Recreating the Magic: The Revology Mustang
Revology founder Tom Scarpello, whose first car was a ’65 Mustang fastback, is a former Ford, Jaguar and Nissan executive. He describes his new Mustang as a “postmodern interpretation that blends the style and character of the original, while it […]Explore
SEMA 2016: Ford Teases Custom Mustangs and Fusions
6. If you are looking for old school looks with modern flare, don’t miss the 1966 Ford Shelby GT350by Revology Cars. This licensed reproduction attempts to capture the look and feel of the iconic 1966 Shelby Mustang. Upgrades include the Mustang […]Explore
Revology Bringing New School Tech to Old School Shelbys
Everyone has done it. You know, the “what if” game. In this case, “What if you received $200,000 tax-free to buy whatever you wanted? Here’s a suggestion: a 1967 Shelby GT500. However, since there aren’t so many of those around, you could […]Explore
REVOLOGY 1967 SHELBY GT500: MORE THAN JUST A REPLICA
For those lusting after the style of a 1967 Shelby GT500, but want a car not horrifying to drive every day, Revology has just the thing. Starting with an officially-licensed 1967 Ford Mustang fastback replica body from Dynacorn, the Florida-based […]Explore
Revology Cars Expands on Shelby License With 1967 GT500 Launch
Revology Cars should be well known to our readers by now. Over the last few years we’ve been able to watch as Head Revologist, Tom Scarpello, worked tirelessly to build upon his idea of all-new 1965 and 1966 Ford Mustang replicas. Tom’s idea of a […]Explore
Celebrating National Mustang Day With Revology Cars
What’s a Mustang lover to do between big events? The big celebrations usually fall every five years, and the 50th anniversary was two years ago, so it’s only another three years until the 55th anniversary events. National Mustang Day was created to […]Explore
Revology builds modern memories one Mustang at a time
It seems like the most obvious question in the world: Why doesn’t Ford bring back the original 1965 Mustang? After all, the first Ford Mustang sold 1.3 million copies in 21/2 years, a record that remains untouched.
Tom Scarpello had heard the question […]
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 […]Explore
Made-in-Orlando Mustangs head to unveiling at Amelia Island Concours
The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance is one of the most influential car shows in the country for a reason.
This year, Orlando-based Revology Cars has decided to unveil its first production Mustang replicas at the show.
“We’ve been working toward […]Explore