• Nov 4, 2010
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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      • 4 Years Ago
      Love how people sit back in judge the car behind a computer screen. More than like you can not even operate an adjustable wrench yet you knock a car that took two years to build. The workmanship is incredible every seam is perfect the paint color and appliction is perfect.

      This car is one of the most beautiful Mustangs I have ever seen up close. The Ring Brothers are true artist.
      • 4 Years Ago
      i miss my 70. the letters were falling off the back so rather than replace them i had a custom tag "MUSAG70"
      that was the 1st car i really dismantled, all i needed was a 9/16 and a phillips
      • 4 Years Ago
      I think its absolutely stunning myself... I'm always a fan of well put together restomods and have a great deal of respect for the designers themselves... It takes not only skill and talent to put something like that together but also big gonads for taking an already amazing piece of muscle car history and trying to make it equal to or better than the original. You fail, you're a laughing stock, you succeed, and you're on cloud nine... I think this designer is on cloud nine. Beautiful car indeed.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Nice exterior. Awful, unimaginative interior.
      • 4 Years Ago
      DROOOLLLLL
      • 4 Years Ago
      That thing has about as much in common with a 1970 Mustang as a Mango. Epic Fail.
      • 4 Years Ago
      @fpb300


      Much better....took a quick look and it's nice. Not thrilled about the colour. At least no window panel on the hood....wonder where they got that idea. Or how's about the cheap looking engine cover......"cough".....Camaro. Now, those exhaust tips along with the lower bumper come pretty close to the Camaro concept. I could go on and on.....oh1 where was I......"cut and paste"
      • 4 Years Ago
      Ruined a perfectly designed car. The interior is the worst part...a '70 Stang's interior is one of the most simple and beautiful in all of cardom and they made it look like a Corolla. TWO THUMBS DOWN!!
        • 4 Years Ago
        +1...........watch what you say or else you'll get a poor rating...... ;)
      • 4 Years Ago
      This stang is cool but the king of resto-mods this year is without a doubt the RTR mustang with the coyote 5.0 with ITB's poking through the hood. The engine presentation on this car is realllly nice though. So is interior.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Sorry but, I don't see what you're impressed with. I can say with at least some degree of certainty that the execution of the project is good but as far as how I "like" the overall outcome, I have to say I don't like it at all.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I am on the fence with this one. The quality of the work is excellent, but I think in doing such an extensive restomod, a lot of the classic character gets lost. Don't get me wrong, I would take it if the keys were dropped in my hand, but a more subtle restomod would have been better IMHO.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I couldn't agree more. I'll admit I'm not a huge fan of most of their work, but this is arguably my least favorite (their Camaro is close). I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but if it were me I'd make it more "resto" and less "mod," on the exterior at least. At least change up the wheels.
        • 4 Years Ago
        One of the best restomods or iteration of the Mustang is the SN65 by the Julian brothers.

        http://www.sn65.com/SN65%20story.htm
      • 4 Years Ago
      wow that interior is gorgeous!!! Simple and retro...yet modern!! Oh man I would love to own this pony.
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