The body of this Mustang was cut in length and widened by 2.5 cm – Auto-Motor

Basically, it looks like a 1964 Ford Mustang convertible was the starting point for the Ringbrothers workshop’s latest work called Caged, but in reality it is a completely unique construction. It all started with ordering a chassis from a workshop called the Roadster Shop, on which a new body was then welded – i.e. the structure became self-supporting – but for the sake of order, this body was extended by 2.5 cm in length and width to match the imagined proportions.

The shiny decorations of the body are not chromed, but made of titanium, the rims are unique, manufactured by EVOD Industries, the front 18X9 inch 245/40, the rear 18X11 inch 285/40 Continental tires. The Baer braking system uses 14-inch discs front and rear with 6-piston calipers, and the suspension uses both Penske Racing struts and Corvette parts.

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A 5.0-liter V8 aspirated engine made by Ford Performance was installed in the engine compartment, which is connected to a 10-speed automatic transmission – because of this, a wide transmission tunnel had to be made – Flowmaster supplied the unique exhaust system made of stainless steel. A digital indicator informs the driver in the classic instrument panel, and the air conditioner is a modern piece. The Ringbrothers workshop put the Caged car on wheels in 4,200 working hours.


Source: Autó-Motor by www.automotor.hu.

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