Ford Mustang Blizzard makes public debut in SEMA image

Ringbrothers have pulled the wraps off the Ford Mustang Blizzard during the 2013 SEMA Motor Show, in Las Vegas, in a premiere.

One of the stars of the 2013 SEMA Motor Show is a classic 1965 Ford Mustang. The model in question has been modified by Ringbrothers and it has received the Blizzard moniker. According to its creators, the new Ford Mustang Blizzard is taking its power form an impressive 351-based V8 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series-style engine, signed by Wegner Motorsports, which is producing a total output of 710 HP (529 kW). The unit has been fitted with Flowmaster mufflers, with a Holley carburetor and more.

“Renowned custom car build Ringbrothers has unveiled one of the most powerful custom Mustang fastbacks to ever hit the SEMA show floor. In a scene reminiscent of the unveiling of the original Mustang in 1964, attendees of the SEMA Show in Las Vegas ringed the car as the sheet was pulled back to reveal the pony car’s custom bodywork”, as Ringbrothers is saying in its official press release.

The 710 horsepower are being sent to the rear wheels through a 5-speed Bowler manual transmission and a John’s Industry differential. The model in question is now riding on forged alloy wheels, wrapped in Nitto Invo tires, 265 front and 325 rear in size. The rims are covering the six-piston Baer calipers. The cabin of the model has received an Alpine sound system, Recaro seats and several other features.