The 2019 running of the annual SEMA show is nearly upon us, and that means builders and tuners are hyping up their latest creations prior to their big reveals in Las Vegas. Joining in the action is Wisconsin-based shop Ringbrothers, which recently teased its upcoming 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 restomod.
Ringbrothers has a history of bringing some seriously awesome builds to SEMA, and this latest Mustang looks to continue that tradition. Teased in a shadowy rendering image, the new 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 restomod is nicknamed “Unkl,” and looks to be finished in a cerulean shade of blue paint. Naturally, the factory Mustang lines were enhanced with a slew of custom parts. Up front, we find a prominent front chin spoiler, while the hood gets what we can only assume is some pumped-up shaker intake design.
Moving over the to profile, we find big wheels with a multi-spoke construction and low-profile tire, which house sizable yellow brake calipers. A black racing number is painted on the door, following the build’s “unique race-inspired theme.”
In terms of suspension, the Ford Mustang is slammed to the ground, while a custom wide body adds the appropriate girth for the traditional low-and-wide SEMA stance.
As for motivation, the Ford Mustang mounts a 520-cubic-inch Boss V8 engine, as built by Kaase Racing Engines. Rumor has it the ‘eight was tuned to produce upwards of 800 horsepower.
In addition to the high-powered ’69 Stang, Ringbrothers is also bringing a new 1969 Camaro restomod and an updated version of the “Madam V” 1948 Cadillac the shop debuted back in 2016.
The 2019 SEMA show is set to take place in just a few weeks, so stay tuned. When the show does finally kick off next month, the new Ringbrothers Mustang will get its grand entrance at the Flowmaster (Holley) Booth #22559 in the Central Hall on November 5th at 11:30 a.m.