Ford Offers Free Mustang Revell Model Kits at NAIAS

By | January 18, 2014
Ford has announced that it will be giving away the first official 2015 Ford Mustang model kits to any who visit the Ford display at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. This is the first public appearance of the automaker's latest pony car. To celebrate 50 years of the Ford Mustang, Revell has partnered with the automaker to produce a model kit for kids of all ages. At the Ford display, the automaker will host a Make 'n Take event where visitors will be able to build the new model before the new car hits dealerships later this year. The kit is easy to put together, and most pieces snap in place, making it easy for those of any age to assemble it. "For nearly 50 years, kids of all ages have been configuring and building their own personal full-size and small-scale Mustangs, and now they can build a new dream car and take it home. Many of us grew up building model cars, and it's great to have Revell join us in Detroit with its newest model kit as we show off the all-new Ford Mustang at an auto show for the first time," said Steve Ling, Ford car marketing manager, in a recent statement. Revell released its first Mustang kit back in 1968, and has since produced more than 3 million kits of over 50 different Mustang models. The 2014 NAIAS is currently taking place at the Cobo Center in Downtown Detroit, and is open to the public until January 26. The Make 'n Take program will only continue until supply runs out. Source: Ford
 
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