It doesn't fly, and by the looks of it back when it hit the auction block earlier this year, it didn't even drive. But Ringbrothers turned that 1972 Winnebago Brave into a tiki-wagon, with an interior inspired by WWII aircraft, in six months. Shut up. Oh. It has a pizza oven.
Before driving one, I had a very clear image in my head of what I was sure driving a Detomaso Pantera would be like. Fortunately I'm the kind of person who, with enough phone calls, can hook up something like that, so we found two of them for a comparison test. They are less than three years apart, but couldn't be…
You probably know custom-car shop Ringbrothers from their high-end Mustang builds. The Wisconsin-based outfit just bought that slammed Winnebago I fell in love with at Barrett-Jackson this week. What should they do with it?
What you see here is the Ringbrothers '71 Pantera. Now, restomods are tricky to master, but what these guys make out of billet metal and carbon fiber is pretty amazing. Petrolucious went to take a closer look.
Wanna rebel against tradition? Spit in the eye of convention? Enrage old fogies and confuse the kids? This is how you do it. The Fairlane Afterburner; one of the most original and over-the-top customs we've seen in a while.