2013 Ford Mustang by Ringbrothers review and pictures

Posted on Friday, 8 November 2013 , 10:11:00 byDan

Filed under FordAmericanTuningSEMASupercars

Ford Mustang by Ringbrothers

Born with fuel running through their veins and a passion for building innovative Street Machines, Ringbrothers is proud to offer a complete line of industry leading parts. Developed through a meticulous design and engineering process, their parts are created and machined to ensure high-quality results in every product. Attention to detail is what defines everything they create-quality, durability, innovation and originality. These are the key words found in the Ford Mustang Blizzard which Ringbrothers have just presented at SEMA in Las Vegas.


Ringbrothers cover the mighty 1965 Ford Mustang is white paint and they place the “Blizzard” moniker to better represent the brilliant white paint that dresses the vehicle. The oldie but goldie vehicle is powered by an upgraded 351-based V8 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series-style engine by Wegner Motorsports. This produces 710 bhp (529 kW). It works together with a Holley carburetor and Flowmaster mufflers with cooling coming from a Be Cool radiator and fan setup. Power is sent to the wheels via a five-speed Bowler manual gearbox and a John's Industry differential.


Ringbrothers have managed to introduce the most powerful custom Mustang fastbacks to ever hit the SEMA show floor. The Ford rides on a set of HRE 560R forged alloys wearing 265 front / 325 rear Nitto Invo tires. These are stopped by six-piston Baer calipers. The car is actually setup to handle as well as the Stock Cars that inspired its engine thanks to a Detroit Speed & Engineering front coilover and rear Quadralink suspension with AFCO shocks and DSE sway bars. The pony is also equipped with carbon fiber elements such as the side scoops, the hood, the roof, the bumper and deck lid. The inside also brings some modern things to the retro vehicle. Ringbrothers perfectly mix the old and the new in this project which is amazing.