Ringbrothers is gearing up to unveil four custom builds at November’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
The first vehicle built by the company is a 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer known as ‘Bully.’ It has been equipped with a custom LS3 V8 built by Wegner Motorsports that churns out an extraordinary 1,200 hp. Ringbrothers notes that it also features a triangulated four-link suspension system with off-road racing coilovers and a fully custom interior.
The second is known as ‘Strode’ and takes the form of a Chevrolet Camaro. It features a widened carbon fiber body and an extended wheelbase and is driven by a Wegner Motorsports-built LS3 topped with a 2.9-liter Whipple supercharger. It will deliver a cool 1,000 hp and be finished in a simple shade of Ghost White.
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Next is ‘Patriarc’, a 1969 Ford Mustang that has apparently been “built to play in the wind” with an aerodynamic design. Ringbrothers says it is equipped with a Ford Performance Aluminator 5.2 XS V8 engine coupled to a six-speed manual transmission and a fully bespoke interior.
Last but not least is a 1948 Chevrolet Pickup known as ‘Enyo.’ It features a customized body that has been narrowed, lengthened, and chopped and comes complete with a host of carbon fiber components, including a single-piece carbon fiber belly pan. The company has also equipped it with cantilevered independent suspension at all four corners, as well as a big-block marine racing engine with 1,000 hp. Ringbrothers describes it as its “most extreme built yet,” noting that it took more than 10,000 hours to bring to life.