Tag Archives: Revology Cars

News: Revology Shelby GT500 Replica

Time Machine

Now you can order a Coyote-powered 1967 Shelby GT500 from Revology

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Revology Cars

Classic Mustangs with a Shelby lineage are highly sought after collectibles. As a result, it’s extremely rare to see something like a 1967 Shelby GT500 running down the road. It’s often too valuable to take such a risk. If you could pick up an all-new replica with all the modern conveniences, you could enjoy the car the way it should be appreciated—on the road.
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Feature: Coyote-Powered Shelby Replica

Better Than Ever

We took a ride in Revology’s all-new Mustang replica with a modern engine

By Steve Turner

To the uninitiated observing a Revology Cars vehicle for the first time, looks can be deceiving. Most think these vehicles are restified Mustangs brought back to better than new condition with modern improvements. Some of that is true, but these replicas are actually all-new vehicles.
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News: Revology Production Begins

Revved Up

Revology Cars kicks off production of its replica ’65-’66 Mustangs

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Revology Cars

As we told you back in May, Tom Scarpello, formerly of Ford SVT, launched a company dedicated to re-creating 1965-1966 Mustangs from new parts. The company is called Revology Cars, and we had the good fortune to visit Tom and drive some of the company’s early replicas, which featured pushrod 5.0-liter engines.
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News: Revology Coyote-Powered Classics

Past Blast

Revology Cars adds a modern 5.0-liter option to its neoclassic Mustang

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Ford Performance and Revology Cars

If you are a longtime follower of the Ford’s Special Vehicle Team, you will no doubt remember the name Tom Scarpello. He was once the head of Ford SVT, so he knows a thing or two about building hot Mustangs. These days Tom is running the new company he founded, Revology Cars based in Winter Park, Florida. The company builds re-creations of classic Mustangs with modern powertrains, suspensions, and conveniences.
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