640-HP 1961 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II Retromod for SEMA

Ringbrothers Showcases Classic Mustang & Charger Restomods

Ringbrothers, based in Wisconsin, is familiar for their exciting displays and they have once again proven themselves at the SEMA show with the release of three breathtaking restomods. Among those on view is a 1961 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II, referred to as Paramount, along with a 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible called Uncaged and lastly, a 1969 Dodge Charger labelled Tusk.

Ringbrothers generally specializes in composing restomods from classic muscle vehicles, thus the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II is this trio’s most compelling project. The vintage luxurious sedan appears quite uniform on the exterior, aside from custom-made emblems and 18-inch wheels inclusive of self-stabilizing core caps.

Underneath the inviting sleek exterior of the ’66 Chevelle lies a hidden potency. Ringbrothers have slipped in a supercharged 6.2 litre LT4 V8 engine, affording 640 horses and 635 pound-feet of torque with custom valve covers representing Rolls-Royce. The monstrous power vigorousness is managed by Bowler’s Tru-Street 10-speed automatic transmission and a carbon fiber driveshaft.

This Silver Cloud II glides along a personalized chassis boasting 10-gauge, boxed frame rails. Its updated suspension has been upgraded with Fox RS SV coilovers plus a four-bar rear configuration.

Retaining a semblance to the initial machine, Ringbrothers included a starlight headliner with over one thousand LEDs. This is much like what Rolls-Royce provides its current pedigrees of vehicles.

This latest promotional video below entails Ringbrothers as they contrast the Paramount against a 2023 Rolls-Royce Phantom.

2023 Rolls-Royce Phantom Vs. Ringbrothers 1961 Rolls-Royce "PARAMOUNT "The Bet"

Ringbrothers’ 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible seems to be mostly original, though the wheel badges are actually the lone stock element present in this Uncaged design. The look has been altered through widening the body by two inches and improving the alignment of the front bumper with the fascia. Subsequently, a custom unibody was built beneath the surface.

Force is produced by a top of the line Ford Performance 5.0-liter Coyote V8 crate motor, bringing about 460 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque. The gearbox is supplied as a distinct item from Blue Oval’s 10R80 10-speed programmed transmission.

Ringbrothers offer a guided glimpse of their latest creation, Uncaged, in the below-featured video.

FIRST LOOK: Ringbrothers 1965 Ford Mustang "UNCAGED" Revealed!

To finish off the build, Ringbrothers performs further enhancements on the ’69 Dodge Charger. The modifications include beefing up the suspension with a Heidts four-link system and swapping out the brakes for six-piston Wilwood discs. Everything is tucked underneath an added wide body kit. With these changes, this Charger can make 1,000 hp from its supercharged 7.0-litre Hellephant engine. This custom firewall has pushed the big mill backward by 2.5 inches, improving its weight distribution. To deliver all this power to the rear wheels, Ringbrothers replaced the stock transmission with a Bowler Tremec six-speed manual paired with a carbon fibre driveshaft. On top of all of that, the ’69 Charger receives a Heidts four-link suspension as well as six-piston Wilwood disc brakes. All of these modifications are wrapped in a widebody kit.

Ringbrothers is known for creating some truly unique pieces for Tusk, like the two-piece carbon-fiber hood with a set of rear-facing scoops. The front fascia and chin spoiler are also one-of-a-kind. In addition, the extended quarter panel end caps at the rear add a special touch. The body is finished in BASF Glasurit’s “Black to the Future” shade, with gold flourishes providing a vibrant accent.

Source: Ringbrothers

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