The Corvette changed for 1968, evolving into the 3rd generation for the American sports car. The sleek new styling looks like full speed standing still, a trait shared by most Corvettes. This week's Muscle Car Of The Week could be considered the top-gun of all '68 Corvettes, as it carries a 500+ HP 427 under the hood, an optioned named the "L88". L88 cars featured not only a distinctive hood, but a whole list of performance enhancements... the F41 performance suspension, J56 heavy duty brakes, a Muncie M22 4-speed transmission, and of course, the 12.5:1 compression 427 V8. The LeMans Blue roadster in the Brothers Collection is one of only 80 built in '68, and it might look like a nice Sunday cruiser, but it was a thinly disguised race car sold to the public!

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The '67 Camaro Z/28 is one of the most sought-after Camaros, having been designed to bring the Camaro into the competitive world of Trans Am racing. The Mustang and Barracuda had a couple years lead time on the Camaro, but the potent 302-powered pony car came out of the gate running. This one from the Brothers Collection is a pristine example of an original Z/28 that has been upfitted with some period correct speed parts including the rare cross-ram intake manifold. Too cool.

 

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The 1969 Chevelle SS 396 was a hot car, but the COPO program allowed for a run of 427 cars to really take Super Stock drag racing by storm.    However, Don Yenko at Yenko Chevrolet one-upped the COPO cars with 99 special 1969 "SYC" Yenko Super Car Chevelles further modified to his liking.    This 427 cubic-inch monster features a 4-speed, and it is one of only 12 built in Garnet Red.    From The Brothers Collection.

The 1969 Camaro is one of the most iconic Muscle Cars ever built, and the many variations of Camaros keep these cars interesting decades on. This week, we're spotlighting a '69 Camaro nearly every Muscle Car fan would like... an RS / SS 396 375 HP convertible 4-speed in a stunning shade of Frost Green. This car has nearly all the most sought-after options Chevrolet installed, including the 396, RS appearance package, Muncie 4-speed, and of course, the power convertible top. From The Brothers Collection.

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The Brothers Collection is home to some of the most collectible Corvettes in the world, and this week's Muscle Car Of The Week is a great example. It's a 1967 L88 427 Corvette Convertible, one of just 20 L88s made in 1967. It seems the number of convertibles versus hardtop '67 L88s is the subject of debate, but it's safe to say that this is one of the rarest Corvettes ever built.

The 435 HP L88 427 is the stuff of legends, and the L88 Corvette is devoid of nearly all creature comforts, but the distinctive styling and "L88" hood make it look as fast as it is. Watch the video to learn all the details of this amazing car.

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The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 still stands as one of the most desirable of all Camaros. We ran into Charley Lillard at the 2013 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals and he took some time to tell us about this red 1967 Z/ 28 that is full of interesting options and is hiding an aluminum engine under the hood! Shot at the 2013 Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals in Rosemont, IL.

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This week, we have an extra special feature from the Brothers Collection. Back in 1967, Bill Mitchell and the GM styling division built a custom Camaro convertible called the "Cherokee", featuring styling touches that previewed the forthcoming 1968 Corvette. In this video, we not only feature the freshly restored original show car car, but speak with renowned customizer Charley Hutton about the car and it's meticulous restoration. Shot at the 2013 Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals in Rosemont, IL.

 

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