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Performance & Hotrod Business - July '15

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July 2015 n Performance & Hotrod Business n 51 for Mike and Jim of Ringbrothers M ike and Jim Ring of Ringbrothers (www.ring- brothers.com) are skilled craftsman and accom- plished businessmen who've won nearly every industry award, been featured in all the major car magazines, and are sought after by the world's most elite collectors. From their headquarters in Spring Green, Wisconsin, the siblings have built some of the most highly acclaimed street machines in hot rod history— including the 1969 Camaro Razor, 1966 Mustang Bail Out and 1971 De Tomaso Pantera ADRNLN. Without a doubt, the Ring brothers are industry role models, celebrities—even royalty. Every proj- ect they complete conquers the industry, pushes the boundaries of what's possible and inspires a legion of aspiring top-tier builders. Like every car guy, they also love to talk shop, which is where The Hog Ring comes in. We recently had the opportunity to interview Mike and Jim about their latest project Recoil—a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle that's so far outside the box it forged a whole new category of hot rod: the refined racecar. "Recoil" is a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle that's so far outside the box it forged a whole new category of hot rod: the "refined racecar."

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