There's pro touring and then there's this.
The 2016 Revology Mustang is not going to be the car for everyone. The idea is one we've seen before, but we're happy to see that it's especially well executed here. The idea is to take either an existing 1964-1966 Mustang or use one of the Ford-licensed bodies-in-white available to make a much more modern machine that still has all of the classic looks. The chassis is completely modern, and includes a totally redesigned suspension setup as well as vented disc brakes at all four corners.
The exterior lighting is all LEDs, and while the interior keeps a lot of the original look, it too is thoroughly updated and modern. Under the hood is a circa 2008 302 Windsor V8 with fuel injection.
The 265 horsepower it produces isn't exactly drag strip-ready, but Revology does offer a 100,000 mile warranty on the engine and transmission. You can have it painted in any original Ford color and there is even remote keyless entry. But now for the bad news: the starting price for the fastback is $119,500 and the convertible starts at $122,000. That's a lot of money, but then it is quite a car.