Ringbrothers to bring two 1969MY restomods to the Las-Vegas fair
The classical car restoration crew over at Ringbrothers has finished working on a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang Mach 1. Both cars will be exhibited at this year’s SEMA show in Las-Vegas. In the meantime, though, let us take a closer look.
The vintage Camaro depicted here is called Valkyrja. According to the tuner, it gets wider fenders and wheelbase, a custom powertrain based on the 6.8-liter Wegner LS gasoline engine, two spoilers, a bulging hood cover, and five-spoke wheels. That said, the list is likely far from complete.
The restored Ford Mustang Mach 1 is nicknamed ‘Unkl’ and comes driven by a humongous John Kaase Boss Nine engine with more than 8.5 liters of displacement and 800+ hp (600+ kW) at the crank. Like the Camaro, it also sports a bold and perhaps even over-the-top body kit, new wheels and a blue racecar livery with yellow accents.
This year’s SEMA will feature another restomod built by Ringbrothers three years ago: the unique Cadillac Madam X.
Editor Andrew Raspopov