After its SEMA outing, this ’69 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is set to hit the track

To put its 700hp to good use
by Tom Harrison | Nov 9, 2019
PHOTO: TopGear.com

Ringbrothers tends not to do things by halves. In case you missed it, the outfit brought a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro called the ‘Valkyrja’ to this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas. But that’s not the only one—it also showcased a 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 nicknamed ‘UNKL,’ as it pays tribute to the Ringbrothers owner’s uncle.

The car is powered by a Jon Kaase Boss engine displacing 8.5 liters and making 700hp, sent via a carbon driveshaft to 20-inch HRE wheels shod with vast 345-section Michelin tires. A custom stainless-steel exhaust makes all the lovely burbly noises, while adjustable coilover suspension and massive brakes mean it ought to handle and stop as well as it goes.

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Ringbrothers has also extended the Mustang’s body—which is made from a mix of carbon and steel—by an inch on either side, giving it a bit more stance while retaining a somewhat original look. The paintwork is ‘Big Boss Blue,’ while the livery is said to serve a purpose—Ringbrothers says this car will actually be used in anger on track.

So, which Ringbrothers creation do you prefer—this, or the Camaro?

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NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.

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