Donald Farr
Former Editor, Mustang Monthly
November 6, 2013

The aisles around the Global Finishing Solution's booth at the SEMA Show were completely blocked as show goers crammed in tight for a closer view of the unveiling of the Ringbrothers new Blizzard '65 Mustang. As they have for the past several years, Jim and Mike Ring made big news at SEMA with their latest Mustang creation, this one powered by a NASCAR engine.

Named Blizzard for its brilliant white paint, the '65 Mustang showcases the Ringbrothers' traditional attention to detail and creativity, which includes custom carbon-fiber roof, hood, deck lid, bumper, and side scoops. Power comes from a highly modified 351-based, 427 cubic-inch engine built by Wegner Motorsports to produce 710 horsepower.

Other mods include Detroit Speeds' front coil-over and Quadralink rear suspension systems, HTE forged wheels with Nitto tires, Baer brakes, and custom interior with Recaro seats.

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