If Ford’s new Mustang-inspired EV crossover isn’t your idea of what a pony car should be, then this latest custom by the Ringbrothers may tickle your fancy for those who like to keep it traditional. Meet the one-of-a-kind, 700-horsepower 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 “UNKL.”
As part of their SEMA offensive, the Ringbrothers’ latest concoction was built as a tribute to the uncle of owners, Mike and Jim Ring, who developed a close relationship with him due to their passion for cars. It also happens to be the first Mustang Mach 1 build to come from the firm’s Spring Green, Wisconsin-based shop.
June 28, 2018
"There was only one answer for Erlend, creator of the brilliant automotive YouTube channel ‘The Silent D Motor Show’."
January 19, 2017
"Ringbrothers, a Wisconsin hot-rod shop founded by Jim and Mike Ring, has a reputation for standing the SEMA show on its ear with stunningly designed and meticulously crafted creations."
January 18, 2017
"Fans of first generation Camaros fall into two groups: Those who prefer numbers matching originals, and the others who see the beautiful design as a starting point for something wild."