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Revology Now Offers 1967 Shelby GT500 With Modern Amenities

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Revology is taking retro to the n’th degree with its old and new 1967 Shelby GT500. The famed pony car that bears Carroll Shelby‘s name is a fully licensed re-creation of the car, but the company adds a suite of modern amenities and a modern engine to boot.

Under the hood sits a Roush 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine making 600 horsepower and 475 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual or automatic is available. Aside from the modern powertrain, underneath gets a modern makeover, too. Revology installed a fiberglass hood, double-wishbone front suspension, three-link rear suspension, rack and pinion steering, four-wheel disc brakes and a limited-slip rear differential. Resto-mod? More like retro-mod.

LED lighting compliments the old-school and modern touches, and the Shelby GT500 receives new 17-inch wheels at all four corners to finish things off. So, how much is it all? Not cheap.

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Prices start a $219,000 for a manual-transmission car. And, honestly, why would you choose the automatic in a creation like this? But, for the automatic, Revology will charge $222,480. Other options and various available trimmings will, obviously, make the final price soar.

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Written by Sean Szymkowski

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