Although it's not a '60s stang...it's still a stang, and a pretty cool gift! It's an XMODS '06 Mustang GT. You can buy all kinds of upgrades to customize it. My 10 yr old son got a Scion Tc version. It's time to RACE American Iron vs Ricer Tin! Pic1 and pic2
I could not resist this after Christmas gift to..Well - Me! :p Was $18.99 marked down to $12.99. With a $10 gift card it was less than a Big Mac! Ok it looks like the Elenor thing, but it's still cool! Cannot resist 1/24 scale Mustangs, Promos etc..
B.S. (yeah I know, the mirrors will be the first to go if it gets played with)
A 5-pack of 1/67 BigTime Muscle (JADA) cars stuffed my stocking this Christmas. Fortunately three were Fords of special interest, so I didn't mind the two additional Brand-X ballast. The package was a Target Exclusive item-- they usually have one or more exclusive every Christmas season. This 5-pack stood out as it had a gasoline hose sticking out of the side making the whole thing look like a filling pump. There was a 427SC with Shelby American logos on the side and two NICE Mustangs. The first I have for your viewing delight is a '71 Mach 1:
At the bottom of the packe was a sweet '65 chop-top coupe:
From year to year I try to see if someone has a Mustang Ornament. 2006 hosted a '76-8 era MII Cobra made by American Greetings. Like most tree decorations, this one also had some dimension issues, but overall it was pretty nice-- right down to a miniscule cobra emblem on the quarter window louvers.
Tom (Johnson) Kubler, a.k.a. 289fan, HiPo289fan, TJinSA, Fy A. Thyrio, & various other unmentionable names.
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