Just a few more days until the 2011 SEMA show, but still the previews of awesome Mustangs keep rolling in. Everybody from Richard Petty to Neil Tjin, and we’re sure many, many more companies and designers, are making the 2012 Mustang the focus of their builds. But vintage Mustangs are always well-represented as well, and with this morning’s news that Ford will be offering ‘65 Mustang convertible shells for purchase, Ring Brother’s SEMA Mustang preview comes at just the right time.

We always get excited when to see what the Ring Brothers bring to SEMA, and this year is no disappointment. This year it is a ‘65 Mustang coupe they are calling “The Producer,” and this ‘65 Mustang is custom everything.

Starting with a hot body kit and BASF paint, “The Producer” is a treat just to look at it. But being that it is a Mustang, it should do more than look pretty, don’t you agree? And “The Producer” certainly does produce horsepower. A whole heck of a lot of horsepower, in fact. The 351/427 stroker-V8 engine is good for a whooping 740 horsepower. Backing the small block/big-block is a T-56 six-speed transmission.

The whole rest of the chassis is a modern take on a classic build as well, from the slammed suspension to the Baer brakes that provide stopping power. With a 4” widened body, tubular chassis, and a custom interior, this is a Mustang everybody could enjoy. We can’t wait to see it live and in person next week.