This week renowned Spring Green, Wisconsin-based custom car builders Ringbrothers previewed their centerpiece for the 2015 SEMA show – a near-1000 horsepower carbon fiber bodied Mustang fastback. That’s not the only extra-special SEMA car they had hiding up their sleeve, though, today unveiling a sketch of a widebody 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback the company built in conjunction with Flowmaster.
Like the all carbon Mustang, we’ll have to wait until SEMA rolls around in November to see the actual widebody 1965 Mustang. Ringbrothers’ have so far only released a sketch of the car, which it has nicknamed ‘SPLITR’, but between the tri-tone body and modern-looking wheels and body components, we so far like what we see.
Ringbrothers says the Mustang is “powered by a 427 cubic inch Ford Racing motor with Flowmaster exhaust system,” topped up with Royal Purple fluids. The paint is also a special color called “Ford Race Red,” which should grab showgoers’ attention when the car debuts at Flowmasters’ booth on November 3rd at 10:50 a.m.