Ringbrothers tend not to do things by halves. Just look at their latest two creations, on display this week at the SEMA show in Las Vegas.
First is a ’69 Mustang Mach 1 nicknamed “UNKL”, as it pays tribute to Ringbrothers owner’s own uncle. It’s powered by a 520-cubic-inch (that’s 8.5-litres for all you Europeans) Jon Kaase Boss engine making 700 horsepower, which sends its power via a carbon driveshaft to 20-inch HRE wheels, shod with vast 345-section Michelin tyres. A custom stainless steel exhaust makes all the lovely burbly noises, while adjustable coilover suspension and massive brakes mean it ought to handle and stop as well as it goes.
June 28, 2018
"There was only one answer for Erlend, creator of the brilliant automotive YouTube channel ‘The Silent D Motor Show’."
June 12, 2018
Ringbrothers may be world-famous for coachbuilding high-end custom vehicles, but customers also seek us out to work on miscellaneous projects, like this 1963 Volkswagen Double Cab.
January 6, 2017
For our third visit to Mr. Leno's Garage we brought the 1969 G-Code Camaro. G-Code made it's world debut at the 2016 SEMA Show and Jay had a great time driving the nearly 1,000hp Camaro.