This week, A 1 of 5 made 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda 440+6 4-speed convertible.   With all the great features, styling, and performance, you’d think there would have been millions of these cars sold!  From the Brothers Collection. 

This week, we take a spin in a sweet 1968 Dodge Charger loaded with a 426 Hemi and  4-speed... But we really like the color, too!  It's believed to be the only one of its kind.

The 1969 1/2 Plymouth Road Runner A12 is a hopped-up version of the popular Road Runner but features a 440 cube V8 wearing 3 2-barrel carbs and boasting an advertised 390 HP.    These cars have a cool light weight lift-off hood,  no hubcaps, and a bad attitude.   From the Brothers Collection.

We're cruising in 426 powered drop-top 1965 style with this '65 Plymouth Satellite Convertible! This car is a great example of conservative Mopar styling, and it is powered by the 426 wedge-head V8 for plenty of snap. It's from The Brothers Collection.

The 426 Hemi is one of the most celebrated Muscle Car engines, and this triple-black 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T from The Brothers Collection is an instant party at the turn of the key. Only 71 people chose to slide their paychecks across the Dodge dealer's desk in exchange for a Hemi-powered '71 Charger R/T, and this particular car is nearly exactly how it was back in '71.

 

A Studebaker, on Muscle Car Of The Week? We think this original and extremely low milage Avanti R2 with the Paxton Supercharged 289 qualifies. What do you think? It's a great car from The Brothers Collection that deserves some recognition.

http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - The automakers will often send specially optioned versions of new production cars to the annual Auto Shows to show off the best example of a particular model.   In this episode, we're looking at just such a car… a 1967 Dodge Charger with the 426 Hemi V8 that was built for the 1967 International Auto Show.   It's a great car and one with a load of cool options from The Brothers Collection.