Whenever a classic vehicle emerges from the Ringbrothers garage, you can expect it to take on a completely new identity. Sure, a Ford Mustang Fastback will always have its proponents, especially within the “all-original” automotive community. While the 1967 model that you see here might not sit well with the purists out there, it does have its own inherent appeal.
The Ringbrothers Mustang “Copperback” was first introduced as a specialized build over four years ago and was subsequently returned to the shop to obtain a suite of new upgrades. After being outfitted with its new components, the car was supplied to its new owner in May 2020, and now, it’s being listed for sale via Bring A Trailer’s Premium service. Future buyers will be able to take solace in the fact that the car has been impeccably kept, retaining its Copper Burnt Orange Metallic paint, custom brown/black leather interior, and a fuel-injected Roush Performance 427ci V8 engine accented by a Dart Iron Eagle block and aluminum cylinder heads. Below its immaculate, machine-billeted bodywork, an Alston Chassisworks Total Control front suspension setup, two-piece slotted/drilled rotors, and a Tremec five-speed manual transmission round out the vehicle’s plentiful upgrades. We’ve only skimmed the surface of the 1967 Ford Mustang, so head over to BaT’s auction page — where the car is currently listed for $125,000 — for more information.
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