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Replicated Rides: The Revology Cars Mustang
Who wouldn’t want a 1966 Ford Mustang with all the bells and whistles available in cars today? We’d be first in line. You’re looking at a replica of a classic pony car courtesy of Revology Cars, based in Winter Park, Florida. Both convertible and fastback coupe bodystyles are available. Check out some of the specs:
– Dynacorn body shell
– 5.0-liter ‘Coyote’ V-8
– electronic-controlled transmission
– power-assisted rack and pinion steering
– LED headlights
Don’t let all the luxuries fool you, though. This Mustang replica looks so authentic you may even think it’s the real thing.
Source: Motor Authority
Video Source: Revology Cars LLC
The charm of a 1966 Mustang, or other vintage vehicle, is in the the crank windows, the non-assisted steering, the manual tranny. If I want a modern car I can buy a 2017 Mustang.
John Kuhn Bleimaier