By SEMA News Staff
On the opening day of the annual SEMA Show, Mike and Jim Ring of Ringbrothers pulled the cover off their newest builds: including the the ’48 “Madam V” Cadillac and ’69 “G-Code” Camaro.
’48 “Madam V” Cadillac
“Madam V,” commissioned by car dealership mogul Wes Rydell, melds early- and late-model Cadillacs to create a one-of-a-kind Cadillac with the benefits of a modern car and the style of a vintage Cadillac. The project utilized four cars in total to create one master piece, including two 1948 fastback coupes, a used 2015 Cadillac ATS-V and a brand new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V, all provided by Mr. Rydell. The Madam also retains many of the technology features from the ’16 ATS-V including the info and media control with full color display, rear vision camera, Push-to-Start, rain-sensing wipers and even OnStar auto crash response.
’69 “G-Code” Camaro
The “G-Code” Camaro was built to stand apart from the bounty of muscle cars at the SEMA Show with unique bodywork, hand crafted carbon fiber elements and its abundance of high-quality Ringbrothers billet products. Wisconsin native and “G-Code” owner Don Atkinson always had a desire to own a 1969 Camaro RS. He loved the design by GM, but he didn’t want just any 1969 Camaro – he wanted a truly unique, one-of-a kind Camaro that no one else in the world would have, so he went to Ringbrothers.