Over in the USA the replica movement got a serious boost when the ‘Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Act of 2015’ part of the far-reaching Highway Construction Bill, which came into force just over a year ago.

In a nutshell it means that low volume manufacturers in the USA can take advantage of the provision that allows them to build up to 325 replicas a year subject to federal regulatory oversight focussing on cars that are now over 25-years old.


One such manufacturer on a mission to make ‘old cars better’ is Orlando, Florida-based Revology Cars, who make three delicious-looking takes on the 1966 classic ford Mustang theme in fully-built guise – K-GT Convertible (from the equivalent of £127,644), K-GT 2+2 Fastback (from approximately £134,488) and a Shelby GT350 replica (from approximately £150.523).

With bodies licensed by Ford, the Revology trilogy feature new technology within their classic lines also featuring Ford 5-litre Coyote V8s producing around 435bhp and Trenec T-56 six-speed gearboxes. Absolutely stunning, I reckon.

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