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!

This '69 Charger Daytona in the Brothers Collection is one of 502 built, and 1 of 294 with the 440 engine. With its aerodynamic nose piece and towering rear wing, this is definitely the most outlandish design from the muscle car era. But those features weren't added to shock and sell, they were shaped to be kings of the Nascar Super Speedways. In this episode of Muscle Car Of The Week, we'll tell you all about it.

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There are many "one of one" cars in the Brothers Collection, cars that may be the only on made with specific options, engine, or color. This episode features one of the more significant 1/1 cars in the Collection.. a 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda 440 6-Pack Convertible! Plymouth only made 17 440 'Cuda convertibles in '71, 12 were automatics, and this is the only one in color code Y9 Tawny Gold. This car is also unique in that it is one of only 2 wit ht the optional Shaker hood and Billboard stripes on the quarters. It is a fully documented original car certified by Mopar expert Galen Govier, and it is regarded as the highest-optioned 'Cuda convertible built. Truly a unique car!

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This week, we're featuring a 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda AAR, a high-revving 340 V8 powered Trans Am car for the street! These had all kinds of speed and performance parts, and the high impact visuals to go with them. This particular car is one of only 5 FT6 Burnt Tan versions built, with only 2 known survivors.

 

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This one reminds us of the Big Bad Wolf dressed up in Granny's nightgown... a 425 HP 426 Hemi V8 under the hood of a 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II convertible wearing color code 661 Metallic Mauve. Yeah, it's pink. And yeah, it's a baaad machine! Plymouth made 10 '66 Belvedere II Hemi drop-tops, 6 automatics, and only one in this color, making this one of the rarest Mopars in the Brothers Collection. It's been perfectly restored, but it still features its original driveline. And because it's a 1 of 1, it's been restored to it's original Metallic Mauve. Would it be more fun in black or red? Who knows, but we wouldn't turn it down!

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This week, we have a special car for Mopar fans from the Brothers Collection. This is the very first 1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 446 Pack ever built! This was the pilot car used by Chrysler to promote the A 12 Roadrunner package, and it has been called the "Wayward Beeper". Its significant history is bolstered by an appearance in Super Stock Magazine, where it was tested and tuned by legendary speed-shifter Ronnie Sox. This car features the 390 hp 440 V8 with 3 2 barrel carburetors, and A833 four-speed transmission, 4.10:1 rear gears, and a stripped-down interior. This very car has gone 12.91 seconds in the quarter mile, leading Chrysler to call it the fastest A12 ever built!

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We've featured some pretty rare cars on Muscle Car Of The Week, and this one tops the list! This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner convertible would be cool with any power plant, but the fact that the Air Grabber hood is hiding an original 425 HP 426 HEMI V8 coupled to a 4-speed transmission makes this one of the rarest 'Runners out there! Reports claim 10 of these cars were equipped with the 426 HEMI in drop-top form, and only a couple are said to exist today. This F8 Green monster was featured at the 2013 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals in the Road Runner Invitational display and is one of the prized Plymouths in The Brothers Collection.

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