Ringbrothers have finally unveiled their Ford Mustang Blizzard at SEMA in Las Vegas recently following an announcement made by them in late September this year.
The modified 1965 Mustang gets its “Blizzard” moniker from the brilliant white paint and comes fitted by a retuned 351-based V8 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series-style engine developed by Wegner Motorsports which is able to generate an output of whopping 710 hp (529 kW). It also comes equipped with Holley carburetor and Flowmaster mufflers with cooling coming from a Be Cool radiator and fan setup.
Power is transferred to the rear axle through a five-speed Bowler manual gearbox and a John’s Industry differential. The Ford Mustang Blizzard rides on HRE 560R forged alloy wheels covered in 265 front / 325 rear Nitto Invo tires while the stopping power is provided by six-piston Baer calipers.
Other highlights on the exteriors of the modified model include custom carbon fiber side scoops, hood, roof, bumper and deck lid, as well as a variety of customizations inside the cabin where there Recaro seats and an Alpine sound system with an amplifier.