SEMA eNews Vol. 19, No. 44, November 3, 2016

Ringbrothers Pull the Sheet Off Unique Builds

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

“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

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.

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