News | Revology Cars builds new classic Mustang unibodies
Enhancing its reputation as a sophisticated manufacturer of specialty automobiles, Revology Cars is now assembling in-house the new, 100% steel unibodies on which its Mustang and Shelby GT models are based.Explore
News | First 710hp Revology GT500 Rolls off the Assembly Line
The Revology GT500 now has over twice the power of the original ’67 GT500, with the everyday reliability, durability, and around-town drivability of a 2020 Mustang – with the unmistakable American V8 sound, that makes you want to open it up every chance you get.Explore
Blog | Revology’s unique approach to specialty car production
Revology’s approach to building cars has more in common with a major OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) than with a custom or hot rod shop. Our singular focus on new reproduction Mustangs built on our M58 platform means better quality, reliability, performance, and craftsmanship for our clients.Explore
News | Limited Edition 1966 Shelby GT350 Convertible Joins Revology Cars’ Lineup
Fans of rare and desirable Mustangs will be thrilled by Revology Cars’ reproduction 1966 Shelby GT350 convertible, the latest addition to the company’s growing lineup.Explore
Do you love your work? Revology team members create automotive art every day. Areas of specialization include fabrication, body, paint, electrical, trim and upholstery, powertrain, chassis, and drivability. Teamwork, challenge, camraderie, and the feeling of satisfaction that comes with building some of the most innovative and exciting cars on the planet can be yours as a Revology team member. Apply today!Explore
News | Stunning 710hp Revology Cars ’67 Shelby GT500 debuts at 2020 Amelia Island Concours
On the fifth anniversary of Revology Cars’ debut at the Amelia Island Concours D’Elegance, the renowned Florida manufacturer of reproduction original Ford Mustangs is back with its most powerful Mustang yet.Explore
Don’t have time to wait for built-to-order? Revology now has two reproduction 1966 Mustang GT convertibles available. Certified Pre-Owned Revology Mustangs and Shelby GTs come with a one year warranty.Explore
Blog | A 3000-mile cross country adventure in a Revology Shelby GT500
How dependable are Revology Cars’ reproduction original Ford Mustangs? Just ask Arthur Smith, who drove his brand new reproduction 1967 Mustang GT500 on a journey from Revology’s Orlando, Florida manufacturing plant, to his home in northern California.Explore
Video Series | Production Car Review
All Revology Mustangs and Shelby GTs are built to be driven, and driven hard. This video series shows how Revology Mustangs and Shelby GTs are designed and built.Explore
1966 Mustang GT Convertible
Few cars are as iconic as the ’66 Ford Mustang GT convertible. Now, Revology’s quintessential pony car features modern performance, reliability and drivability so you can confidently go anywhere, anytime, and arrive in style.
1966 Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback
The Ford Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback was considered the most avant garde of the Mustang lineup in 1966. The Revology Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback is all that plus powerful, responsive, and comfortable enough to drive cross country.
1966 Shelby GT350/GT350H
The original GT350 was a race car made street-legal. The high-revving, naturally aspirated 435HP Revology GT350 delivers exhilarating performance without sacrificing everyday reliability, drivability or comfort.
1967 Shelby GT350
Back in 1967, Shelby introduced the GT500, which featured the torquey 428 cubic inch V8, while the GT350 kept the high revving 289 cubic inch high performance V8. Revology’s ’67 GT350 pays homage to the original with a modern four cam 32 valve […]
1967 Shelby GT500
The original big block Shelby GT500 made the Mustang into a muscle car. The Revology GT500 carries on that tradition with a 710HP supercharged and intercooled V8 plus chassis and driveline modifications to handle its prodigious power.
1968 Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback
By 1968, the muscle car wars were in full swing in the USA. Changes for the 1968 Mustang lineup included new powertrains and updates to meet new safety regulations, but styling was mostly carryover from 1967. The 1968 Mustang received a boost from its […]
1968 Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback R Spec
The 1968 Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback R Spec is Revology’s most track-focused model to date. Powered by the 460hp 5.0-liter Ti-VCT ‘Coyote’ V-8 backed by a T56XL 6-speed manual, it features serious go-fast hardware, including AP Racing brakes, Forgeline […]
Driving her now is pure joy and she is so reliable and way safer. Would I do it again? ABSOLUTELY.
Revology turned my classic 1965 Mustang coupe that I have owned since 1986 into a Revology Mustang (car #26) last year. Although expensive, it was worth every penny. An even bigger issue was trusting Revology to do a modern restoration on the car I restored when I was a kid, but I have no regrets at all. Driving her now is pure joy and she is so reliable and way safer. I have driven her now for over a year with no problems, and I do my own maintenance work which is also surprisingly easy. I have had a few questions about maintenance and care along the way and the team at Revology (Yoshi, Tom, and Rich) are very quick to respond. Would I do it again? ABSOLUTELY.William W. | Texas, USA | Production car #26
My Revology '68 Mustang is one of the best automobile decisions I’ve ever made.
I love my Revology '68 Mustang fastback! Absolutely. Love. It. I am grateful to Tom, Yoshi and their team for helping me attain what I always dreamed of - a classic ‘68 Mustang in a modern, reliable reincarnation. My '68 fastback is really a fun drive with quality performance and handling like a modern car. In addition, I really appreciate the up-to-date tech, including the disc brakes, power windows, reverse camera, navigation, JL Audio system, and especially the Apple CarPlay. I look for excuses to take it on the road. In fact, it has nearly become my daily driver! +Although it was not necessary, I visited the Revology's Orlando production facility during the preproduction process. Tom and Yoshi made the build sheet configuration process very straight forward. I was able to choose from a variety of custom options, including exterior color, leather, and accessories as well as rims. The final product turned out EXACTLY the way I wanted. The response from people to the car has been impressive. The ‘68 fastback almost always turns heads and can at times cause friendly minor commotions. I find people slowing down and taking photos and videos when I’m on the highway, at gas stations or in parking lots. I often get asked what year it is, if it's an original or a restomod. Folks are astounded when I tell them it’s a brand new 2020 '1968 Mustang'. The look on their faces is priceless... Since getting my Revology, I made it a point to show it off to a couple of experienced mechanics, who do Mustang rebuilds and Coyote swaps. Their verdict was unanimous. The Revology Mustang is an absolute first class build! If you're considering a Revology, a visit to their facility is something I would definitely recommend, if at all possible. You will likely see a dozen or so brand new Revology Mustangs in various stages of production. The build process and workmanship are stunning. For dedicated admirers of the classic 1960s Mustangs, you'll feel like you've walked into Santa's "Mustang" Workshop!Henry Z. | Florida, USA | Production Car #54
It drives like a modern car!
Half hour on track going slow, 4 sessions, building speed and confidence going fast, 200 miles highway/jammed traffic driving, 350 miles after day one and I am….thrilled!Paul P | California, USA | Production Car #32