 426 Hemi and 4-speed... But we really like the color, too! It's believed to be the only one of its kind.
Many people didn't equate Buicks with high-performance cars, but this 1969 GS Stage 1 4-speed Convertible in sinister triple black proves them all wrong!
The 1969 1/2 Plymouth Road Runner A12 is a hopped-up version of the popular Road Runner but features a 440 cube V8 wearing 3 2-barrel carbs and boasting an advertised 390 HP. These cars have a cool light weight lift-off hood, no hubcaps, and a bad attitude. From the Brothers Collection.
In 1970, Trans Am racing was one of the hottest tickets going, and all the American automakers had a hand in the action. This Candy Apple Red 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is a beautiful example of the street version of Ford's Trans Am entry. From The Brothers Collection.
Once Don Yenko applied is magic to the the economy-minded Chevrolet Nova, it's personality was dramatically changed… for the better! The 1970 Yenko "Deuce" was a gear way for Yenko to offer an entry-level version of his high-performance Chevrolets and to avoid rising insurance premiums on popular Muscle Cars like Camaros and Chevelles. This well-known Deuce is a proud member of The Brothers Collection, and it is the star of our special 150th episode! Thanks to all for watching Muscle Car Of The Week!
http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - This 1969 Ford Mustang GT sports several cool features... a rare Indian Fire Red color, a power convertible top, and a 428 Cobra Jet engine under the hood! There weren't many like this one built, and it really stands out in the Brothers Collection!
http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - 1973 was past the prime for most Muscle Cars, but this 1973 Pontiac Trans Am SD-455 begs to differ. The Super Duty 455 engine was a special heart for a rare bird, and this car is a great example of one of the last great first generation Muscle Cars from Pontiac.