Is that even a valid question when Classic Recreation’s ‘68 Villain costs $150,000 compared to the Ford Mustang GT’s starting price of $33,125? You tell me.
Oklahoma-based coachbulder Classic Recreations is back in business one month after state law enforcement raided the shop and impounded vehicles. The cars have been returned and company's owner wants to change a vague law he says harms reputable shops.
No bondo. No scratched-out VIN plates. No tacky graphics. In a market that encourages brainless restomods, the Classic Recreations 1967 Shelby GT500CR is that rarest of beasts: a thoughtful car. Not like thoughtfulness matters when you let 545 hp loose.