This highly-custom gem is currently up for grabs.
Known for their incredible builds put on display every year during the massive SEMA show in Las Vegas are Mike and Jim Ring, aka the Ringbrothers. One of their incredible builds includes this 1967 Ford Mustang restomod nicknamed "Copperback" that is up for grabs. Currently, the car resides with Marc Shiliro, owner of MS Classic Cars in Seekonk, Massachusetts.
Before the Ringbrothers got their hands on the car and gave it the ultimate restomod treatment, it started life as an original '67 Ford Mustang fastback. The stunning shade of Copper Burnt Orange Metallic is sprayed over carbon fiber body panels. Over 70 billet aluminum machined parts can be found on the build, and a set of 19-inch iForged alloy wheels sit on all four corners. Even more, the exterior features a Gemini Technology Systems carbon fiber composite hood and trunk where 400 hours worth of labor were spent alone. We can only imagine how much time was spent on this entire '67 Mustang build. The door handles were "shaved" to give the body a smoother appearance, and the entire lower valence has been modified.
Under the hood of this custom pony is a powerful Roush Performance 427-cubic-inch (7.0-liter) V8 engine that generates 560-horsepower. A Tremec 5-speed manual transmission sends power down to the rear wheels by twisting a Ford Currie 9-inch POSI rear end. Although packed full of power, the ride stays smooth thanks to a Chris Alston Chassisworks Total Control front end and Ridetech adjustable coil-over shocks all the way around.
Behind the doors is an immaculate interior complete with custom black and brown upholstery. Recaro bucket seats were bolted down on the inside with Schroth 4-point seat belts for safety. The interior was given the treatment about four years ago when the Ringbrothers customized the car for the second time.
The current owner Marc Shiliro has this custom Mustang shining bright with a recent detail, and the car was just given $2,748.23 worth of servicing. This copper gem is ready to roll.
The car currently sits at $135,000 with 7 days still left to bid.