Hi, I'm Tom Scarpello of Revology Cars, and this is car number 89 - a 1968 Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback in Acapulco Blue with a two-tone Nappa leather interior. Today we're going to take a look at the specs and features on this car, the most authentic 68 GT we've produced to date! Okay, so for 1968, the GT model came with fog lamps in the grill. We've got halogen headlights that match the fog lights. Now the ‘68 GT had a different stripe configuration. The ‘67s had a rocker stripe. In ‘68, they went to a c-stripe which accentuates the body line on the car. This car is equipped with 15-inch torque thrust wheel. This is a temporary solution client specked out a reproduction GT wheel, but due to Covid related supply chain issues, that's not available yet. So, at the back, it's straight 68 GT down to the exhaust tip. This is a new feature that we tested on this particular car we decided we like it. It's now standard on the 67 and 68 GT package, dual quad exhaust tips like the original. So, this interior is based on an original '68 interior. It was a two-tone blue that had most of the interiors a light blue, and then it had a darker colored dash pad and darker inserts on the door, and then, of course, the inserts and the seat were darker blue. We reproduced that theme but in a modern OEM Nappa leather. Deluxe interior in 1968 featured a simulated wood grain dash, we've brought in our genuine walnut veneer bonded to the interior trim panels, so it replicates that original theme but in a much more premium way. A really cool feature about this car, and it's something that we're going to start using in all of our ‘67 and ‘68 Revology models, is this new gauge cluster is the RTX cluster from Dakota digital. We really like Dakota digital. We've used them ever since the very beginning, a good quality product with good design, and now with this new RTX cluster, the appearance is even more authentic. And one other really cool feature that I really like is the odometer is digital, but it looks like one of those old-timey odometers that just rolled over, so it looks like it's an old mechanical type of odometer. So pretty cool how they've used technology to kind of recreate some of the unique elements of some of these vintage instrument clusters. So, one of the great things about working at Revology is getting to know our clients and hearing their stories. Mustang is an iconic brand. It's been around for almost 60 years, and it's just woven into the fabric of America to the extent that everyone has a Mustang story. So, the client, his name is Al. He's from Texas. His very first new car was a ‘68 Mustang GT Acapulco blue two-tone light and dark blue interior. His father agreed to go in half and half with him on the new car. He wanted a Cougar GTE, but his dad didn't go for the car having the 427 V8 engine. He had the car through the end of high school. He brought it to college, where he met his wife to be Kathy. They spent time together in that car which Kathy nicknamed the blue mule, and they eventually started a family. And Al thought the right thing to do was to sell the car. And eventually, they started reminiscing about their early years and the times that they had in the blue mule, and they decided to bring it back, and that's where Revology comes in. So, we have recreated Al's car but the Revology way. Now they're going to have a car they can get in and drive and go anywhere they want to go, whenever they want to go, and not worry about it and be comfortable. By the way, that's our optional performance sound exhaust which, not overly loud, but just loud enough.