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Muscle Car Of The Week Video #66: 1964 Ford Fairlane Sports Coupe K-Code 289
Http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - Ford built muscular versions of nearly every car they made during the 1960s, and this 1964 Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe is a great example of how they turned a hum-drum family commuter into a stylish mini-muscle car that packed a serious punch. This Sports Coupe escaped the fate of a straight 6 in favor of a Hi-Po 289 V8 screwed to a 4-speed manual box. The K-Code version churned out 271 HP through increased compression, free-breathing intake and exhaust, a solid cam, and other hop-up goodies. The added bonus is the good looks of the Sports Coupe, wearing a slick Raven Black suit with a bright red interior. Extra-cool is the fact that it is all original and unrestored. It's our Muscle Car Of The Week from the Brother's Collection.
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The 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda convertible is one of the rarest most sought after muscle cars ever made. Production of the 1970 426 Hemi-powered monster convertible only reached 14 units, with nine being automatics and the remaining six being four speed manuals. This week, we bring you an Arctic White automatic car with a stunning red interior and contrasting black top. The car is loaded with options including power steering, brakes… even power windows and top! The Brothers Collection is truly a muscle car fan's fantasyland, with this week's 'Cuda at the summit.