Revology Mustang

Mar 30, 2015

Category: Rides

Even if you did still have a mint condition ‘66 Mustang, the odds of it running well would be slimmer than a dieting Gwyneth Paltow. But the Revology Mustang brings the past back to life with a newly created, Ford-licensed 1966 replica. It’s the old Mustang body made new, with brand new components under the hood as well.

There’s a fuel-injected Ford 5.0L V8 engine mated to a choice of 5-speed manual or automatic transmissions, a MacPherson strut front suspension, three-link rear suspension, power rack and pinion steering, power brakes, a stainless steel dual exhaust, and LED head and tail lamps. The cabin has also been modernized, with remote keyless entry, A/C, Bluetooth, a tilt wheel, power windows, power locks, power seats, optional USB and AUX ports, LED lighting, optional air bags, and an optional integrated entertainment system. Prices start at $119,500, with deliveries happening in about a year. [Purchase]

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