TWELVE COOL CARS WE CAUGHT AT THE AMELIA ISLAND CARS AND COFFEE
Who doesn’t love a classic Ford Mustang? It was one of the most popular cars ever sold in America and kick-started the muscle car craze. But this is not a pristinely restored 1966 convertible—this is a brand-new 1966 Mustang replica built by Revology using modern technology. Powering the new Ford-licensed Dynacorn body is a—horror of horrors—430-horsepower Chevy small-block, a brand-new E-Rod LS3 6.2-liter V-8 to be exact, although you can opt for Ford’s 5.0-liter Coyote V-8 if you like.