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Car and Driver: Ford Mustang, F-150 Raptor Hit the Bricks with New Lego Sets

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LEGO Mustang

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In its 50-plus-year history, the Ford Mustang has been rendered in miniature with countless model versions, but now for the first time, the Mustang has been rendered in Lego bricks. As part of its Speed Masters series, Lego has introduced a Mustang set—as well as one featuring the Ford F-150 Raptor.

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LEGO F-150 Raptor

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The Mustang kit comes with the car, a mechanic minifigure, and a lap-time sign. Total brick count is 185 pieces, with a retail price of $14.99. The F-150 Raptor sets is more involved; besides the truck, it also includes a car-hauler trailer, a Model A hot rod, a mechanic’s station, a drag-strip Christmas tree, an engine stand, and a minifiG. That’s 664 pieces, for $49.99.

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On hand for the announcement of the new kits at the Detroit auto show were Ford president Joe Hinrichs and Lego lead designer Craig Callum. We’re pretty sure we know who has the better job.

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