I’ve had this one for a while, but it’s still gorgeous.

The engine cover doesn’t stay up on its own, so I had to use a wooden stick.

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One downside of the weird door/roof shape is that it’s really tough to get an iPotato inside for alternate interior angles. It’s also unusual for AutoArt to ignore critical details such as the lack of aluminum accents. The real Ford GT uses aluminum for the gauge cluster, center console, door sills, and seat rivets.

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The engine bay looks incredibly detailed. One thing worth mentioning: I think AutoArt has gotten better over the years at making plastic pieces look less plasticy. The support braces and supercharger look like painted plastic, not meteal. Modern AutoArt models look more convincing in my opinion.

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I’m honestly not sure why Ford even bothered to have an opening frunk considering it is only big enough to accommodate the trunk lid itself.