Tom Scarpello, Founder of Revology Cars, interview
Imagine being able to create your dream car, old school looks and new school performance, handling and systems. Whether it be a 1965 Mustang Coupe, a 65 Fastback or classic Mustang 66 convertible. Tom Scarpello has created this dream, and made it available to the world. His dream. The market seems to agree. – His company Revology has had a backlog of orders since they launched. Now, they are expanding our production capacity and adding new models. They have a talented team of engineers and technicians who design and build our vehicles to the highest level. Their intention is to deliver the best-built, best performing, most fun-to-drive specialty automobiles on the market, for people who value quality and appreciate attention to detail. Welcome to Ford Mustang The Early Years podcast.
Questions Tom and I talk about:
- Are these all one of a kind “classics?”
- Tell me about your story brother, it’s like a dream come true?
- You used to work for Ford, what did that look like?
- Share some info on your team, they’ve got to all be car lovers
- What’s your biggest challenge … the purists out there, the market, engineering?
- Did you have any idea the business would do what it’s doing?
- What’s next for Revology?
- Who are your clients?
- What’s in your garage?
- Do you guys tour?
Very soon Revology Cars will be launching a parts division to market exclusive Revology-developed parts and component kits to owners of vintage Mustangs who wish to upgrade their cars’ performance, reliability, comfort, and safety.
If you own a Mustang or classic car, have you named your car? If so, what is his/her name?: Lumpy, Chip, Daisy, Slim, Rusty (Revology prototypes and mule cars)
Tom bought his first Mustang in 1982, a 1965 Mustang Fastback
Revology Cars LLC
6756 Edgewater Commerce Parkway
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Thanks for listening, keep it safe, keep in rollin’ and keep it on the road! Until next time.