Latest Muscle Car Of The Week Episodes
The versatile GM “A” body platform allowed Buick to build a wide variety of cars that shared the same basic backbone and DNA, ranging from meek 6-cylinder 4-doors and post-coupes up through fully loaded luxury station wagons and convertibles. This 1971 Buick GS 455 Stage 1 convertible is the recipient of some of the best Buick had to offer in ‘71, featuring the highest levels of power, style, and comfort all wrapped up in one sinister triple-black convertible.
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!
Our Muscle Car Of The Week from the Brothers Collection is a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle, built with the SS performance and styling package. The Chevelle was the midsize Chevrolet family car, and the SS option added a long list of performance upgrades in the driveline and suspension departments. Ours was also built with the Regular Production Option code LS-6, the high-compression big-dog 454 cubic inch V8. Could this be the very last 1970 Chevelle SS LS-6 454 ever built?
Back in the early 1960s, Ford sold an economy car called the Falcon, a lightweight, basic car... you know, the kind of platform that makes for a great... race car! Our Muscle Car Of The Week is just such an animal… or should I say, Insect! Behold the mighty Termite, a 1964 Ford Falcon that ran hard enough in the heyday of the AHRA to knock down a couple records with it’s hard-charging 260-cube V8. From The Brothers Collection.