The 1953 Chevrolet Corvette was the first of its kind for GM in many ways, from the 2-seat sports car platform to the fiberglass body shell.    The Corvette has come a long way since then, but the formula remains consistent today.   This is one of the 300 built that year, launching the longest running passenger car brand in history.    From The Brothers Collection.   
 
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The 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS was a hot car in 1965, and this 327 4-speed convertible in Madeira Maroon is a real knockout.   From The Brothers Collection. 
 
 
A tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Chevrolet Camaro featuring the unofficial Top 5 Camaros from The Brothers Collection as featured on Muscle Car Of The Week! Which is YOUR favorite?
 
We received so much positive feedback on first Muscle Car Of THe Week Stripes & Smoke special episode that we’re doing it again.    This time, we take a look the stripes on 10 more Muscle Cars from The Brothers Collection,  all suggested by viewer comments!   Thanks for watching Muscle Car Of The Week, and we appreciate your feedback!  
 
This 1965 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport is sporting a super-rare 396 engine, known as RPO code L78.   This one was advertised at 425 HP, and it’s backed by a 4-speed manual transmission!    How many 4-speed L78 convertibles are left?   We don’t know… maybe 5?   This is a great ride from The Brothers Collection, and we remind you to watch to the end… you won’t regret it!   
 

Wheels are among the first things you notice when checking out a car, and they can make a huge impact on the car’s attitude.     Some are flashy, others mundane, but Muscle Cars have had them all.    Today, we’re taking a look at 10 favorite wheels from episodes of Muscle Car Of The Week found on cars in The Brothers Collection.   

 
1970 Chevelle SS LS6 454s are like the playground bullies of the Muscle Car world.   They are big and powerful, and they can back up the attitude with a 450 HP bullet under the hood.    No wonder they are so popular!  From The Brothers Collection.