Without precedent for its history, widely acclaimed custom shop Ringbrothers has appeared with an affectionately reestablished pickup. "Clem 101," a Ford F100 with broad body alterations, dazzling chrome work and recently built Ringbrothers billet extras.
Ringbrothers calls it Clem 101 and like huge numbers of Ringbrothers' different modifications, the 1956 F-100 mixes present-day innovation and design with outdated looks that is still looks stunning.
Build from Scratch
The maker or should I say the custom artisan says the vehicle rides on a boxed casing worked without any preparation and introduced with the latest suspension that incorporates RideTech coilovers, a 4-interface raise setup, and a custom bar.
The truck held its unique 1954 grille, which is supplemented by changed front and back guards that component chrome work performed by Advanced Plating. Its entryways have likewise been altered with adjusted corners and hand-shaped running board now stretch out from the front to back bumper.
In the engine, Ringbrothers has stuffed a 5.0-liter "Coyote" V-8. The motor highlights a Ford Racing fuel infusion framework and Flowmaster depletes and is the reason behind for 415 horsepower.
It's matched with a 4-speed programmed transmission and puts energy to the back wheels by means of a John's Industries 9.0-inch backside. Joined at each corner are HRE Vintage Series 545 manufactured wheels housing powerful Baer brakes and wrapped in Nitto tires.
Inside, the cabin is equipped with modern conveniences like a Kicker stereo system and a plush custom interior by Upholstery Unlimited. Other highlights include gauges from Classic Instruments and a Vintage Air Gen IV Magnum climate control system.
At the point when all is said and done, Ringbrothers' 1956 Ford F-100 Clem 101 is one ravishing resto-mod. One we're acclimated to seeing from them. For more information on the 1956 Ford F100 "Clem 101" truck, Ringbrothers, visit their official site here.