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Ring Brothers 1966 Mustang From SEMA Is For Sale

An expensive but awe inspiring example of the breed.

If you’ve ever wondered what a $300,000 1966 Mustang Fastback looks like, this is it. That’s the eBay asking price for this Ring Brothers creation which first broke cover at the 2012 SEMA show. The Wisconsin-based tuners have created some truly incredible pro touring Mustangs in the past, including one that went for $346,000 at Barrett-Jackson earlier this year. They do impressive work with new Mustangs too, but it’s the old ones that are worth the most.

This particular car has been nicknamed “Bailout”, and has a 602-horsepower 427 V8 under the hood bolted to a 6-speed Tremec transmission. The roof is carbon fiber, and a rollcage has been installed. The wheels are Forgeline, and all four corners have a modern coilover suspension setup and six-piston brakes. If this isn’t exactly what you’re looking for, Ring Brothers will doubtless be happy to help you out and build you one to your own specifications. Just be ready to pay for it.

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