This Beastly 1965 Mustang May Be The Craziest Classic At SEMA

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With over 950 hp it's easy to see why.

Ringbrothers always bring some of the best vehicles to SEMA. This year, the builders brought its latest creation and it is truly breathtaking. The 1965 Ford Mustang named "Espionage" has received the custom treatment with new mechanical components and a bespoke body. The Mustang's exterior has been widened by two inches and utilizes lightweight carbon fiber that's been finished in "Spy Green." To match the Mustang's incredible new look, Ringborthers placed an enormous engine under the vehicle's hood.

The muscle car comes with a 7.0-liter LS7 V8 engine from the current iteration of the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. The motor's paired to a Whipple supercharger system for an insane total of 959 hp and 858 lb-ft of torque. The power is put down through a six-speed Tremec T56 transmission and the rear wheels. To keep the muscle car on the road, the vehicle has 14-inch disc brakes with large calipers at each corner. There's also a set of forged HRE wheels with Nitto Invo tires. When asked about the car Jim Ring stated: "When Mike and I build a car, we always try and come up with something that nobody's ever seen before and I think that the work we've done on 'Espionage' really qualifies that statement."

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