Roush and the Rings
The Ring Brothers made another big Mustang restomod splash at the SEMA Show, this time in the Roush Performance booth. Jack Roush introduced the new Reactor '67 Mustang fastback, which uses a Roush 427 IR crate engine for ample power. Owned by Doug Hoppe, who commissioned the Ring Brothers to build the car as a contender for the '07 Good Guys Street Machine of the Year award. Among the myriad modifications, the most subtle make the biggest difference in the overall appearance, including changes such as splitting the rear window glass, removing the driprails and door handles, and adding hand-made carbon-fiber parts such as the decklid, hood, front fascia, front and rear bumpers, and taillight panel. Roush Performance, 800/597-6874; www.roushperf.com.