This 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE has so many cool things going for it that it’s hard to know where to start.   At first glance, the original appearance is a testament to the car’s history of being driven, which is unusual for a real 426 Hemi car today.   The gator pattern vinyl top is a rare factory option, adding a bit of elegance to the bad-in-black brawler appearance. It’s almost like a bouncer at a fancy club… big and powerful, but with style to match.    But perhaps the coolest aspect of this all-original Super Track Pack 4-Speed 1970 Hemi Challenger is the fact that it remains in its original family, bought new by our interviewee Gregory Qualls’ father back in 1969.  It’s a wild car with a great story and a bright future, as seen at the premiere Muscle Car show, the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals. - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals




1971 Plymouth hemicuda convertible.   The top dog… er, fish, of the Muscle Car world.   425 horsepower, 490 pound-feet of torque, 100% superbad.  We take this one for a spin on this episode of Muscle Car Of The Week!    From The Brothers Collection.



This week, we bring you an awesome 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Six Pack that was built to burn up the drag strip. It's a Mean Machine from the Brothers Collection!


A 1969.5 Plymouth Road Runner equipped with the A12 440 6BBL performance package in Vitamin C Orange from The Brothers Collection!



This week, we’re taking a look back at some of the best smokers from recent episodes of Muscle Car Of The Week featuring cars from The Brothers Collection!
A 426 Hemi-powered 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T to leave the competition black and blue!   From The Brothers Collection.  
It’s hard not to enjoy a sunny day with a 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II 426 Hemi like this one from The Brothers Collection.    And not many had the opportunity to do so, as less than 10 were built, but we’re happy to share this light blue example.