The world-popular Ringbrothers firm is coming back to the SEMA Show, disclosing with a 1965 Ford Mustang convertible named “Ballistic.” Featuring a supercharged, 5.8-liter V8 acquired from a late-demonstrate Shelby GT500 Mustang.
Ringbrothers has an interesting style that can mix great and modern while making their vehicles outwardly staggering and novel. The Ballistic Mustang is the same with the exception of it demonstrates a marginally more quelled rendition of the siblings’ style of modification.
The Best Retro Modded Mustang
Numerous auto fan set out to state that the “Ballistic” wide body 1965 Mustang unquestionably is one of the most sweltering retro-modded exemplary Mustangs on the planet. The delightful BASF “Blu By U” paintwork highlights the great styling, mixing the points of the ‘stang flawlessly all through. The back decklid is finished with a custom carbon fiber and billet trunk gear rack adding another tribute to the original vehicle.
Mustang with Real Muscle
On the engine side, much has transformed from the stock mustang. It got a supercharged 5.8-liter V-8 from a GT500 which is mated to a Bowler Tremec T-56 Magnum 6-speed transmission. A carbon fiber QA1 driveshaft conveys the new motor’s energy and torque to the John’s Industries Ford 9″ backside.
Since this is a convertible, the interior design needs full custom consideration; despite the fact that we have come to acknowledge no less from Ringbrothers. The seats by Upholstery Unlimited give a crisp look on the great bronco inside outline by keeping things basic with dark leather and little blue accents.
The dash is basic and level emphasizing just the Classic Instruments custom checks and manly billet columns delineating the Pioneer touchscreen. The Ballistic Mustang conveys this matte billet look everywhere throughout the car from the shifter and inside entryway accents to the hood pivots and turn signal bezels.
All Carbon Fiber Body
The all carbon fiber body sits on chassis and suspension from Detroit Speed Inc. and spins a set of awesome HRE wheels. Aside from the racing-inspired lower grill and hood scoop reminiscent of an original GT350R the original body lines and features appear unchanged.
It’s one thing for a customizer to toss some new parts onto an exemplary car yet totally extraordinary to mix unique and present-day styles such that influence the group of onlookers to think this is the way the car was dependably intended to look.