CRAFTMANSHIP | The Body Part 1

Wednesday, May 4, 2016
 
Revology Cars use a brand new, Ford-licensed body.  The Mustang does not have a frame, it is a unibody car.  That means it is absolutely critical that the body structure is perfect, especially when you are moving to a high horsepower engine with an upgraded chassis, that will stress the body beyond what it was originally designed to handle.
 
In our video series "How we build the Revology Mustang", we will take you through why we use a brand new, 100% steel, Ford-licensed unibody.  Check it out! 
 
Revology Cars 5/4/2016

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Having ridden in the car, we can definitely say the Revology machines sound great and perform far better than a classic Mustang with a period-correct powertrain. Moreover, the handling and NVH qualities are vastly better than the vintage hardware we have sampled, even those with newer engine swaps.  Moreover, the car turns and corners better than a classic ever thought it could. Clearly all the work put into hand-building these cars is paying off.