The "K" in the 5th VIN position has special meaning to early Mustang fans, and this 1966 version is a perfect example of why! The K code cars featured not only the 271 HP 289 V8, they also rode on a performance suspension system. We take a look at a Signal Flare Red K-Code from the Brothers Collection to learn more.

This week, we move off the mark from the typical Muscle Car into the world of mid 1960's luxury sedans, only to find that this 1 of 3 ever built 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 LTD is sporting an 427 for power!    The high-compression, dual-quad side-oiler V8 is coupled to a 4-speed transmission and a 4.11:1 rear gear, making this car one of the most comfortable drag racers ever built!    This luxo-liner LTD is one of the many unique rides in the Brothers Collection.

This week, we're showcasing a Bright Gold Metallic 1970 Ford Mustang BOSS 302.   This is one of the high-revving "hybrid" engine cars which resulted from the homologation rules of Trans Am racing, which dictated the automakers needed to make a street version of the cars raced in Trans Am.   This meant the 302 cube V8 that was built from a Windsor block and topped with Cleveland heads needed to be readily available to the public.   Add to that the low-slung suspension, high-impact graphics, and other performance touches and you have a hot performer that was great fun to drive.   From the Brothers Collection.  

This 1967 Shelby Cobra is an all-original car, but if it looks a little less aggressive than the side-piped, roll-barred, hood-scooped 427 Cobras you are used to seeing, it's because this is a Street Car version.    These were a little less racy than the 427 Competition or Semi Competition cars, but still a legendary performer on the street or track.    Sometimes called the "Gentleman's Cobra", the street cars often were powered by the Ford 428 big block V8 over the high-strung 427 side-oiler.   Watch the episode to learn the story on this highly-original Shelby!

Not all Muscle Cars were 2-door sedans, as evidenced by this week's offering, a 1969 Ford Ranchero GT with a 428 Cobra Jet Ram Air V8 under the hood!     This one is wearing a Brittany Blue exterior with a blue interior, white GT stripes, and chrome wheels.    But the most important part is the 335 HP 428 Cobra Jet engine, capable of 440 ft. lbs. of torque, which helped move this Muscle Car… and whatever it was hauling… with ease!    From the Brothers Collection.