NEWS RELEASE | Revology Takes The Wraps Off Its New Reproduction 1966 Shelby GT350 With Ford Motor Company At SEMA

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Las Vegas, NV – One of the world’s most prized classic muscle cars, the 1966 Shelby GT350, is reborn at the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas. Revology Cars, the Florida-based manufacturer of totally reengineered, all-new reproduction 1965-1967 Mustang and Shelby automobiles, revealed today its newest reproduction model, the Shelby GT350, on the Ford Motor Company stand at SEMA.


Revology works with Ford, GM, and the top brands in the automotive aftermarket to build authentic reproductions of classic Mustangs and Shelbys featuring modern technology to improve performance, reliability, drivability, comfort and safety, and to reduce emissions.


“We have an extraordinary roster of very capable suppliers,” said Tom Scarpello, Revology Cars’ founder and CEO. “We are able to leverage their expertise in so many areas, so we can push even further to produce the very best possible vehicle.”


The new Revology Shelby GT350 looks like a pristine original GT350. But underneath its eye-catching design, Revology has worked its magic.


Starting with the new 435HP Ford “Coyote” V8 engine, the mechanical specification reads like an enthusiast’s dream. The engine breathes through 1 7/8 inch headers from Ultimate Headers and a Borla 2.5 inch stainless steel mandrel bent exhaust, and is backed by a Tremec T-56 6-speed, Dynotech 3.0 inch steel driveshaft, and a Currie 9.0 inch rear end with Eaton TruTrac limited slip differential.


Steering is power rack and pinion and the chassis features a double wishbone front suspension and three-link rear with torque arm and Panhard rod, developed by Total Cost Involved. The brakes, sourced from Wilwood Engineering, feature large 330mm slotted and ventilated rotors with six piston front and four piston rear Quicksilver™ calipers, with high performance pads. A Hydratech hydroboost system and E-Stopp electronic parking brake round out the braking system.


Built from a Dynacorn Classic Bodies licensed Mustang unibody, and featuring Glasurit paint, Vintage LED exterior lighting, and Vintage Wheel Works V45 17×8 aluminum wheels with Bridgestone Potenza S-04 Pole Position tires, the Revology Shelby GT350 looks right at home on the Ford stand.


The interior features a Vintage Air Gen IV fully electronic air conditioning/heat/defrost system, Scott Drake reproduction Shelby wood rim steering wheel and gauge cluster, Dakota Digital electronic gauge cluster w/ LED lighting and LCD message center, Seat Belt Planet three-point retractable seat belts, Glide Engineering heated and ventilated seats with power fore/aft and manual recline, and Pioneer in-car entertainment system with navigation, Bluetooth, voice recognition, reverse camera, power amplifier, and eight speakers.


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Packed with the very best components available, the Revology Shelby GT350 represents an exclusive, hand-built vehicle designed for the discerning enthusiast.


Complete information on Revology’s revised lineup can be found on the Revology website atwww.revologycars.com or by contacting Revology Cars directly at (800) 974-4463.


About Revology Cars As the name implies, Revology focuses on automotive “re-engineering” and “evolution”. The concept behind the company is to bring a scientific approach to the redesign of classic automobiles, utilizing modern components and manufacturing processes to improve their performance, reliability, durability, fuel economy, safety, and comfort, while retaining their essential character and style.


In addition to brand new reproduction automobiles, Revology offers component kits and parts. Revology Cars, Inc. is based in Orlando, Florida.


Please direct media inquiries to John McCormick. Email: john@revologycars.com Tel: (734) 604-4768.

11/1/2016

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I think it’s fantastic that someone is taking the original Mustang and making it usable for today; the ability of getting up in the morning and starting the car every time will be great. I will always love the looks. It’s nice they haven’t screwed with it as well