TESTING | Revology 1966 Shelby GT350 durability testing

Thursday, December 29, 2016

The Revology 1966 ShelbyGT350 that was on the Ford stand at SEMA is not just a show vehicle, it also serves as a rolling development test lab. This past weekend we were at the American Muscle Car Museum in Melbourne, FL to put some hard miles on new components. Handling, braking, and acceleration tests were on the agenda. While we were there, our stallion got to play with an original 66 GT350 that is stabled there.  Here's a quick video from the durability testing day

Revology Cars 12/29/2016

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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.