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. Check out all of the car's details in the gallery below.

Photos copyright ©2010 Drew Phillips / AOL

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