Based out of Spring Green, Wisconsin, Ringbrothers is known for producing some truly wild custom creations. Now, with SEMA 2019 just over the horizon, the shop is teasing its latest builds with some shadowy images and close-cropped renderings, building hype for the big reveal early next month.
Earlier in October, Ringbrothers made a post to social media that showed the rear quarter of what appears to be a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. The company posted a follow-up on the SEMA 2019 build with a shadowy version of the full rendering, as well as a few enticing details to boot.
True to form, it looks like this new build for SEMA 2019 is a restomod Camaro with a carbon fiber roof and carbon fiber bumper. The corners sport big five-spoke wheels with a deep-dish design, plus big brakes. The stance is slammed to the ground, while a slick duckbill spoiler rests on the trunk.
Ringbrothers says the new Camaro build is nicknamed “Valkyrja,” and rocks a wide body, longer wheelbase, and 416-cubic-inch LS V8 tuned by Wegner Motorsports. Odds are we’ll see at least four-figure power numbers from this bad boy.
In addition to the ’69 Camaro, Ringbrothers is also bringing back a revised version of the “Madam V” Cadillac for SEMA 2019. Previously hitting the show floor in 2016, Madam V mates old school and new school by placing a 1948 Cadillac Series 62 fastback coupe body on top of the GM Alpha vehicle platform from a Cadillac ATS-V. Under the hood, the Madam V originally came equipped with the twin-turbo 3.6L LF4 V6 tuned to produce 464 horsepower, but it’s possible that figure will see a substantial boost for SEMA 2019.
We’re certainly excited to see what Ringbrothers has in store for us this year. Stay tuned, because GM Authority will be on the scene to bring you all the craziness that is SEMA 2019 early next month. In the meantime, subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevrolet Camaro news, Chevrolet news, Cadillac news, and 24/7 GM news coverage.