When the Ring Brothers and this company`s work are mentioned we immediately try to find out what the fuzz is since we are huge fans of the company. Therefore our interest now is particularly aimed at the auction at which the Ring Brothers` “Dragon” is going to be bid for. We first saw this vehicle at the 2010 SEMA show. We had our thoughts about how high the maximum bid will be, but it was just not enough. The actual maximum bid and price of this Mustang was staggering 346,500 dollars. It really is a huge amount, but we are sure that the buyer will not feel sorry for paying that much.
Vehicle description: Mike and Jim Ring are famous for their edgy design of the models and the huge attention paid to details. The 1970 Ford Mustang March 1 “Dragon” is not an exception. The vehicle features a ROUSH 427 IR engine able to produce 585 hp and a torque of 545 lb-ft. The engine is paired with a five speed transmission. The interior is absolutely flawless. It contains leather seats, Classic Instruments gauges, screen audio and more. The front end and the rear end are made of carbon fiber. The vehicle is painted “Dragon`s Blood Red” with “Castle Gray” details. This Dragon won the Mothers Shine Award at the 2010 SEMA show, then the Hot Rod & Restoration Golden Builder Year Award in 2011, the 2011 Car Craft Pro Builders of the Year and many others. Furthermore, the vehicle was present almost in any media.