This past weekend, Brothers Performance held its third annual “Battle of the Brands” car show at its DeLand, Florida, location. The all-day event included a free dyno and exhaust sound-off competition, both of which were huge hits among the hundreds of spectators and owners who turned out for the event.
While the lot was absolutely flooded with Mustangs, one thing it didn’t have was a wide selection GM and Mopar vehicles, making this battle a bit one-sided. But fortunately what they lacked in quantity, they sure made up for in quality. The cars in attendance not named Mustang we came across were top notch and an absolute pleasure to behold.
Below are a few of the specimens we encountered throughout the day:
This Plum Crazy Purple 1973 Plymouth Duster owned by Jeff Fox and 2010 Dodge Challenger owned by Dave Sheehan were two beautiful examples of Mopar Muscle.
A unique and beautiful Dodge Charger stood out boldly among the Mustangs.