Back in 1969, Ford was ready to roll out a new engine to compete in NASCAR - the BOSS 429. This was a semi-hemispherical headed V8 designed to compete with Dodge's 426 Hemi that was leading the pack on the NASCAR super speedways. NASCAR rules say that you need to sell at least 500 copies of a "street" version of any engine you planned to race, so Ford needed to build a civilian BOSS 429 for the general public. The interesting part is that Ford interpreted the rule book and noticed that the engine didn't have to be in the same car raced... so they could stuff a BOSS 429 into a Mustang rather than the Torinos being used in NASCAR. The result was a super-bad Mustang with a custom-installed 375 HP NASCAR engine under the hood. From the Brothers Collection.

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This 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible comes from an era where big cars ruled the NASCAR Speedways and the space race was in full swing. This particular car excites Muscle Car fans thanks to what lurks under the hood... a 425 HP, dual-quad carbed R-Code 427 V8 coupled to a 4-speed transmission! Ford didn't make very many Galaxie 500 R-Code convertibles, but the Brothers Collection was able to find this one and share it with Muscle Car Of The Week!

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This week's Muscle Car Of The Week from the Brothers Collection is a very unique 1969 Mustang convertible. At first glance, this car does not appear to be anything special, aside from being a clean blue drop-top. But the hood scoop tips you off... this one is a 428 Cobra Jet in sheep's clothing!

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This episode features another super-rare car from the Brothers Collection, a 1966 Ford 7-Liter 427 4-speed convertible! The 7-Liter came with a 428 V8 under the hood, but just 2 people opted for the high-performance R-Code dual-quad 427 to power their 7-Liter convertibles, and this is one!

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There are restored cars, and then there are cars that are restored with nothing but original, date coded, non-reproduction parts. This week, we're featuring an amazing 1965 Shelby G.T. 350 from the Brothers Collection, an awesome example of the early Shelby G.T., and it's wearing a Gold Level Thoroughbred restoration with a Certificate of Authenticity. That means it consists of all original Ford & Shelby parts, and it's like a brand-new car.

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There were many ways to order Muscle Cars, but this week's Muscle Car Of The Week from the Brothers Collection is a 1970 Ford Torino that makes any drive a fun time! This black convertible is hiding a 375 HP 429 Super Cobra Jet V8 under the hood, along with a 4-speed and the Drag Pack 4.30:1 rear gear for blistering speed. Plus, the drop-top makes it fun to drive even when you're not burning the tires through the gears!

One does not normally consider the 1957 Ford Ranchero to be a Muscle Car, but when you hear the story of this factory built supercharged 312 V8 powered 1 of 2 produced version, the name seems fitting! This Flame Red super truck is another example of the diversity of the Brothers Collection, and it stems from a year when Ford gave it's all to beat Chevy in sales and speed on the NASCAR track.

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