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Custom 1965 Ford Mustang . Its finally done!! I spent about seven hours time building this car and I have to admit it came out great as my first attempt at a large scale car. This Custom Mustang features racing stripes, a custom interior and a set of custom rims. This car is 16 studs wide and everything opens except the trunk. . I built the 1965 Mustang because I think it looks better than any other generation of Mustang. I think I did a great job capturing the shape of the 1965 Mustang but as always, the judging is left up to you. Under the hood lies a powerful Ford Racing V8 engine built by Roush Performance. The seats of this car are salvaged from a Ferrari and the dashboard is custom built. Notice the tilting ait vent. Here are some more pictures of my Mustang. 8/21 Update: I have almost finished a custom surf pickup, just need the last bits to complete it. An order has already been placed for a few bricks from Lego.com and should arrive shortly.


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