Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

Who doesn’t like a Mustang? I have a few vintage Mustangs but probably only posted one with the ‘68 fastback driven by Steve McQueen in ‘Bullitt’. So what got me to post another one is when I bought this beauty from Rite Aid with their buy one get one 50% off.

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Here is the 1/24 ‘70 Mustang Boss 302 by Welly.

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Unlike the Mini Cooper which I featured more than a week ago, this one has slightly less individual parts. The wipers and the door handles are molded with the body and are painted with silver. The advantage I see is if you like to hold your collection, there’s less likely for you to accidentally break something.

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Here we have opening doors and the interior shows the instrument panel with gauges.

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What’s this? Batman checking the engine of the Mustang? I guess Bruce Wayne thought of this as a good backup car in case the Batmobile needs a service maintenance by using an everyday car with power which he can use to pursue the villains.

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A car Bruce Wayne would be proud of.

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