Ringbrothers has previewed the modified 1956 Ford F-100 pickup truck it will debut at the SEMA show in a couple of weeks.
The famed custom car builder’s latest project, dubbed ‘Clem 101’, will retain most of the standard body panels and use all-new underpinnings and technologies.
The car will be based around a boxed frame built in-house and supporting a modern-day suspension system. Next, Ringbrothers will install a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 crate engine that sends power to the rear wheels. No performance figures have been announced but a horsepower figure beyond 500 seems probable.
Visual differences between Clem 101 and a traditional F-100 will include a green paint scheme, lowered ride height, flared wheel arches and aftermarket wheels.