[Ringbrothers] Hip 900hp Monster RV Winnebago Brave “Happy Camper”

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This 1972 Winnebago Brave RV used to be a Hot Rod RV customized with Mopar 318 V8 with Sanderson custom headers with Flowmasters dual exhausts. Then it became even more radical monster “Happy Camper” under Ringbrother’s hands.

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Known for the badass muscle car builds and interesting customizations such as 600hp LS3 swapped DeTomaso Pantera ADRNL, Jim and Mike Ring keeps on building more stuffs out of their HQ in Spring Green, Wisconsin.

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They’ve put Wegner Motorsports LS 6.0L 408 supercharged V8 motor fed by MSD Atomic EFI and an Aeromotive Stealth fuel system, making 900 hp and enabling the ‘Happy Camper’ to reach to 50 mph in 3.2 seconds..
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World War II bomber-inspired interior uses a liberal amount of mint green, with lots o bare metal and leather, with see-through glass engine cover in the front.
Maybe not to everyone’s taste, but quite hip indeed.
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In addition to flatscreen TV and neon lights, this ‘Happy Camper’ boasts electric pizza oven and tailgate bar in the rear as well.
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This interesting custom Hot Rod RV will make its first SEMA appearance this year, hosted in the Prestone booth.

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