The Revology Shelby GT350 looks perfectly period thanks to the Ford-licensed steel body – until you spot the huge Wilwood brakes, five-spoke, Torq-Thrust-like wheels, and Bridgestone Potenza S-04 tires. They're the main exterior giveaways of this car's true nature, while the bigger betrayals come in the cabin. For one, there's a 9,000-rpm tach, which sits in an LED-illuminated instrument cluster. To the right, owners can spend $4,895 on a Pioneer infotainment/navigation screen. Along with a standard Alcantara headliner, it's pretty clear this isn't a product of the mid 1960s.
Under hood, Revology paired Ford's familiar 5.0-liter, Coyote V8 with a Tremec six-speed manual transmission and a Ford nine-inch rear end. An Eaton limited-slip differential helps deploy the power, while a control-arm front and a 3-link rear suspension keep the Wimbledon White side of this Mustang facing the sky.
Prices for the Revology Shelby Mustang start at $187,500, while you can upgrade to the iconic GT350H rental car for just $650 more. That includes the 5.0-liter V8 and six-speed manual, although for some reason, Revology is also selling a version of its GT350 with a four-speed automatic. Don't spend the $4,500 Revology is asking for the two-pedal model. Other options include a $5,425 Competition Prep Package (roll bar, 16-gallon aluminum fuel cell, and fire extinguisher), a $425 LED headlamp upgrade, and adjustable coilovers for $3,125.