Though our interests at Coolector HQ don’t lie too heavily into the area of automobiles, it is clearly the case that we come across extraordinary pieces of engineering and design which are simply too good to be ignored and this 1965 Mustang Espionage by Ring Brothers is a prime example of this.
This highly bespoke offering from Wisconsin based brothers, Jim & Mike Ring, really does boast a jaw-dropping aesthetic that has blown our tiny minds here at Coolector HQ. The sublime construction makes use of carbon fibre within the design and this is something that elevates it considerably from a visual point of view and the automotive loving brothers have also made all manner of additional tinkerings to this classic machine to produce some out of this world from a visual and performance perspective.
With a paint colour of the painfully cool sounding “spy green” and a rather glorious 959 horsepower engine, this is one steed that won’t let you down. Check out a few more shots of this spectacular feat of engineering below:
We’re in little doubt here at Coolector HQ that there will be plenty of chaps out there who know a good deal about classic cars and engineering who will appreciate the magnitude of the achievement with this 1965 Mustang Espionage from Ring Brothers but what we do know, we’ve seen few cars that we’d rather be behind the wheel of than this spectacular offering.
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