Ringbrothers ’72 K5 Blazer 2020 SEMA BOTB
Ringbrothers ’72 K5 Blazer: The Ringbrothers Jim and Mike Ring, co-founders of Ringbrothers have established their world-renowned shop out of Spring Green, Wisconsin. Literally building high-end vehicles for customers around the world. Take a tour of the Ringbrothers shop along with host Adrienne “AJ” Janic, co-host of Overhaulin’ and SEMA Battle of the Builders in the new SEMA web series.
The Ringbrothers give a sneak peek at their ’72 K5 Blazer build that will be a contender for the SEMA BOTB. Also, all in good fun they take a jab or two at the Roadster Shop. Tune in to check out this fun new series of SEMA BOTB videos.
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Ringbrothers ’72 K5 Blazer
About SEMA BOTB Web Series
SEMA’s exciting new Battle of the Builders (BOTB) web series, “Ready for Battle with AJ,” has launched on YouTube. The web series is hosted by Adrienne “AJ” Janic, co-host of “Overhaulin’” and SEMA Battle of the Builders” gives you a glimpse into the minds of the top builders and their builds gearing up for the SEMA Show and BOTB competition.
More About the Ringbrothers
Jim and Mike Ring, co-founders of Ringbrothers, were born with a passion for creating cars more exciting than anything else on the road. The pair began tinkering before they were old enough to drive, barreling down the old country roads of Wisconsin with whatever pile of parts they could scrounge together.
As their ambition grew, so did their need to build faster, more powerful and more exciting machines. What was once a hobby turned into a business and their hot-rodding ways began to gain the attention of the aftermarket industry elite. The small-town boys from Plain, Wisconsin were winning awards and gaining the acclaim that was once reserved for TV builders.
Every year, Ringbrothers arrives at the SEMA Show with a new, out-of-the-box creation to unveil to the world, pushing the boundaries and breaking the norms of the industry. Whether they’re working on American muscle cars or mid-engine Italian sports cars, Jim and Mike have always tried to tackle a project with new ideas that the industry has never seen. Why? Because it’s fun!
Today, Jim and Mike Ring operate Ringbrothers out of Spring Green, Wisconsin, where they build their iconic street machines, design and produce aftermarket parts, and work on local cars in their auto body shop. In many ways, the boys haven’t changed all that much since their early days tinkering with whatever cars they could get their hands on. Only now the builds have more power and are desired the world over. (source: https://www.ringbrothers.com/about-us)