This stunning 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback built by Ringbrothers is currently up for auction. Known as the Copperback, this is one of the finest Restomod Mustangs you are likely to come across.
The project initially started in 2007 where the structure was customized with drip rails and door handles as well as a raised dorsal line. Additionally, the pony is equipped with a carbon fiber bonnet and trunk custom made by Gemini Technology Systems. Other modifications were made to the body, including reconfiguring the lower side scoops, shortened fenders, and floor sway panels.
The exterior is trimmed in Glasurit Copper Burnt Orange Metallic finish with dark gray accents on the hood, air dam, side skirts and rear spoiler. The Mustang also features tinted glass, aluminum accents, and sits on a set of 19-inch three-piece iForged wheels with black powder-coated centers. Ringbrothers also upgraded the brakes with Baer 6S monoblock calipers and ceramic brake pads as well as 15-inch slotted and perforated front rotors and 14-inch rear rotors.
Bring A Trailer reveals that Steve Pearson of Upholstery Limited had the interior redesigned when the car was returned to Ringbrothers four years ago for additional upgrades. The interior is now trimmed in brown and black leather and also includes custom-molded bucket seats and four-point belts.
The Mustang is powered by a Roush Performance 427 cubic inch eight-cylinder engine with aluminum cylinder heads, electronic fuel injection, single throttle bodies and ceramic-coated Magnaflow exhaust heads. The engine is mated to a 5-speed Tremec manual transmission that sends power to the rear wheels via a 9-inch limited-slip Currie Ford rear end with a 3.55:1 gear ratio.