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Revology’s 1968 Ford Mustang GT Pays Proper Tribute To The Iconic Bullitt: Video

Revology Cars is one of the newer names in the Ford Mustang restomod world, but it’s also one of the best. Started back in 2015 by Tom Scarpello, the former Marketing & Sales Manager for Ford’s Special Vehicle Team (SVT), Revology has built a grand total of 81 cars to date. Just last month we took a look at car #80, an amazing 1967 Shelby GT350, and now, we get an up-close look at build #81 – a 1968 Ford Mustang GT painted Highland Green Metallic, just like the original Mustang Bullitt.

Like car #80 and every Revology Mustang before it, this new 1968 Ford Mustang GT build features a stunning interior that’s stitched-up in-house. Finished in black Porsche Nappa leather with custom laser-cut Walnut veneer trim, it’s certainly nicer than anything we’d find in an old, original Mustang.

Even the door panel is a custom piece made by Revology so that it fits the door absolutely perfectly. Things like stainless steel trim, perforated leather, and seams that are spaced down to the half-millimeter demonstrate Revology’s supreme attention to detail.

In addition to that gorgeous cabin, this special 2+2 fastback is also equipped with Revology’s Special Edition Feature Package 68B, which features 17×8-inch Torq Thrust wheels with satin black painted centers, a satin black painted tail lamp panel, HID headlamps, and several other details that aim to make it more of a proper Bullitt tribute.

As Scarpello notes, anyone can build a car that looks good, but transforming a vintage machine like this into a car that can be driven daily with no squeaks, rattles, leaks, or mechanical or electrical issues is another endeavor altogether. Regardless, that’s something this former Blue Oval specialist has clearly mastered in regards to the first-gen Mustang.

We’ll have more cool videos and awesome Revology builds to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. blksn8k

    Interesting. I always considered the ’65 & ’66 Mustangs as the “first-gen” body style while the ’67 & ’68 with their slightly larger proportions and widened front frame rails and shock towers that could fit the FE big block as the “second-gen”.


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