Ringbrothers has returned to the SEMA present with a modified 1948 Chevrolet pickup truck that the Wisconsin firm payments as its most excessive creation but. That is a major declare contemplating the identical firm has beforehand revealed a surprising 1972 AMC Javelin AMX with 1,100 hp on faucet, in addition to a 1969 Dodge Charger that took over 4,700 hours to finish.
The ’48 pickup, often known as Enyo, is a mashup of classic farm truck and trendy sizzling rod, and from some angles provides off Plymouth Prowler vibes. In line with Ringbrothers, the construct took greater than 10,000 hours to finish, due principally to all of the customized touches that had been applied to indicate off the corporate’s skills, a lot of them newly developed for this construct.
The listing contains the bespoke suspension, carbon-fiber elements, and totally purposeful aerodynamic parts just like the wings, splitters, and rear diffuser. There’s additionally the bespoke inside with parts that appear to be items of sculpture.
The Enyo rides on a bespoke chassis that was designed by Ahlman Engineering and Roadster Store. The chassis is much like what you discover in an open-wheel race automobile, and someway Ringbrothers managed to change the 1948 Chevy pickup’s metal cab to suit it. Modifications included narrowing the cab and chopping it by 4 inches. Elements that could not be retained had been changed by carbon-fiber items, together with a single piece for the stomach pan that runs from entrance to again.
Ringbrothers Enyo primarily based on the 1948 Chevrolet pickup truck
Energy comes from a 510-cubic-inch (8.4-liter) V-8 constructed by Goodwin Competitors, and peaks at 1,000 hp. The engine options Kinsler eight-stack injection, a Holley gasoline administration system, and a Bowler Efficiency Corvette automated transaxle.
Getting the facility to the bottom is a completely unbiased suspension system with Ohlins shocks, and hooked up on the hubs are customized HRE wheels housing a Brembo brake package deal with six-piston calipers. The wheels are wrapped in a set of slick tires from Goodyear. An air jack system helps make it straightforward to swap on street-legal tires when it is time to depart the monitor.
“This long-term challenge actually showcases our skill to discover new technique of design, engineering and efficiency inside a completely new realm of challenges and manufacturing with our companions,” Mike Ring, co-owner of Ringbrothers, stated in an announcement.
The SEMA present runs till Nov. 4 in Las Vegas and has three further Ringbrothers creations on show. These are primarily based on a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 1969 Ford Mustang, and 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer.