Ringbrothers' Top 10 Badass Builds that Rule the Streets

Ringbrothers, the dynamic duo of automotive wizardry, Jim and Mike Ring, have been tearing up the asphalt and redefining automotive excellence with their mind-blowing custom builds. These guys don't just build cars; they create masterpieces that scream power, style, and pure badassery. Let's dive into the smokin' hot list of Ringbrothers' top 10 builds that have left tire marks on the automotive landscape.
  1. 1972 AMC Javelin "Defiant!" - Rebel with a Cause Ringbrothers didn't just revive the 1972 AMC Javelin; they kicked it into overdrive with the "Defiant!" A Wegner Motorsports 6.2L Hemi engine growls under the hood, unleashing a symphony of horsepower. It's a rebellious take on a classic, turning heads with its aggressive exterior and a vintage-meets-modern interior that'll make your heart race.

  2. 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle "Recoil" - Muscle on Steroids The '66 Chevelle "Recoil" is a muscle car on steroids. Packing an LS7 engine with a jaw-dropping 980 horsepower, this beast is a visual stunner with carbon fiber accents, custom details, and a cabin that marries comfort and performance. It's not just a car; it's a roaring statement of automotive dominance.

  3. 1971 De Tomaso Pantera "ADRNLN" - Italian Elegance, American Muscle A fusion of Italian elegance and American muscle, the "ADRNLN" Pantera is a breathtaking reimagination. Powered by a Wegner Motorsports LS3 engine, its carbon fiber-clad exterior turns heads while the luxurious interior offers a driving experience like no other. It's the epitome of automotive artistry and performance engineering.

  4. 1965 Ford Mustang "Producer" - Vintage Vibes, Modern Muscle The '65 Mustang "Producer" is a captivating blend of vintage charm and modern power. With a 427-cubic inch V8 engine, it pays homage to its heritage with subtle exterior modifications. Inside, it's a perfect fusion of classic aesthetics and contemporary comfort, proving that it's more than just a car; it's a cultural icon reimagined.

  5. 1969 Chevrolet Camaro "Valkyrja" - Norse Power Unleashed Named after the Norse Valkyries, the '69 Camaro "Valkyrja" seamlessly blends classic aesthetics with contemporary performance. Powered by a Wegner Motorsports LS3 engine, it's a visual symphony with a custom exterior and a cabin that combines luxury and performance. This Camaro is a shining star in the world of custom builds.

  6. 1969 Chevrolet Camaro "G-Code" - Timeless Design, Modern Muscle The '69 Camaro "G-Code" is a harmonious blend of timeless design and cutting-edge performance. With a formidable 416-cubic inch Wegner Motorsports LS3 engine, its exterior features carefully crafted carbon fiber accents, redefining the iconic Camaro silhouette. The interior is a luxurious haven, showcasing Ringbrothers' dedication to automotive passion and expertise.

  7. 1948 Loadmaster Super Truck "ENYO" - Nostalgia Meets Modern Muscle The ENYO 1948 Loadmaster Super Truck is a remarkable fusion of vintage aesthetics and contemporary power. With a modern LS3 engine under the hood, carbon fiber body panels, and a meticulous attention to detail, it's a symbol of Ringbrothers' ingenuity. This Super Truck isn't just a restoration; it's a celebration of automotive evolution.

  8. 1956 Ford F100 "CLEM 101" - Classic Charm, Unleashed Power The CLEM 101 1956 Ford F100 pays homage to its classic predecessor while pushing the boundaries of performance and style. With a modern 415-cubic inch Wegner Motorsports LS3 engine, custom-machined elements, and carbon fiber accents, it's a true work of automotive art. Inside, it seamlessly blends comfort and functionality, proving that it's not just a truck; it's a statement.

  9. 1969 Dodge Charger "DEFECTOR" - Muscle Resurrected The DEFECTOR 1969 Dodge Charger is a bold testament to the fusion of classic muscle car allure and cutting-edge modern performance. With a 6.4L Hemi V8 engine, custom-designed carbon fiber body panels, and a sleek paint job, it's a striking blend of nostalgia and innovation. Inside, the custom interior seamlessly merges classic design elements with modern comfort, making it a rebellion against the ordinary.

  10. 1972 Brave "HAPPY CAMPER" - Winnebago's Wild Side The Happy Camper Winnebago is Ringbrothers' unique creation that merges classic Winnebago charm with their distinctive touch of automotive artistry. Featuring a reliable LS3 engine, it seamlessly integrates classic Winnebago aesthetics with contemporary design elements. Inside, it's a haven of luxury and functionality, symbolizing Ringbrothers' commitment to pushing the boundaries of custom car building and reimagining classic campers for a new era.

    These Ringbrothers builds aren't just cars; they're automotive symphonies that scream power, style, and innovation. With each creation, Jim and Mike Ring solidify their place as the maestros of custom car building, leaving an indelible mark on the asphalt. As we eagerly await their next masterpiece, these builds stand as enduring testaments to the scorching hot legacy of Ringbrothers in the world of hot rods.