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Not the most detailed model but wow was that fast or what?!

I'd want one. Where do I buy it?! >:D
Anxious to get behind the steering wheel of the new 2015 Ford Mustang? Well, looks you’ll have to wait until the sixth-generation pony car hits the Ford showrooms in the fourth quarter of the year.

However, if you’re willing to settle for something a bit smaller, there’s a plastic model car you can get your hands on. The miniature 2015 Mustang comes from Revell and addresses both kids and adults. It can be assembled in a few easy steps and displayed anywhere around the house or on your office desk.

You can get one of these for free while visiting Ford’s display at the Detroit Auto Show, but we guess Revell will offer the plastic model via brick & mortar and online shops as well.

“For nearly 50 years, kids of all ages have been configuring and building their own personal full-size and small-scale Mustangs, and now they can build a new dream car and take it home,” said Steve Ling, Ford car marketing manager. “Many of us grew up building model cars, and it’s great to have Revell join us in Detroit with its newest model kit as we show off the all-new Ford Mustang at an auto show for the first time.”
Visitors to the Ford display at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit can build one of Revell's brand-new scale models of the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang. The models will be available to kids of all ages courtesy of Revell and our resident expert tries his hand at building one.
 

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Good to see mustang doing this.
I know Chevy did it last year, but instead they teamed up with Hot Wheels and had a vending machine spitting them out
 

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The official petition to ban 4Bangin starts now, please quote me saying BAN.

Kidding. Anything we see on the new mustang is good, even if it isn't the actual car.
 
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