Latest Muscle Car Of The Week Episodes
This 1972 Pontiac Trans Am stands tall in Cameo White with a saddle interior and the 455 HO v8 under the hood and a 4-speed stick in the console. It's one of 458 built, and a cool addition to The Brothers Collection.
NASCAR racing was insanely popular in 1969 and the cars were getting faster and faster. Dodge had an ace in the hole with the 426 Hemi V-8 and all the power they made. However, Dodge engineers were learning about the benefits of aerodynamics and how you could go faster with less power if your car knew how to cooperate with the wind. This 440 car is a great example of the rare street versions of the infamous Winged Warriors.
From The Brothers Collection.
Yenko Camaros are special cars indeed. This week, we're featuring a beautifully restored 1969 Yenko Camaro, complete with the correct 450 horsepower 427, 4-speed Muncie transmission, and all the other elements that make a Yenko a Yenko. This car is also one of only 10 Yenko Camaros painted in Olympic Gold, and one of only 2 with white stripes. Camaros might be common, but not this one!
On this episode, we're spending a few minutes with a very cool and unusual 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T. If the bright red color and 426 Hemi V8 weren't enough to make it stand out, the special fiberglass N94 hood should make Muscle Car fans take notice. Supposedly there were only 4 R/T cars built with the TA style hood, and this is the only known Hemi powered version left. From The Brothers Collection.