The 1971 Hemi 'Cuda evolved slightly in design from 1970 with the addition of the fender "gills" and the revised 4-light nose and grille, but the good news is that the mighty 425 horse power 426 cubic-inch hemispherical headed V8 remained unchanged in power ratings for 1971.    This version is wearing Tor-Red, a bright color that is certainly not going to be missed when trying to evade the law during late-night street competitions of speed.    One of the coolest aspects of this car is that it is a largely unrestored survivor, one of only 48 automatics produced.     It calls the Brothers Collection home.  

The 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda convertible is one of the rarest most sought after muscle cars ever made. Production of the 1970 426 Hemi-powered monster convertible only reached 14 units, with nine  being automatics and the remaining six being four speed manuals. This week, we bring you an Arctic White automatic car with a stunning red interior and contrasting black top. The car is loaded with options including power steering, brakes… even power windows and top!   The Brothers Collection is truly a muscle car fan's fantasyland, with this week's 'Cuda at the summit.  

This week, we're taking a look at a Hemi powered musclecar featuring a cartoon character in the grill. This 1971 Hemi Road Runner is a very limited production car that still retains a full-power 426 Hemi. It features outstanding details like the functional air grabber hood feeding fresh air to the 425 hp, 426 cube Hemi V-8. Inside, you will find a bench seat, a four-speed handle and little else. The exterior styling is bold with the new-for-1971 styling and the distinctive reflective stripe. It is one of many Hemi powered cars in the Brothers Collection and it is our Muscle Car Of The Week!

 
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This 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury was about as close to a drag-ready race car as you could buy from a dealer in '63.    Besides its no-nonsense appearance, this car came equipped with the 426 Max Wedge Super Stock V8, a powerful competition engine boasting 11.1:1 compression and an advertised 415 HP at 5600 RPM.    The dual-quad "short ram" intake, high-lift cam, free flowing exhaust, manual trans, Sure Grip differential, and a lack of accessories helped these cars stack up records in Super Stock drag racing.    This one is from the Brothers Collection.

There is nothing subtle about this week's Muscle Car Of The Week.      This Everything about this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird helps it to stand out in a crowd... the brillinat TorRed color, the high rear wing, the aerodynamic nose, and of course, the gorwling 426 Hemi V8 under the hood.    However, this very car was chosen by some not-so-brilliant outlaws to be the getaway car from a Harrah's Casino hiest in Reno, Nevada.    Although they might have thought the speed of a NASCAR superspeedway flyer like this would have helped them escape, they were quickly apprehended and the car taken from them.      Today, the car lives a much more lawful existance in the Brothers Collection, where it resides in restored glory safe from wrongdoers.   We certainly don't condone unlawful acts, but we bet the getaway ride was fun!

This week, we bring you one of the pinnacle Muscle Cars ever built, for multiple reasons!    You're looking at the very first 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda Convertible ever built.    Rare because they only made 14 Hemi 'Cuda drop-tops in '70, cool because of the 425 HP 426 cube Hemi V8 under the hood, and even more unique because this is the frist one to roll off the assembly line.    Dressed in Rallye Red with a red interior and black top, this car even sports a red Shaker hood scoop for more attention-getting fun.    Mash the gas and the dual Carter four-barrels open up to provide fuel - lots of fuel - to the hungry Hemi below.    The Brothers Collection is home to some awesome cars, but this one is over the top, even with the top down!    

This week, we're featuring a 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda AAR wearing the ultra-bright Sassy Grass Green paint color.     These cars were direct descendants of the Trans Am racing program, and while they are highly sought-after today, they were not hot sellers when new.    This is one of several AARs in the Brothers Collection, and we show you the details in this week's episode!    Click "Read More" for photos!