Introducing the Must-Have 1967 Shelby GT500 Restomod for Your Automotive Dream

It is common knowledge that modern cars offer more technology, luxury, and safety features than cars of the past. Despite that, there are people who still prefer the classic cars of the bygone eras.

For instance, Ford recently introduced an all-new 2024 Mustang. This is the seventh generation of this pony car, and it beats the previous iterations of the Mustang in many areas. But some car enthusiasts believe the first generation of the Mustang is still the best one ever made.

Unfortunately, you cannot buy a brand-new first-generation Ford Mustang from the factory. But now, thanks to Revology Cars, you can buy a replica of a first-generation Mustang. This includes the vaunted 1966-68 Shelby GT 500.

Revology has a video on their YouTube Channel showing a 1967 Shelby GT500 in a Bentley Blue Metallic color. This car has all the style of the original along with some enhancements that make it even better.

Video Gives More Details On The Revology Shelby GT500

The owner of Revology cars, Tom Scarpello, goes for a ride in the 125th car that Revology has produced. It is a 1967 Shelby GT500 with an exterior adorned in a custom Bentley Meteor Blue Metallic paint with Silver Frost LeMans stripes. The interior of the car has a Ferrari Napa leather interior.

Scarpello says Revology has improved on the original Shelby GT500. For instance, the original GT500 came with small vented side windows. The downside of these windows is that create a lot of wind noise. So Revology replaces these windows with fixed ones that do not open. That reduces wind noise and makes the Revology GT500 a better car for daily driving than the original.

The heart of this GT500 is a modern 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine found in the current Mustang GT. With the Roush Supercharger, it makes 710 hp and 610 lb-ft of torque. Available transmissions are a Tremec T-56 XL 6-speed close-ratio manual or a 10-speed automatic.

Ford And Ferrari Comparison

Revology 1967 Shelby GT500 in Bentley Blue

At one point during the video, Scarpello reminisces about the time he drove a Ferrari Modena. He says a Ferrari has a unique feel to it that is unlike driving any other car. Some people say the same thing about the first-generation Ford Mustang. It was a special car, and there is nothing else like it.

Those are the folks who would be most interested in what Revology offers. They give you the opportunity to own a new 1966-1968 Ford Mustang or Shelby GT350/GT500 that has some improvements made to it that make the car better, without losing any of the original character that makes these cars so special

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