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SEMA 2011: Ring Brothers 1965 Mustang “Producer”

By - November 2, 2011 – 5:35 pmOne Comment | 37,026 views

Ring Brothers 1965 Mustang "Producer"

The Ring Brothers consistently bring amazing cars to SEMA every year. Last year they showed off the 1970 Mustang “Dragon” and a 1966 Mustang race car, each of which impressed in their own way. For 2011 they have brought yet another Mustang, a 1965 Mustang Fastback nicknamed the “Producer”. The car certainly does produce – 740 horsepower from the 351/427 strocker V8 built by Keith Craft that uses and Edelbrock Super Victor 4 barrel intake, Holley 75 HP carbureator and a Crane cam, roller rockers and distributor. The car also features a Tremec T56 6-speed transmission, Baer brakes, Forgeline 3-piece 18-inch wheels and a fully custom interior with a chromoly roll cage. The exterior is perhaps the most impressive part of the car, with fenders widened four inches, custom orange BASF paint and a carbon fiber roof and hood.

You can see a full list of features and a photo gallery of the Ring Brothers 1965 Mustang “Producer” below.

Powertrain:

  • Keith Craft 351/427 stroker V8 with 740 horsepower
  • Edelbrock Super Victor 4 barrel intake
  • Holley 75 HP carburetor
  • Crane cam, roller rockers and distributor
  • Formula One oil cooler
  • Flowmaster 44 series mufflers
  • Tremec T56 6-speed transmission

Chassis:

  • AFCO shocks
  • Front tubular a-arms
  • Watts link rear suspension
  • Baer brakes
  • Hawk brake pads

Wheels & Tires:

  • Forgeline 3-piece wheels
  • Michelin Pilot Sport tires, 315/30ZR18 front, 345/30ZR19 rear

Exterior:

  • BASF Glasurit 90 Line waterborne paint
  • Custom graphics
  • Body widened 4 inches
  • Extended rockers
  • Carbon fiber roof and hood
  • Ring Brothers billet hood hinges, door handles, hood pins, taillight bezels

Interior:

  • Full custom interior
  • One-off dash
  • 4130 chromoly full roll cage

Photos © 2011 MustangsDaily.com




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