The 1960s is very identical with muscle cars. This type of car has a strong resistance and quite reliable in maneuvering. One of the memorable muscle cars of that era was the 1967 Shelby GT500. The 1967 GT500 was the last Shelby Mustang that was built at the Shelby facility in Venice and the car with the highest performance engine for the model of its time. And to pay homage to the car, Florida based automaker, Revology Cars redesign the 1967 Shelby GT500.
Revology improves functionality, performance, power, and safety features while retaining the look and basic architecture of this car. The body of the car made of steel. This car also uses a double wishbone for front suspension, three links for rear suspension, and pinon power steering. To support the performance, the 1967 Shelby GT500 is powered by all aluminum 5 liter V8 supercharged Coyote engine packed into the car body without having to modify the hood.
For the interior, Revology equips the 1967 Shelby GT500 with leather sport bucket seats, wood-rim steering wheel, a variety of cutting-edge technologies such as power windows, Bluetooth connectivity, and remote keyless entry. While the interior theme of this car is dominated with a brushed-aluminum dashboard and trim. This cool car also features front seat with three-point harnesses, a steering column with collapsible shaft, and four-wheel disc brakes for safety features.