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Lego Race Car – 2016 Ford GT & 1966 Ford GT40

We had previously shared our Hot Wheels 2016 Ford GT Race collection. Hence, we thought to share our Lego Speed Champions 2016 Ford GT & 1966 Ford GT40 collections as well. They are a pretty nice set to play with or to display at your favorite spot.

The front box shows the 2016 Ford GT and 1966 Ford GT40 race.

 


The back of the box captures more imagination of the Ford GT race.

 


Fully assembled lego models are placed together outside the box.

 


The box came with two instruction booklets to assemble the models.

 


Meet the Lego 2016 Ford GT race car in posing mode.

 


This lego model has the liveries similar to the actual 2016 Ford GT Race Car No. 66. This close resemblance to the real race car made me love this model even more despite the fact that this model is made of Lego bricks rather than diecast material.

 


Lego is smart enough to design a pair of “C-pillars contours flaps” that resembles the real car C-pillars. The rear wing can be adjusted or tilted up and down.

 


The rims can be interchangeable using the spanner following the instructions in the booklet.

 


View of the cockpit with the roof and windshield removed.

 

Aerial view.

 

Front view.

 


Rear view.

 

Now, meet the 1966 Ford GT40 race car in posing mode.

 


This lego model has the liveries similar to the actual legendary 1966 Ford GT40 No. 2 which won Le Mans in 1966. Again, this close resemblance to the real race car made me love this model even more despite the fact that this model is made of Lego bricks rather than diecast material.

 


The front hood can be opened. The rear wing can be adjusted and tilted up and down.

 

View of the front hood opened and cockpit with the roof and windshield removed. The pair of rear upper air ducts can be adjusted 180 degrees from front to back.

 


Aerial view.

 


Front view.

 


Rear view with two protruding exhausts.

 


Finally, a portrait of the happy Ford team 🙂

 

Video of Lego Speed Champions Ford GT vs Ford GT40:

Source: Ford Europe

 

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2 Comments

  1. I was surprised so little content about the collectible lego cars. Although my son grew up playing with lego which I still have, 43 years on lego has progressed, It is a toy that you can have so much pleasure teaching the little ones how to make different things. We would spend hours building a train track and train I am so pleased that there is still an interest other than sitting playing games

    • Hi, Pam. We have lots of fun with Lego at home too. It does get the kids off the computer screens and learn to build things. Nowadays, there are many products similar and compatible with Lego that we can mix and expand our creativity. I hope to share them in my future articles 🙂

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