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  • Builder


  • Transmission

    Bowler Ford AOD-E automatic

  • Rear End

    John's Industries 9-inch

  • Fluids

    Royal Purple

  • Engine

    Roush 427 Windsor Small-Block

  • Horsepower

    560 hp

  • Torque

    551 lb-ft

  • Induction

    Roush Eight-Stack Weber-Style Intake Manifold

  • Radiator

    Be Cool

  • Exhaust

    JBA 1.75-inch Mid-Length Headers w/ Dual 2.5-inch Flowmaster Mufflers

  • Suspension

    Fatman, Custom, Penske, DSE

  • Brakes

    Baer 13-inch, 12-inch

  • Wheels

    Forgeline EV3 18x8, 18x10

  • Tires

    Goodyear 245/40R18, 275/40R18

  • Paint

    BASF RM Diamont

  • Interior

    Ringbrothers, Upholstery Unlimited

  • Seats

    Upholstery Unlimited: Custom stock

  • Sound System


1964 Ford Fairlane Afterburner

This gorgeous project car debuted at the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Nicknamed “Afterburner,” it’s based on a two-door 1964 Ford Fairlane. The full makeover included a carbon fiber hood, fenders, front and rear bumpers, side intakes, and deck lid spoiler. The Ringbrothers’ billet aluminum decorates the car from engine bay to tail lamps. The shiny paint job features three different colors from BASF R-M Diamont: Afterburner Red, Agent Orange, and Mission Brown. The show-stopping look is rounded out with a set of Forgeline three-piece wheels.

Under the hood, the 1964 Ford Fairlane has a Roush 427 IR crate motor. It’s a beautiful 7.0L V8, mated to a Ford AOD-E automatic transmission and converter built by Bowler. There’s also a Master Shift paddle system integrated into the steering wheel. It has a Be Cool radiator, a Fuel Safe 16-gallon fuel cell, and Flowmaster mufflers to go with the Ringbrothers custom-built headers and pipes. It’s not just a pretty face, either! This powertrain puts out 560 horsepower and 551 lb-ft of torque.

The interior of this 1964 Ford Fairlane comes from Unlimited Upholstery and the Ringbrothers’ own custom designs. It’s full of billet aluminum details, like the machined-aluminum prop rods that hold up the sunshades. It also features custom stock bench seats, a Ringbrothers custom design dashboard, push-button electric door latches, and Vintage Air HVAC and EATON fittings. The 1966 Oldsmobile steering wheel also features a IDIDIT tilt column. “Afterburner” also has a few modern upgrades with the Alpine/MTX sound system with GPS, Sirius, and Bluetooth functions. “Afterburner” sold at the 2014 Barrett-Jackson auction with less than 1,000 miles on it since the restoration finish.