World renowned car builders the Ringbrothers are based in the small town of Spring Green, Wisconsin. However that doesn’t stop them for preparing for its biggest year to date at the SEMA Show. For 2017 they are bringing an eclectic collection of cars representing Chevrolet, Cadillac, Ford, and Winnebago. In addition to these they will be introducing the world to its three newest builds.
The first Ringbrothers build that will be unveiled at the 2016 SEMA Show is one of the most daring projects the boys from Spring Green have ever undertaken. Built for Wes Rydell and his wife Vivian, the 1948 Cadillac Series V fastback named “Madam V” represents a monumental feat of engineering. Ringbrothers customized the 1948 Cadillac’s steel body and utilized two brand new 2016 ATS-V Cadillacs to create a one-of-a-kind Cadillac that melds vintage with modern.
The SEMA show is known as Camaro heaven, “G-Code” is only the second 1969 the Rings have ever built. Equipped with a Wegner Whipple supercharged LS3 under the hood, this Camaro is by far the fastest and most powerful Chevy the Rings have ever built. Mike and Jim took the familiar lines of the second generation Camaro and thoroughly reworked them. The Rings also installed an unforeseen amount of billet products on the car that make the ’69 stand apart from the rest.
While the Ringbrothers have built a stable full of fastback Mustangs, they had yet to take on a convertible. However that has changed with the 1965 widebody Mustang convertible “Ballistic” which is powered by a supercharged 5.8 liter Ford V8 engine that was taken from a late model GT500. The crew at Ringbrothers put countless hours on body work and finishing the car in the dazzling BASF Glasurit custom hue “Blu by U,” to make the car not only show ready, but equipped to rule the road.
“The World’s Fastest Winnebago,” the 1972 “Happy Camper” Winnebago Brave will also make its first SEMA appearance this year. The 900+ horsepower RV will be on display with its doors open for show goers to explore its tikki lounge and WWII Bomber-inspired, party-ready interior.
“SEMA is such a big deal for us every year,” said Jim Ring. “We love having the chance to show the world all the hard work we put into these projects all year long and it’s great to see all of our friends and fans.” “We’re excited to debut these three new cars at the show,” Mike Ring added, “and we know everyone at the show will get a real kick out of the Winnebago. It’s going to be a great week.”