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Revology Mustang Replica by no2pencil
Started on: 03-10-2015 12:10 PM
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Last post by: Tuna Helper on 03-12-2015 08:32 AM
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Replica cars — like Shelby Cobra kit cars, or those tragic Pontiac Fiero-to-Ferrari conversions — are typically based on unattainable classics and sold for a fraction of the price of the real thing. Yet one Florida company has gone against the grain: Revology, based in Winter Park, Fla. will start selling replicas of the 1964-66 Ford Mustangs that mix authentic bodies with modern technology — all for $119,500.


An interesting concept, & a little shoutout from the opening statement. Just saw this today & thought I would share.
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They must not have looked in Texas because you can still get a decent shaped 64-66 Mustang for under 15K here.
I know a lot of you like new technology but personally I want an old muscle car for the "oldness" of it with the lack of any emissions.
A car that, if it didn`t run, could only be a couple of things.
That you don`t need a scan gauge to get an idea of what might be wrong.
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The last sentence of the article "..... we know it beats a Chevy 350 shoehorned into a Fiero-ghini. "
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I would purchase a nice restoration for about $100,000.00 less....WOW!
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So they are taking a dyna core reman body, and slapping it together, and charging 120k..
the dyna-core body's list for 14999.oo

and you still are stuck with a car that has no vin until the first owner takes it to the rmv..
That's why they are using newer engines. if you live in a state that list a kit/constructed vehicle by the year it is completed.. it will have to pass 2015 emissions..
what does the 2015 gt350 mustang cost?? 53k
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Here in Utah I could title that as a 65 Mustang. And thus it would be forever by law. Sweet. Now I have to forget all the other awesome cars I could get for that kind of money....
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I like the newer version better, anyway and for less, except for the 15 the front now looks like a fusion. I like the fusion but the mustang should have stayed it own design.
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Originally posted by TXGOOD:

They must not have looked in Texas because you can still get a decent shaped 64-66 Mustang for under 15K here.
I know a lot of you like new technology but personally I want an old muscle car for the "oldness" of it with the lack of any emissions.
A car that, if it didn`t run, could only be a couple of things.
That you don`t need a scan gauge to get an idea of what might be wrong.


I agree Completely with this statement.
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So it's like a pre-Equus replica?



Just what we need!
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Report this Post03-12-2015 08:32 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Tuna HelperClick Here to Email Tuna HelperSend a Private Message to Tuna HelperEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
If I'm going to pay that much for a Mustang, it's going to be Ken Block's 845 HP, all wheel drive, tube chassis '65 gymkhana-mobile.
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