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Ring Brothers 1970 Ford Mustang "Dragon" - Click above for high-res image gallery

One of our favorite parts of SEMA every year is seeing the Ring Brothers' latest creations, and they certainly didn't disappoint this time around. The Wisconsin-based company brought out a custom 1970 Ford Mustang fastback that is one of the most stunning pony cars we've ever seen.

The car, nicknamed "Dragon," features a Roush 427 IR V8 crate motor, five-speed Tremec transmission, Forgeline three-piece wheels, Flowmaster exhaust and a custom interior done by Upholstery Unlimited. The best part of the car, though, are the little details. For instance, the four point racing seat belts are held in place by a custom made billet jutting out from the rear seats, and many of the emblems and logos have been custom fabricated aluminum or carbon fiber. There isn't a single part of the car that hasn't been touched by the Ring Brothers' magical hands, and the results are nothing short of impressive.


Motor & Transmission By John Kuiper Race Engines.
Suspension & Brakes By Ron Missian Motor Sports.
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