There are vintage racers and bone stockers in The Brothers Collection, but today, we’re checking out a hybrid of both.     This is a modified creation built to look - and perform - like a 1970 Plymouth Superbird “wing car”, but is a handmade version that started life as a 1970 Plymouth Satellite. 
 
The idea came from pro-athlete / TV star / car guy Bill Goldberg, who wanted to build an outrageous super speedway terror using modern technology but would still have the look of the 1970 NASCAR wing cars.    He enlisted the YearOne Ghostworks Garage and Evernham Racing to make it happen.   The result is the car you see here today. 
 
 
Ahh, a bright yellow and white 1971 Plymouth ‘cuda convertible, powered by the legendary 426 Hemi V8.    Truly a fantasy machine for just about every red-blooded gear head, Plymouth fan or not.   Only 11 were built with the Hemi, and it’s important to note that just 374 1971 ‘cuda convertibles were produced in total, so they are pretty rare, no matter what’s under the hood. This combination of an angry Hemi in a summertime fun drop-top ‘cuda might seem like a mismatch, but that’s part of the mystique of these cars.    From The Brothers Collection.  
 

 

 

This popular 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T features a 426 Hemi, a 4-Speed, and a power convertible top.   Just like the other 4 built with these options!    It’s another super-rare example of a prime Muscle Car from The Brothers Collection.     
 
 
This 1968 Plymouth GTX convertible features a thumpin’ 426 Hemi for power, one of just 34 built!   It’s one of the most stylish and speedy rides in The Brothers Collection!