Daniel Lee Maas
June 5, 2019
Contributers: Daniel Lee Maas

Elsewhere on this site, we sat down with Tom Scarpello of Revology Cars in Orlando, FL, to discuss his company's history and philosophy on creating custom, turn-key restomod Mustangs for the most discriminating of customers. Here we present two video deep-dives into the two latest cars that the factory has built, to provide some insight into what goes into a typical Revology Mustang.

Both cars in these videos feature the Gen-3 Coyote crate engine and custom touches throughout that set Revology's cars apart from those built by most other custom shops. Watch the videos, and start building a savings account now so you can put one of these babies in your garage someday.

This Revology convertible was built for a discriminating buyer that previously had purchased a Mclaren supercar.
The interior design and materials is what sets Revology cars apart from most other restromod Mustang builders.

 

Customers can have their existing Mustangs converted to Revology's specs, but most of the cars begin as brand-new Dynacorn bodies.

 

Photography by Daniel Lee Maas