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!
 
 
When does a Soft Yellow 2-door hardtop with gold interior qualify as a Muscle Car?   When it's a 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II with a tire-roasting 426 Hemi and a 4-speed stick-shift transmission!    This is a clean example of a classic sleeper from The Brothers Collection.   
 

This week, we are taking a look at a 1966 Dodge Cornet 500 that came factory equipped with the 426 Hemi V-8 engine. Not many of these were built, and this is a great example of a low mileage version found in The Brothers Collection.

Today, cars with factory-installed 426 Hemi V8s are some of the highest-valued Muscle Cars in existence.   The lure of limited production quantities and the power of the 426 Hemi combine to drive the pricetags of these cars beyond the average collector.   So what’s all the fuss about a Hemi Road Runner?    How about quarter mile times of 13.54 @ 105 ½ MPH as logged by Car & Driver Magazine?    The Hemi engine was an expensive upgrade, but it did get you a solid performer that was ready to go off the showroom floor.   And at the end of the day, we like Ma Mopar’s mission to bring performance back to the common customer.   
 
 
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This week, A 1 of 5 made 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda 440+6 4-speed convertible.   With all the great features, styling, and performance, you’d think there would have been millions of these cars sold!  From the Brothers Collection.