A Ford Truck With A Twist
SA Hot Rods|Edition 109
A Ford Truck With A Twist
1954 FORD PICK-UP

How Ringbrothers fused an old ’54 Ford farm truck and a late model Crown Vic into a show-stopping custom Ringbrothers have been building custom vehicles for decades. Even as kids, brothers Jim and Mike Ring were into just about anything with a motor – even lawnmowers – and, using their self-taught skills, started making a profit by working on cars. They attribute their proficiency in engines, transmissions and bodywork to the “junk” they and their friends were always buying – and “junk” always needs fixing.

Repairing “junk” as teens eventually led to building custom vehicles as a career. Ringbrothers, which is based in Spring Green, Wisconsin, has produced dozens of jaw-dropping, one-of-a-kind vehicles for customers. Be it muscle cars, European classics, pickup trucks or even a vintage RV, there is no project too wild for Ringbrothers to tackle.

With such a busy shop, Jim and Mike got the idea to start putting together a shop truck. Something to make supply runs, haul parts and take to events.

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