It’s “CAGED,” wild 1964 Ford Mustang which was transformed by Ringbrothers into a one-off piece that took over 4,200 hours to create.
To create a Mustang unlike any other, Ringbrothers purchased a new chassis from the Roadster Shop and then converted it back into a one-piece body. The body was then widened and lengthened by one inch, and the Mustang was repainted in a shade known as BASF Glasurit ‘Burgundy Brave’.
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The CAGED body features a variety of unique details, including custom taillights, front grille, badges and emblems. It also features titanium trim and sits on a set of EVOD Industries custom wheels measuring 18×9 up front and 18×11 out back, shod in 245/40 front and 285/40 rear Continental tires.
Ringbrothers created custom floor panels for the car as well as a unique transmission tunnel and double floor. It also impresses with Penske Racing performance coilovers front and rear, and a 1.25-inch splined front sway bar with C6 Corvette trailing arms. The steering rack was sourced from Woodward and braking is provided by Baer components with six-piston calipers and 14-inch discs front and rear.
A new engine was also installed, namely a Ford Performance 5.0L Coyote V8 with custom engine cover, 10-speed automatic transmission and custom drive shaft. Ringbrothers also installed Flowmaster headers and a stainless steel Flowmaster exhaust system. A new fuel tank was also installed.
The interior of the CAGED Mustang has also been thoroughly upgraded and now features a custom steering wheel, new Dakota Digital gauges and a Vintage Air Gen IV Magnum Evaporator climate control system.