Granted, it’s not a real Mustang, but it still looks fun.
I live with an absolute Lego fanatic. We’re also both car enthusiasts, and that’s an area Lego has been catering too a lot harder lately. First, there was this awesome Lego Bugatti Chiron. Now, you can build your very own pony car thanks to this 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Lego kit. The whole assembly is 1,471 pieces, and while it’s no real driving example, it’s still a fun little project that you can keep on your desk. After all, most of us can’t shell out the dough for a real 1967 Ford Mustang (I know I can’t).
There are a few cool features on this Lego Ford Mustang, however. The kit actually gives the car functional steering, for a start. You can also remove the roof so you can peek into the detailed interior. There are even blocks with the Mustang badge and “GT” logos on them.
From there, you can decide whether you want your Lego Mustang to have a big hood scoop — because naturally you want your 390 cubic-inch V8 to be supercharged — or a nitrous oxide tank. New elements for this kit include the 5-spoke wheels, the Mustang logo tile, and the GT emblem. And did I mention the side pipes?
When its assembled, the car measures out to 13 inches long, 5 inches wide and 3 inches high. It will go on sale March 1 at a price of $149.99 (kit number 10265). Lego recommends the build for those builders that are 16 years and older.
Check out more photos of the kit below: