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!
 

This week, we bring you an extremely rare 1970 Plymouth Cuda 340 convertible, one of only 19 shifted by a 3-speed manual transmission.     When we see a stick on the floor, we tend to think 4-speed, but in this case, someone ordered the 3-speed along with a host of other interesting options like a power top and the factory luggage rack.   It's one of the great Cudas in the Brothers Collection.