The folks at Ringbrothers have an uncanny knack for taking iconic vehicles and imbuing them with impressive new features, all while retaining the spirit of the donor car. Time and time again, they’ve proven their mastery. So it should come as no surprise that they’ve kept that streak alive with their latest release, a 1971 Chevrolet K-5 Blazer named ‘Seaker.’
With such a burly body, this SUV needs a big power plant — and Ringbrothers delivered with a 430-horsepower LS3 crate and Holley Fuel System engine under the hood, mated to a Flowmaster exhaust. It also boasts all-leather upholstery and accents, a 1″ lift to accommodate new Circle Racing wheels and all-terrain tires, and specialty “Brazilian Smoke” laser-straight sheet metal interior body panels. As we’ve come to expect from these custom builders, this 4×4 is a masterpiece from tip to tail.
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