Lego has revealed a £120 Lego Creator Expert version of the iconic 1967 Ford Mustang.
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Thankfully the 1,470 piece Ford Mustang appears to be of the former variety - it's a faithful recreation of the ultimate pony car - the 1967 Fastback. It's around 10cm high and 34cm long meaning it's quite a decent-sized model.
Details are plentiful with Mustang badge, racing stripes, 5-spoke rims, GT logos. white seats and working steering. You can also add a supercharger, different ducktail spoiler and even a nitrous oxide tank if you wish to! Another customisation is that you can lift the rear-axle! There is also a selection of licence plates to add to the model.
You're also able to lift the bonnet (or hood, if you're in the US) and see the block 390 V8 engine with battery, hoses and air filter detailing. The boot (trunk) also opens.
The Lego Creator Expert Mustang will be available from 1 March.
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