The SEMA Show wouldn’t be the same unless there was at least one model that came from this amazing tuning company out of Wisconsin. Every year we get to be amazed by what the Ringbrothers shows up with at the SEMA Show and want to have some of the features and qualities that we want for the drive in our vehicles that we enjoy every day or every weekend. This team brought three project cars to the SEMA Show for us to admire and enjoy so that we can enjoy what they’ve done once again.
1972 AMC Javelin
Yes, this team decided to take a car that’s from an automaker that no longer exists to make sure they could have a classic look and feel of a car we’ve admired to show off at the show. This car showed up in the Prestone booth and is the first time the Ringbrothers have done an AMC build. This car wears a carbon fiber body, while the power comes from a 6.2-liter Hellcat engine that’s tuned up by Wegner Motorsports to give over 1,000 horsepower thanks to the Whipple 4.5-liter supercharger. This car shows off with HRE wheels and Baer brakes while wearing a gorgeous Jalop Gold paint job for the look.
1969 Dodge Charger
This car represents another first for the Ringbrothers team as a Mopar project. This car took over 4,700 hours of custom bodywork to get the job done and it was shown off at the BASF booth. This car wears a Green on the Other Side paint job, the Dodge Charger chassis that’s been lengthened by three inches even though the body was shortened by two inches. Under the hood is a 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine to offer the power desired for the amazing ride in this gorgeous car.
1956 Ford F-100
The third Ringbrothers car that came to SEMA was a classic truck that wore the nickname “Clem 101.” This truck was given the benefit of the power of the Coyote 5.0-liter V8 engine from the Mustang along with a custom box frame, widened fenders, HRE wheels with Nitto tires, and a paint job that’s called Speedy P Green to give it an impressive look and feel for the drive. This truck looks like it was a lot of fun to build and bring to the show to offer a classic truck.
Ringbrothers has a strong history at the SEMA Show and brought the classics that have a modern look and feel with carbon fiber, supercharged engines, and upgrades to the builds to make our heads turn. This team showed up in a big way and had vehicles at three different locations around the floor to make it possible for us to see what could happen if the right tuning company is able to take a classic model and perform their magic. The only one of the three that was at their own booth was the F-100, but that’s the project that was personal for the team and it showed in the loving touches offered.