Bully, Strode, Patriarc, and Enyo are the names of the high-horsepower creations.
Most aftermarket tuners and custom shops tend to specialize in one particular car or one particular brand, but the team at Ringbrothers shows no such bias in its builds. We've seen the outfit create magic with Chevrolet Blazers, stuff Hellcat engines into classic Dodges, and modernize first-generation Mustangs. Not only does the company work on a large variety of different machines, but each of these builds is finished beautifully, with masterful attention to detail. And now we've got four new creations to look forward to at SEMA 2022 (November 1-4). The Ringbrothers announced today that it will be bringing a Camaro, a Blazer, a 1948 Chevy pickup, and a Mustang to the show, teasing us with a few details of what to expect from each build.
The first build is called "Bully" and is a 1972 K5 Blazer that is fitted with big tires and a triangulated four-link suspension system with off-road racing coilovers and a "fully custom bespoke interior." Under the hood, a supercharged Wegner Motorsports-built LS3 engine provides 1,200 horsepower, and as the teaser image reveals, it wears that badge with pride. The covers will be taken off this build at the HRIA booth #23295 on Thursday, November 1, at 10 AM.
An hour later, at Keystone booth #21249, "Strode" will be unveiled. This is a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro with a wide body made of carbon fiber and an extended wheelbase. Another Wegner Motorsports LS3 is fitted here, with a 2.9-liter Whipple supercharger helping produce 1,000 hp. Ghost White paint will pay homage to Strode's origins, says the company.
"Patriarc" is a 1969 Ford Mustang with a high-revving engine. It's a car "built to play in the wind, minimizing rear-end drag with groundbreaking aerodynamic innovation," and power will come from a Ford Performance Aluminator 5.2 XS engine that is mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Again, a custom interior will feature. Patriarc will be unveiled half an hour after Strode at 11:30 at the Centerforce booth #23813.
Finally, "Enyo" is a 1948 Chevy pickup that has had its original steel cab narrowed, lengthened, chopped, and wedge cut. The body features plenty of carbon fiber, including a single-piece carbon fiber belly pan. If that's not impressive enough, cantilevered suspension at each corner and a 1,000-hp big-block marine racing engine should grab your attention. Hailed as Ringbrothers' most extreme build yet, you want to be at the Mothers booth #22357 at 2 PM to see this revealed.