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(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST This is the new 1967 Mustang GT Lego kit assembled with the more traditional, standard options: bullet type wheels, hood scoop, top stripes, GT side stripes, rear quarter window vents, side scoop, fog lamps, etc. This model is our Attitude Of The Week starting March 17, 2019. Check out all the features and the additional options.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST Nice right-rear view of the 1967 Mustang GT Lego model. Two possible 1967 blue exterior paints include Acapulco Blue or Nightmist Blue. Nightmist blue is a bit darker so I believe this is the color the kit was simulating. The doors work, steering wheel turns the front wheels, hood and trunk opens, front seats tip up, and the mirrors are adjustable.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST Rear view of the Lego 1967 Mustang GT model kit showing off the rear GT badge, taillights, quad exhaust, and one of several license plates.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST A low front view of the Lego 1967 Mustang GT model showing off the GT fog lamps and grille.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST A peak inside shows off the cream/gold interior with full center console, manual transmission, and two dash gauges.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST A closeup of the interior of the 1967 Lego Mustang GT model showing off the nice full center console, bucket seats, and automatic transmission.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST A peak in the backseat...
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST The front seats tip up to allow access to the back seats. The back seats do fold down.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST Lego bullet type wheels and GT lower side stripe. The 49.5 x 20 are in millimeters (diameter and width)
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST The steering wheel is connected to the front wheels and allow them to be turned.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST View of the Lego S-code 390ci 4-barrel V8 High Performance engine. Does it put out 320hp like the original???
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST Nitro in the trunk.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST Here is the 1967 Mustang GT with the optional classic muscle blower, quad side pipes, front splitter, and rear wing.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST Front view of the hot rod engine blower.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST View of the optional rear wing and quad side pipes.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST Nice left view of the 1967 Mustang GT Lego kit with the optional hot rod blower, rear wing, front spoiler/splitter, and rear wing.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST Here are all the license plate options.

(from the 1979 Collection Pages) NEW POST This is a 1979 Cobra T5 in Medium Blue Glow exterior paint owned by R. Braaksma of the Netherlands. 1979 was the last year of the T5 designation replacing the Mustang name in Germany. This car is one of 168 T5's delivered in 1979 and the only T5 currently registered. This amazing car is our Attitude Of The Week starting March 9th, 2019.
(from the 1979 Collection Pages) NEW POST Nice closeup of the nearly visible T5 fender emblem on this 1979 T5 Cobra Mustang.
4 star rating4 star rating4 star rating4 star rating4 star rating (from the 1979 Collection Pages) NEW POST Rear view of a Medium Blue Glow 1979 T5 Cobra. The 1979 Mustang sales brochure says that there were 3 extra cost metallic glow paints for the 1979 Mustang: Medium Blue (3H), Medium red (2H), and Medium Vaquero (5W).

 
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