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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The 1970 Ford Mustang BOSS 302 is one of our favorite cars in the Brothers Collection, as it has a design purpose that traces back to Trans Am racing. This Medium Blue Metallic version features the 290 HP 302 Windsor V8 topped with Cleveland style large-valve heads, a Toploader 4-speed, performance suspension, a Shaker hood, and all the visual elements that make a BOSS so cool.

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This beautiful 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 looks great thanks to its pristine restoration and soothing Gulfstream Aqua color, and the S-Code 390 / 4-speed Toploader combo makes it a blast to drive. However, one of the most unique features of this Mach 1 is the factory installed steel sunroof... an option that was not offered on the '69 Mustang. It is one of 2 built with the opening roof, and it's another excellent example of the diversity of outstanding Muscle Cars in the Brothers Collection. Watch the video to learn more about this stunning Mustang!

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The Muscle Car Of The Week is this stunning 1966 Ford Galaxie 500 XL that becomes more interesting the more you look. You will first notice the subdued color called Coventry Gray, and it was never offered on the Ford Galaxie for 1966. It is a specially ordered Mercury color, making this the only one ever built! And while they made many Galaxie 500 XL models, there were less than 50 that came with the R-Code 427 V8 under the hood. Boasting 425 hp, the R-Code 427 breathed through dual four barrel carburetors and churned a four speed manual transmission. This might not look like a race car, but it seemed to be built for the dragstrip. We love the juxtaposition of luxury and power, making this a wolf in banker's clothing!

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The Muscle Car Of The Week is for Mustang fans, as we bring you a great story on a sweet '67 K-Code convertible from the Brothers Collection! This 1967 K-Code Mustang convertible is one of just 50 made, and only 1 of 16 convertible automatics. The K-Code featured a 289 High Performance V8 making 271 horsepower and 340 ft. lbs. of torque, which made these Mustangs great performers. This Lime Gold example is also documented by the Marti Report to be the last one built on the San Jose Ford assembly line, which is the same line that built the Mustangs which became Shelby GT350s. Watch the video for more details on the K-Code package and this particular example!

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