Revology Cars building a stable of classic Mustangs
There’s a small company in Florida that believes everything old is new again, even 51 years after the original was “born.”
Three years after unveiling its first new/old 1966 Ford Mustang replica at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, Orlando’s Revology Cars is now living up to founder Tom Scarpello’s mission: Bring back the most iconic muscle car in its classic form, but without the hassles that a classic might have. And here’s a video we did to show what they build as we pass on the rest of the story.
Starting with a Ford-approved replica body, Revology adds serious performance along with fit and finish and chassis stiffening changes. And modern comfort concessions are there behind old-school switches, buttons and manual window winders — it looks original, but isn’t, Scarpello said.