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!
 
 
Is this the most sought-after Muscle Car ever made? Chrysler workers only put 11 of these Hemicuda convertibles together back in ‘71, and the breakdown of options and colors puts this as one of 2 US delivered cars that were built with the 426 Hemi V8 and 4-speed manual transmission.    From The Brothers Collection.
 
Yep, not everything goes as planned.    
 
 
People are passionate about Muscle Cars, and we’re happy to have the opportunity to share the cars in The Brothers Collection with enthusiasts around the world.   In this episode, we take a few minutes to answer some feedback and comments we received from our YouTube, Facebook, website, and other online viewers.   You can always post a comment or contact us with comments or questions about the cars shown on Muscle Car Of The Week!
 
All added up, there were 12 440 six barrel Cuda convertibles built with an automatic transmission, and just 17 came with the heavy duty 4-speed manual gearbox like our example here.    It’s not quite as rare as the Hemi cars, but any time you have an extremely low production car that has awesome power, stunning good looks, and a folding top, you’ve got a winner.
 
The letter X has always been kind of mystical… X marks the spot, X stands for experimental, X represents an unknown or even secret stuff like X factors or X files.   Today, we’re checking out a 1 of 10 built 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX convertible from The Brothers Collection, powered by a 426 Hemi V8!