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Lego ‘Speed Champions’ Ford Mustang Build In Under A Minute: Video

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Much to the delight of handsy car fans everywhere, Lego has just released their “Speed Champions” kits for the sixth-generation Ford Mustang and Ford F-150 Raptor. The kits are available for purchase from the Lego online store.

Autoblog was quick to acquire one, taking video of the build process from start to finish for us all to enjoy. The kit has just 185 pieces, enough to snap together rather quickly, while providing enough parts to build the car, a racing driver, and a timing board – perfect if you plan on plunking your Lego Ford Mustang down in an imaginary scenario where it must race, say, a Lego Chevrolet Camaro (also available).

The finished product is plenty cool, boasting decals to replicate the upper and lower grilles, lights, and badges, so that the finished product is unmistakably a Ford Mustang. It even has a translucent windscreen so that you can look in and see how your little driver is fairing in his ABS cockpit, and make sure he isn’t botching any gear shifts.

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The Ford Mustang Lego “Speed Champions” retails for $14.99.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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