We caught up with a few projects from Ringbrothers at SEMA this year: a classic Ford Mustang body rendered in carbon fiber, and a De Tomaso Pantera-based concept that made us swoon.

It's with good timing then, that our friends at Petrolicious have uploaded their newest, well-crafted mini-documentary to the expansive airwaves of the Internet. Here, we meet the brothers Ring in person – Mike and Jim – and see how they've lent they're passion for craftsmanship to their business, along with their surname. A 1964 Ford Fairlane dubbed "Afterburner" and a 1965 Mustang called "Producer" star in this show.

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      this is f* amazing
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      Not even close to long enough... More please.
      Tony Akinremi
      • 1 Year Ago
      That Mustang. Wow!!! d:-)
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      These guys are amazing! You have to stop the video many times to take in all the small details that make their cars so incredible! That is some next level craftsmanship right there!
      Brat Bratton
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      these cars are astoundingly rad...I will be hoping to finance a Ringbrothers Torino..

      • 1 Year Ago
      Hey finally, some american cars on petrolicious!
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      They have taste, skills, craftsmanship, but more important, a singular honest vision of their work. No one can compete with them because they don't compete. They just execute their ideas and vision 100% without compromise. That is pure art; mechanical beauty, I don't know how to describe their work. Amazing. Of course, this video (and I love petrolicious) is far too small a sampling. Bravo.
      • 1 Year Ago
      wow great looking cars
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      Wow! These guys are on another planet entirely. Best thing i've seen in a while.
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