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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Many people are familiar with the Yenko Camaros, but Don Yenko Chevrolet was also the source for a variety of high-performance Chevy hot rods. In this episode, we're spotlighting a 1970 Yenko Deuce Nova, a car that was thinly disguised as a grocery-getter economy car. In realty, it hid a screaming LT1 350 under the hood! This particular car from the Brothers Collection is one of only 10 Hugger Orange Yenko Deuces built, and we take it for a spin! You can learn more about these awesome cars at http://www.yenko.net.

 

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It's hard to talk about Muscle Cars without the Yenko name coming up. This week, we're taking a look a pristine 1968 Yenko Camaro from the Brothers Collection, and Charley Lillard fills us in on what made these cars so special. You can learn more about Yenkos and other dealer supercars at his website, http://www.yenko.net.

 

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This week, we revisit the Brothers Collection 1969 Camaro ZL1 from Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 1, but this time, you get to hear the monstrous 427 come to life!

 

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What would you pick if you had a time machine to take you back to the year of your favorite Muscle Car? If a 1970 Chevelle SS with the 450 HP LS6 454 winds your watch, than we have the time machine for you! This 100% original and correct LS6 only has 34.2 actual miles on the odometer! It has been called the highest horsepower and lowest mileage Muscle Car left in the world, and is one of the favorites in the Brothers Collection. Watch the video to learn all about this car and how it survived in "as-new" condition all these years.

 

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The first episode of Muscle Car Of The Week features a the very first 1969 Camaro with option package ZL-1, complete with the original all-aluminum 427 V8 and an amazing history. This is the first of 69 ZL-1 Camaros ever built, and was delivered to Fred Gibb Chevrolet on New Year's Eve in 1968. Gibb and his crew transformed the car into a drag race record setter, and drove the car in races all over the country. In this video, Charley Lillard takes us through the car and tells us the stories about the original car and its restoration. Today there are less than 40 original ZL-1 Camaros still in existence.

 

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This week, The Brothers Collection brings us a pristine 1965 Chevrolet Malibu SS396 "Z16" in Rally Red with a White interior! The SS396 featured a 375 horsepower L37 396 cubic-inch V8, which was very similar to the Corvette's L78 396, although it ran a hydraulic cam and different intake causing a lower horsepower rating. However, the 4-speed Z16 package cars ran low 14's inthe quarter mile in stock trim all day long. These cars were also unique in the sense that they all featured nearly every optional upgrade in the standard package... they all had tilt wheel, 4-speaker AM / FM stereo, deluxe rear seat belts, dash mounted clock, 160 MPH speedometer, in-dash tach, and the Muncie 4-speed with console. Outside, they wore special fender-mounted SS badges, had unique rear trim, and rolled with mag-wheel inspired wheelcovers. Chevrolet made 201 Z16 package '65 Malibu SS cars in 3 colors, and this Rally Red version is one of an estimated 65 remaining today.

 

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