Latest Muscle Car Of The Week Episodes
We love the fact that our Muscle Car Of The Week videos are shared amongst Muscle Car enthusiasts worldwide, but we recently were completely stoked to learn that our friends at www.drivesrt.com - you know, the official Chrysler and Dodge website where you build & buy such awesome cars as the Hellcat and Viper SRT - thought high enough of Muscle Car Of The Week cars and videos to share them on their HOME PAGE! For car guys, there are few honors higher than being showcased on an auto manufacturer's website, especially one as cool as the SRT site! We have to thank The Brothers Collection for letting us shoot videos of their awesome cars, and a special shout-out to the crew and families of the Muscle Car Of The Week team for putting up with our nonsense as we make this show!
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.
This week, we take a spin in a sweet 1968 Dodge Charger loaded with a 426 Hemi and 4-speed... But we really like the color, too! It's believed to be the only one of its kind.
Many people didn't equate Buicks with high-performance cars, but this 1969 GS Stage 1 4-speed Convertible in sinister triple black proves them all wrong!
The 1969 1/2 Plymouth Road Runner A12 is a hopped-up version of the popular Road Runner but features a 440 cube V8 wearing 3 2-barrel carbs and boasting an advertised 390 HP. These cars have a cool light weight lift-off hood, no hubcaps, and a bad attitude. From the Brothers Collection.
In 1970, Trans Am racing was one of the hottest tickets going, and all the American automakers had a hand in the action. This Candy Apple Red 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is a beautiful example of the street version of Ford's Trans Am entry. From The Brothers Collection.
Once Don Yenko applied is magic to the the economy-minded Chevrolet Nova, it's personality was dramatically changed… for the better! The 1970 Yenko "Deuce" was a gear way for Yenko to offer an entry-level version of his high-performance Chevrolets and to avoid rising insurance premiums on popular Muscle Cars like Camaros and Chevelles. This well-known Deuce is a proud member of The Brothers Collection, and it is the star of our special 150th episode! Thanks to all for watching Muscle Car Of The Week!