With the model of car Ford Mustang I, which has been built and sold in this form 1964 to 1966, the model carmaker Greenlight brings a touch of horror in the showcase of the collector. The miniature forms to the Mustang coupe, which was seen in the first season of the most successful television series "The Walking Dead". Greenlight Thus proves once again as a committed licensee as regards the reduction of vehicles from film and television, because whether it is cars from "Jurassic Park" or "Lost" - Greenlight brings them all. Here are the models not toys, but as in the case of the Mustang coupe 1:18 I meticulously produced images, which are in details nor lacking as to accuracy of the work. The interior, for example, is a blast including wood steering wheel.
The presented Mustang is made of zinc die-cast, providing collectors around to open doors and hoods, which offer a wide insight acquisition is made possible in many artisanal beautiful details. Only a detail is missing: There is not a bloodied zombie on board. Too bad, but it is also such a thing with the product liability when a model car or a part thereof its collector bites in the fingers. We particularly like on the beige Mustang that impression and look coincide exactly with the famous model. Under the hood lies a fantastically detailed and remanufactured with many colors in scene set power set, as there is no more to see him in today's models models like this. Alone therefore it is already worth to buy the Mustang.
Two milestones: Mustang as well as the series
The Mustang swung its 2.8 to 4.7-liter power units from 74 kW / 100 hp to 199 kW / 271 hp and attributed to its premiere, the class of drugs called pony cars, so smaller vehicles with high-volume engines for relatively little money. A comparable roughly milestone in the television business was "The Walking Dead" as the comics-based 2010 series flickered across the screens. No wild zombie Gebeiße from the trash area, but a dramatically serious structured plot around a zombie apocalypse attracted viewers who otherwise these issues compared to close themselves. In the leading role especially actor Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes impressed. And our conclusion about the model: The just as impressive as Lincoln and has certainly its right to exist in collections of Mustangs and movie cars.