For fans of classic pony car styling that want all the modern conveniences — including a modern drivetrain — Revology Cars is now offering a 1968 Mustang. It features a host of modern conveniences, a 460-horsepower Coyote engine, and an upscale interior.
I fell in love with this car because it sets a benchmark for quality and attention to detail. — Wilson Figueroa, Revology Cars
“The ’68 Mustang is a muscle car,” Tom Scarpello, CEO of Revology Cars, said. “We added even more muscle, but more refinement as well. The result is very distinctive, like a bodybuilder in a tailored Armani suit.”
Deploying their experience from the luxury aircraft and yachts industries, Revology upholstery technicians Jay Bowersox and Wilson Figueroa created a hand-crafted interior — including the center console trunk area, door panels, headliner, seats, dashboard, and steering wheel — using the same Italian leather chosen by Ferarri.
“Every panel is wrapped in the best Italian leather,” Jay said. “Even the German square weave carpet bindings are leather.”
“We worked with our engineers on the technical part of the design and paid a lot of attention to the stitching and curvature of the leather,” Wilson added. “I fell in love with this car because it sets a benchmark for quality and attention to detail.”
In addition to the upmarket interior, the latest Revology Mustang can be optioned with either a manual transmission or a Ford six-speed automatic.
Revology 1968 Mustang New Features
• 460-horsepower Gen 3 5.0-liter Ti-VCT DOHC Coyote V8 engine w/ manual transmission
• Revised clutch geometry for reduced pedal effort
• 8.8-inch 31-spline rear w/ TrueTrac limited-slip differential
• Revised front suspension geometry w/ upgraded springs and bushings
• Motorcraft AGM battery w/ 760 CCA
• New standard equipment
• Full-length console w/ redundant switches, storage compartment, usb charge port, and dual cupholders
• 7-inch touchscreen in console
• Reverse camera
• 4.3-amp eight-stage onboard trickle charger w/ magnetic contact under rear bumper
• LED head and fog lamps
• Borla S-type 2.5-inch stainless steel dual exhaust
• Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) w/ integrated display (standard w/ run-flat tires)
• AP Racing brake package
• Forgeline wheels
• JL Audio entertainment system w/ component speakers and 800W, eight-channel Class D amplifier
If you want an all-new classic Mustang with all the modern creature comforts it will set you back $180,680 for the manual-trans version and $184,520 for the automatic version before you start adding options. For more details, you can visit the Revology Cars site right here.