The 1967 Corvette was the last year for the body style, and this week, we're playing with a 435 HP 427 Corvette Roadster in beautiful Marina Blue from The Brothers Collection.

 

 

The early third-generation Corvettes are among the favorites of the style, as they sport minimal trim and they pre-date the heavier 5-mph crash bumpers and performance robbing emissions equipment.   The 1971 models did see a reduction in compression ratios as a first step down toward the lo-po mid '70s cars, but this 1971 LT1 still cranked out 330 HP and impressive torque in a fantastic-looking Corvette.   It's from the Brothers Collection, and we enjoyed our time with it!

 

 

 

http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - This 1970 Chevelle SS 396 features some great features, ranging from the 350 HP 396 (402) under the hood, sport suspension, and SS appearance package, to the bucket seats, tilt wheel, air conditioning, and power convertible top.    We also like it because it is a survivor... a fairly low-milage car with original paint and equipment still installed.    It's one of the more unique Chevelles in the Brothers Collection.

The Chevrolet Camaro is one of the most popular Muscle Cars of all time, and many times we overlook the factory-built "hot rod" versions of the Camaro.    The original Z/28s were far more than just a striped Camaro, as they featured a high-revving 302, tuned suspension, better brakes, and much more.    This Butternut Yellow '68 is one of the Z/28s in the Brothers Collection and is our pick for Muscle Car Of The Week.