This week, we're taking a look at the car that kicked off the R/T line for Dodge, a 1967 Coronet R/T 440. This one is super-sharp in Medium Blue with a white interior and convertible top. From the Brothers Collection.

This week, we're not bringing you a tire-shredding monster of a Muscle Car, but it is a pretty cool car from the height of the Muscle Car era.   It's a base-model 1969 Barracuda, sporting a mild 318 with a 4-barrel and and an automatic transmission.   However, it's wearing a Mod Top and interior option... something that makes this little Barracuda worthy of a moment in the sun of it's own.    It may not be the fastest in the fleet, but it is one of the more distinctive cars in the Brothers Collection.

This 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T is a hot one, and not just because it is bright red with a white top and interior.    This car burns the hides thanks to a dual quad 426 Hemi, and it is not afraid to show off.    A very cool '71 R/T from the Brothers Collection. 

In this episode,  we're taking a look at a 1965 Plymouth Satellite powered by the 426 Wedge V8 and wearing a truly unique '60s Copper color.   From the Brothers Collection.

http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - The 'Cuda was new for 1970,  and the Chrysler engineers made sure the platform would handle the super-sized 426 Hemi V8.    This one is doused in T5 Tor-Red with a black vinyl top and black stripes, but if the stunning looks don't get you, the 425 HP dual-quad Hemi will.   From the Brothers Collection.   
 

 

The Dodge Charger is one of the most iconic Muscle Car designs of all time, with its squared-off monolithic shape and imposing presence.   Our subject is equipped with the R/T package, and is powered by the factory installed 425 HP 426 Hemi V8 and 3-speed automatic transmission, a combination only found in a few hundred of the 20,000 plus 1969 Charger R/Ts built.    From the hidden headlights up front to the NASCAR inspired quick-fill fuel door high on the quarter panel, this car means business.   It is part of the Brothers Collection, and has seen just over 50,000 hammer-down, tire smoking miles.   

http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - This week, we take a look at 1/12 of the total production of 1970 Dodge Challenger convertibles built with the 426 Hemi V8.    Of the 12, 9 were US cars, with the other three built for export.    This is one of the nicest restorations in the Brothers Collection, and that is saying a lot!