~~Episode 12 Ring Brothers 1970 Mustang Dragon Autrestomod.flv
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We were going to bring you BOTH the 1970 Mustang Dragon from the Ring Brothers AND the final on the Xenon bulbs and harness...but Vinnie chose to get sick. OK Vinnie didn't Choose to get sick but he still got sick. SO the halogens as well as hood flexing are next week.
1964 Ford Fairlane Ring Brothers "Afterburner" SEMA 2013
The 1964 Ford Fairlane "Afterburner" from SEMA 2013..The car has been
around a couple of years...but this was the first time I had seen it,,,,Way
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Jim Ring doing a burn out in Ringbrothers' 1965 Mustang, Producer while John Jackons
from NotStockPhotography shoots. Jim's trying to stay in one spot so John
can get a good shoot.
Ford Mustang Reactor
Our hats are off for one of the nicest cars we have ever seen. Watch.
Top Five Secrets To Hose Candy With The Ringbrothers
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It's no secret Ringbrothers produces some cutting-edge vehicles. They're
heroes in the aftermarket world of custom car fabrication and building. The
two are constantly pushing the industry and raising the bar. For them, Hose
Candy, the under hood hose and clamp dress-up company, is their first
choice. It's simple to use and easily installed and Ringbrothers even
discuss their top five Hose Candy secrets. With Hose Candy, you'll never
need to hide unsightly hoses or vacuum lines again.
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clamps" "hose bones" "hose skins" sidewinders "quick couplers"
One wouldn't expect a small Wisconsin town in the middle of the state, to
make much of a distinction on a map, but Spring Green bucks this trend.
First, Frank Lloyd Wright built the local and well-known landmark,
Taliesin, and second, Ringbrothers set up shop. Brothers Mike and Jim Ring
have been building cars together since 1994 and have been making a name for
themselves ever since. These brothers grew up with gasoline in their veins
and have been responsible for creating some of the most talked-about custom
muscle cars of the past few years. We took a look at where they started,
found out what it's like to work together, and took a ride with their '65
Mustang "Producer" and
their '64 Fairlane "Afterburner".
134234 / 1966 Ford Mustang
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Built for a well-known car enthusiast, and never offered for sale, this
strikingly handsome fastback is the direct result of what happens when two
enterprising siblings meticulously animate one of designer Sean Smith's
best creations. Mike and Jim Ring, collectively known as Ringbrothers,
wanted to create a vintage muscle car that pushed the envelope, not only in
looks, but also performance. So, they commissioned Sean Smith Design to
draw up a sizzling '66 fastback, purchased a solid, original car and began
a project that practically redefined the term 'pro-tourer'. The result is
one world class Mustang
that's an exceptionally well-done evolution of Ford's fiercest SCCA
Hoist this Ford's lightweight hood and you'll find 427 cubic inches of
autocross terror. Straight from Keith Craft Performance Engines this
stroked and tuned powerplant pushes stout 10 to 1 compression into a killer
602 horsepower and
an even 600 lb./ft. of pavement-busting torque. And with the help of ARP
bolts, an Eagle crank, Eagle rods, Mahle pistons, and a Comp cam, the big
mill transforms this Mustang from wild to flat-out wicked!
At the top of the Dart Windsor block, a custom Ringbrothers air cleaner
funnels wind into a coated Quick Fuel carburetor that's centered between a
Quick Fuel regulator and an Edelbrock Victor Jr. 351W intake. At the sides
of that intake, Keith Craft Brodix heads hang Scorpion roller rockers
between ornate valve covers and a slick pair of custom Ringbrothers
headers. At the front of those heads, a Crane distributor sequences fire
between American Autowire harnesses and Keith Craft plug wires. And at the
front of that distributor, a cowled Be Cool radiator cycles coolant around
an Edelbrock water pump, Ford Racing timing components, a TCP power
steering pump and two electric puller fans.
Behind that stroker, an American Powertrain-supplied Tremec T56 6-speed
utilizes a Science Friction Street Slayer clutch to produce great bite and
hard launches. Out back, there's a fresh FAB9 rear end that, thanks to big
4.11 gears, keeps the car rolling at optimal RPMs. Up front, custom,
NASCAR-style Woodward steering utilizes relocated arms to provide smooth
turns and quick reflexes. That rack is bolted to a mini-tubbed double A-arm
suspension that's comprised of TCP tubular control arms, fresh VariShock
coilovers, custom shock towers and custom '70 Mustang spindles. Holding the car's
rear end off the ground is a TCP Watt's Link set up that's fitted with a
Ridetech sway bar and two more VariShock coilovers. Stops are supplied by
6-piston Baer Pro Plus calipers that squeeze 14-inch drilled and slotted
rotors. And momentum comes courtesy of 265/35ZR18 and 335/30ZR18 BF
Goodrich G-Force T/As that spin around powdercoated Forgeline WC3s.
Open this Ford's carefully aligned doors and you'll find a tasteful custom
interior that, thanks to skilled stitch work by Upholstery Unlimited, pays
homage to the car's simple, striped down purpose. Firm Recaro Expert M
seats are covered in fine leather hides and fitted with Simpson 4-point
racing harnesses. In front of those seats, a painted and reworked dash
anchors Ringbrothers-branded Classic Instruments gauges behind cool 'bomber
bezels', controls for the car's Vintage Air heat system and a
remote-controlled Alpine CD/DVD/Navigation system. And in front of the
driver, a simple Lecarra steering wheel spins around a tilting Ididit
Stunning to look at, thrilling to drive, and exceptional to show, this Ford
is a state-of-the-art classic that blends timeless design with immaculate
craftsmanship. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more