Ford unleashed the BOSS 302 on the streets to make the Trans-Am version legal for racing, and today, the 1969 and 1970 BOSS 302s are favorites among Muscle Car fans as well as Mustang fans.    This one is finished in Grabber Green, and is fitted with all the BOSS goodies… the 290 HP 302, 4-speed, sway bars front and rear, disc brakes, and of course, the good looks of the stripes, spoilers, and window slats.   It's from The Brothers Collection, and is our Muscle Car Of The Week!

Some Ford Galaxies were meant to be family cars... you know, smooth riding, quiet, fairly efficient utility cars indented to get the family from "A" to "B" with minimal fuss and in comfort.   This one, however, is a little different.   It's still a pretty comfortable ride, but thanks to it's no-frills package and dual-quad 427 and 4-speed driveline, you get to "B" much faster!    From The Brothers Collection. 
 
 
1971 showed us and all new Mustang design, and this time, we featuring a full-tilt 429 Super Cobra Jet Mach 1!  What do you think of this generation of Mustang? From the Brothers collection.
 

http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com/forum - The Mercury Cougar was all new for 1969, and this Competition Orange Eliminator was one of the top cats.    This example from the Brothers Collection is powered by the torquey 390-cube V8, and delivers plenty of tire-roasting power.  

 

This week, we bring up to speed on an awesome Ford Mustang BOSS 429 and the interesting story about how Ford used this car to homologate the BOSS '9 engine for use in NASCAR.   It's a stunning car from The Brothers Collection.

 

We're taking a look at a cool B/FX Mercury Comet from the Brothers Collection in this episode of Muscle Car Of The Week!

 

There were a lot of V8 Mustangs produced over the years, but there has always been a mystique surrounding the elusive "K" code 289 High Performance cars.    While most were GT models, this video features a rare standard 1965 Mustang powered by the 271 HP high-compression "K" code 289 from the Brothers Collection.