/Ringbrothers 1965 Ford Mustang Unveiled at SEMA

Ringbrothers 1965 Ford Mustang Unveiled at SEMA

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We have been intrigued by the first teaser shot Ringbrothers released of their special Mustang project for this year’s SEMA show and the real thing is just as awesome as that drawing. Here we have a restomod Mustang, only it’s better, because they’ve added a touch of motorsport to it as well.

Ringbrothers 1965 Ford Mustang looks classic, but under the bonnet it’s got a Wenger Motorsports 427 NASCAR Sprint V8 engine, pumping out 710 horsepower. It is a proper old-fashioned muscle car with a five-speed manual ‘box. It is just that this muscle car has been on a strict steroid regiment for the past couple of months.

As the engine was gaining muscle, the body was losing fat. Most of the body panels, including the roof, hood and truck, and rocker panels are replaced with carbon fiber. Inside the cabin, lightweight Recaro bucket seats replace the standard units, while an Alpine sound system has been installed to provide good entertainment.

What we love about this car is that on the outside it looks pretty much standard 65 Mustang. That carbon fiber hood scoop and those HRE 560R wheels, wrapped in Nitto tires, are the only telltale signs of this car’s modified character.

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