Revology’s classic Mustang has young blood but old soul
The 1968 fastback Mustang I am driving shares no parts with an original car, despite the spot-on appearance. It’s new, as in all-new, from the ground up. That means it drives like a car right off the showroom floor, rather than a 56-year-old antique with every kink ironed out. This fresh-from-the-box element is a central reason why his customers like Revology Mustangs so much—they can be—and often are, a daily driver.