1968 Ford Mustang Fastback By Revology

Oct 16, 2018

Category: Rides

More often than not vehicle clones are frowned upon because the real deal is preferred. However, when a replica is done in a unique way, we’re all for it. Feast your eyes on Revology’s 1968 Ford Mustang replica, a smooth automotive mix of classic and modern features.

Painted in Highland Green metallic, this American muscle car has the vintage look of Steve McQueen’s Bullitt ride. However, the car has a modern chassis, consisting of a double-A-arm front suspension, three-link rear suspension with a torque arm and Panhard rod, and vented disc brakes with four-piston calipers. For the first time, Revology is using Ford’s 6R80 six-speed automatic transmission, which is mated to a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 producing 435 horses. You can also choose the six-speed manual with a Gen 3 Coyote V8 at 460 horsepower. Taking a look inside, you’ll find handcrafted Cuoio brown leather from Ferrari’s Italian tannery. This is Revology’s first 1968 Mustang, and although it’s already sold, they’ll be more than willing to build you another modern classic.

Purchase: $180,680+

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