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1965 Ford Mustang "Producer" by Ring Brothers

The Ring Brothers are staples of SEMA in large part for the many basic and restored Ford Mustangs they’ve shown above the previous ages. This calendar year, the dynamic tuning firm is back using a 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback known as the "Producer".

Dressed in a BASF Glasurit 90 Line Waterborne Paint BASF paint finish, the "Producer" was restyled with a quantity of Ring Brothers’ very own equipment, which include the hood pins, the doorway handles, as well as the taillight bezels. The traditional Mustang happens with a complete metal chassis with tubular A-arms working as entrance suspension and Watts-link suspension on the rear.

Aesthetically, the "Producer" also helps make use of a fresh, completely personalized wide-body kit that includes of the graphite roof, a graphite hood, prolonged rockers, a 4130 total roll cage, and a collection of 18" (entrance) and 19" (rear) Forgeline 3-piece wheels engrossed in Historical past. Inside of, the "Producer" is dealt with to a one-off dash that has a tailor made inside, particulars of that have still to be uncovered.

The biggest deal with regards to the ’Producer’, while, is what is sleeping below its hood: a Keith Craft 351/427 stroker engine mated to some Tremec T56 six-speed transmission and capable of providing a metal-bending 740 horsepower.

We’ll determine additional on this tuned up traditional once the 2011 SEMA Car Exhibit opens its doors!
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