Year after year, custom car builder Ringbrothers tends to bring the most amazing vehicles to SEMA. This year is no different. The company is bringing a few vehicles, so let's see what Ringbrothers has to show. 1948 Chevy Super Truck 'Enyo' The most extreme of the Ringbrothers' machines is the Enyo Super Truck. It has the most time put into it at 10,000 hours. And a significant amount of it is one-off. It has a unique chassis developed and built by Ahlman Engineering and Roadster Shop. It has cantilever independent suspension all around, like on open-wheel race cars. And, well, it does have open wheels with fat tires. Also race car-like are the onboard air jacks. It also features six-piston Brembo brakes all around. Powering the truck is a Goodwin 510-cubic inch (8.4 liters) marine racing V8, which makes 1,000 horsepower. All the power goes to the back via a 4L80 Corvette transaxle with a torque tube, which should be good for weight distribution. The engine also features custom-built titanium side pipes. Topping this wild chassis is an equally wild body. It actually is a real steel 1948 Chevy truck cab, but it has been narrowed by 4 inches, and the roof chopped by the same amount. The body has also been lengthened, and it's been dropped down low on the chassis. Additional parts such as the aero bits and headlight surrounds are all carbon fiber. And in the truck bed are mechanical parts such as the radiator, air jack system and, of course, the rear suspension.