• Ford Brings Out The Blue Oval-Themed Lego Kits At The Chicago Auto Show

Can’t afford the real thing? Make it from bricks!

There’s some pretty hot Fords on display at the Chicago Auto Show this year, but the scale might be a bit smaller than what you expect. Tucked in between the full-sized SUVs you’ll find a table with a variety of exciting auto-themed Lego kits on it. The models that first caught our eye were the 1968 Mustang Fastbacks, three of which are on display in Chicago. These kits are brand-new, and come with a racing suit-wearing figurine, a quarter-mile timing board, and a sheet of decals to bring the pony car classic to life. Lego just dropped the kit this week as part of its endlessly cool Speed Champions lineup, and with 183 pieces in the box and a price tag of just $14.99, it’s the right choice for any muscle car aficionado, young or old.

Joining the trio of ’68 ’Stangs is a number of other Ford classics. The blue truck you see is a modern F-150 Raptor, which comes complete with a hot rod Model A and a trailer to bring it to the track, plus a set of timing lights, an engine lift, a fully equipped service center, and four figurines. Then there’s a duo of racers straight from Le Mans, with a 1966 Ford GT40 and 2016 Ford GT, both of which look like they’re ready to take the fight to Ferrari. Finally, there’s a modern Mustang GT in the mix, rocking a light blue exterior with a white racing stripe down the middle.

We love our Lego kits, and these finalized builds on display in Chicago have us searching for spare change under the couch. Which one would you have?


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2018 Ford Mustang High Resolution Exterior
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