LEGO Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 75884
$22.00

Images

LEGO Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 75884
  • LEGO Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 75884
  • LEGO Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 75884
  • LEGO Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 75884
Artist:

LEGO Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 75884

Details

$22.00

Product Actions

Add to cart options
Delivered In:
2-4 business days
Click & Collect in:
2-4 business days
Availability:  In stock
Product Description

Race in classic style with the LEGO® Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback and timing board. Build this beautiful car, place the driver in the cockpit and get ready for action. Challenge your friends to races and prove that you are the ultimate speed champ!

Drive a classic race with the LEGO® Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback, featuring authentic design details and a cockpit for the included racing driver minifigure, plus a ‘timing’ board.



Item No: 5702016109054
$22.00
Product Description:

Race in classic style with the LEGO® Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback and timing board. Build this beautiful car, place the driver in the cockpit and get ready for action. Challenge your friends to races and prove that you are the ultimate speed champ!

Drive a classic race with the LEGO® Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback, featuring authentic design details and a cockpit for the included racing driver minifigure, plus a ‘timing’ board.



Item No: 5702016109054
Product Description

Race in classic style with the LEGO® Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback and timing board. Build this beautiful car, place the driver in the cockpit and get ready for action. Challenge your friends to races and prove that you are the ultimate speed champ!

Drive a classic race with the LEGO® Speed Champions 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback, featuring authentic design details and a cockpit for the included racing driver minifigure, plus a ‘timing’ board.



Item No: 5702016109054

Features & Benefits

  • Build, display and race the 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback!
  • Includes a classic Ford racing driver minifigure.
  • Age Range: 7 to 14
  • Piece Count: 183

Learn more here!

Customer Reviews

5.0 / 5.0
33 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
32
1
0
0
0
Great product, now collecting them all. 5/6 year old able to follow instructions and put together
November 4, 2019
Purchased
3 weeks ago
Bullitt Mustang
This is my first Lego Speed Champions set and Iâ??m pretty certain that it wonâ??t be my last.

The build was fairy easy, albeit a little fiddly with sausage fingers!

I decided to make my Mustang a Lego replica of the car from the Steve McQueen movie, Bullitt.

All it took was replacing the white tiles for earth green and the white brackets for black. I also omitted the front spoiler and didnâ??t use any of the stickers, including losing the pony from the front grill. Finally I swapped out the pearl gold wheels and black studs for flat silver wheels and studs.

With the addition of a Steve McQueen inspired minifigure I think the overall effect is pretty neat! It helped that the original set was so good!
June 8, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Must-have Mustang Model
I got this Mustang as a gift with purchase a while ago and at first it sat in a pile of "to be built" sets but I'm kicking myself that I didn't build it earlier, because it's great.

I'd always thought that the Speed Champions series looked a little overpriced for what they were but after building this I realise where the money is going. It's robust enough to be played with by the kids without breaking every couple of minutes but also detailed enough to be a good display piece.

After building this I went out and picked up 3 more Speed Champions cars and I'm sure anyone who bought this would do the same.

My only negatives across this and the other sets in the series (and it's a personal one that I know some people don't share) is that the "extra" bits are a bit of a nothing. On this set the timing board, whilst nice really doesn't add anything and on some of the larger sets there's a lot of add on bits that aren't needed.

I also think that there are a lot of stickers to be applied in these and it would be better to go for more printed pieces. Understandably this would add to the cost, but maybe by doing away with the extra bits the cost could even up?

Overall this is a great build and whilst I enjoyed building it, the true sign of success was the enjoyment my sons got from it when they got up in the morning and found it waiting for them.
May 30, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Cruising Back into Lego
When I was a kid pretty much everything I played with was Lego. My brother and I had a full city built throughout our bedroom that often changed, but never came down (the to of the dressers was the moon for the space sets). I had been away from Lego for some time, but after getting into Lego Dimensions and loving the feeling of putting together those little micro-kits, I had to get my hands on something bigger.

The Speed Champions '66 Mustang Fastback is my first foray back into Lego in quite some time, and I loved it! The predominantly green coloring is reminiscent of the iconic Mustang from the movie "Bullitt" (I've named the minifig Steve), and while it pulls visual cues from various Mustang designs it's easily recognizable as a Mustang. (On a side note, I'd love to find all the green pieces in red and build Wheels with this set from the old Pole Position cartoon.)

When it's assembled it feels solid in my hand, this things not going to break apart, and there's nothing loose that feels like it's going to flop around or come off (like the exhaust pipes). (BTW, I said build time was an hour, but truthfully I didn't pay attention to time.)

The additional piece of the time trial counter is a nice touch, but I would have preferred something more pit-stop looking. But that's just me.

All-in-all I couldn't be more pleased with my first build with Lego in such a long time. I had so much fun putting this together that I immediately wanted to pull it apart and rebuild it. It a great set, a great build, and a great model when fished. It's an excellent start to my new collection, and I think it would make a great addition to anyone's growing collection.

Next, on to Voltron...
May 15, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Cruising Back into Lego
When I was a kid pretty much everything I played with was Lego. My brother and I had a full city built throughout our bedroom that often changed, but never came down (the to of the dressers was the moon for the space sets). I had been away from Lego for some time, but after getting into Lego Dimensions and loving the feeling of putting together those little micro-kits, I had to get my hands on something bigger.

The Speed Champions '66 Mustang Fastback is my first foray back into Lego in quite some time, and I loved it! The predominantly green coloring is reminiscent of the iconic Mustang from the movie "Bullitt" (I've named the minifig Steve), and while it pulls visual cues from various Mustang designs it's easily recognizable as a Mustang. (On a side note, I'd love to find all the green pieces in red and build Wheels with this set from the old Pole Position cartoon.)

When it's assembled it feels solid in my hand, this things not going to break apart, and there's nothing loose that feels like it's going to flop around or come off (like the exhaust pipes). (BTW, I said build time was an hour, but truthfully I didn't pay attention to time.)

The additional piece of the time trial counter is a nice touch, but I would have preferred something more pit-stop looking. But that's just me.

All-in-all I couldn't be more pleased with my first build with Lego in such a long time. I had so much fun putting this together that I immediately wanted to pull it apart and rebuild it. It a great set, a great build, and a great model when fished. It's an excellent start to my new collection, and I think it would make a great addition to anyone's growing collection.

Next, on to Voltron...
April 26, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Bullitt Mustang
This is my first Lego Speed Champions set and Iâ??m pretty certain that it wonâ??t be my last.

The build was fairy easy, albeit a little fiddly with sausage fingers!

I decided to make my Mustang a Lego replica of the car from the Steve McQueen movie, Bullitt.

All it took was replacing the white tiles for earth green and the white brackets for black. I also omitted the front spoiler and didnâ??t use any of the stickers, including losing the pony from the front grill. Finally I swapped out the pearl gold wheels and black studs for flat silver wheels and studs.

With the addition of a Steve McQueen inspired minifigure I think the overall effect is pretty neat! It helped that the original set was so good!
April 26, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Great Build with excellent price
Overall easy build. My son and I completed fairly quickly with no issues. Great for a beginner in my opinion. If you love Mustangs this is for you. We add a minor touch at the end!
April 19, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Awesome Detail!!!
I bought 2, one for my 7 year old son and one for myself since I am a big Mustang fan. Build was fairly easy, but, the attention to detail and design is really cool.
Absolutely love the rear tail lights.
My son and I built ours together in about 30-45 mins and he only needed putting on the sticker so the stripes line up on the roof and door panels.
For $15 these Speed Champions sets are a no brainer for kids and adults. We will be completing the entire S.C. individual car sets!
April 14, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Cruising Back into Lego
When I was a kid pretty much everything I played with was Lego. My brother and I had a full city built throughout our bedroom that often changed, but never came down (the to of the dressers was the moon for the space sets). I had been away from Lego for some time, but after getting into Lego Dimensions and loving the feeling of putting together those little micro-kits, I had to get my hands on something bigger.

The Speed Champions '66 Mustang Fastback is my first foray back into Lego in quite some time, and I loved it! The predominantly green coloring is reminiscent of the iconic Mustang from the movie "Bullitt" (I've named the minifig Steve), and while it pulls visual cues from various Mustang designs it's easily recognizable as a Mustang. (On a side note, I'd love to find all the green pieces in red and build Wheels with this set from the old Pole Position cartoon.)

When it's assembled it feels solid in my hand, this things not going to break apart, and there's nothing loose that feels like it's going to flop around or come off (like the exhaust pipes). (BTW, I said build time was an hour, but truthfully I didn't pay attention to time.)

The additional piece of the time trial counter is a nice touch, but I would have preferred something more pit-stop looking. But that's just me.

All-in-all I couldn't be more pleased with my first build with Lego in such a long time. I had so much fun putting this together that I immediately wanted to pull it apart and rebuild it. It a great set, a great build, and a great model when fished. It's an excellent start to my new collection, and I think it would make a great addition to anyone's growing collection.

Next, on to Voltron...
April 12, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Bullitt Mustang
This is my first Lego Speed Champions set and Iâ??m pretty certain that it wonâ??t be my last.

The build was fairy easy, albeit a little fiddly with sausage fingers!

I decided to make my Mustang a Lego replica of the car from the Steve McQueen movie, Bullitt.

All it took was replacing the white tiles for earth green and the white brackets for black. I also omitted the front spoiler and didnâ??t use any of the stickers, including losing the pony from the front grill. Finally I swapped out the pearl gold wheels and black studs for flat silver wheels and studs.

With the addition of a Steve McQueen inspired minifigure I think the overall effect is pretty neat! It helped that the original set was so good!
April 8, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO