Limited Edition Ford GT Snap Kits at NAIAS 2016

Going to NAIAS 2016? Get your own Ford GT (Snap Kit)

Have you ever wanted a Ford GT? Well, if you have any ounce of speed-loving passion to you, of course you have! And this year at the 2016 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), some lucky kids are going to get to go home with a free Ford GT! Of course, we mean a limited edition Ford GT snap kit, not the full-size supercar.

Limited Edition Ford GT Snap Kits at NAIAS 2016

Ford GT debut NAIAS 2015This year at NAIAS, kids that visit the Ford stand will be able to go home with a free, build-it-yourself Ford GT snap kit. These kits will feature an easy-to-assemble miniature Ford GT in 14 pieces. After the 2015 GT itself was revealed at NAIAS 2015, it is appropriate that a model version will be available in 2016. Each kit will also have a auto show stamp on the bottom to commemorate the special edition.

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“Our annual Revell Make ‘n Take model kit program has become a fun-filled auto show tradition,” said Mark Bentley, Ford Licensing manager, in a recent Ford press release. “Letting kids build their own Ford GT is a great way to introduce them to the Ford brand and create new enthusiasts.”

Revell Inc. is an Illinois-based company that has a long history of producing models, from completely painted and decorated snap kits to more hands-on versions. They have produced items for all ages groups and related to many different topics. Previous Revell snap kits of Ford vehicles that have been given away at NAIAS include miniature models of the Mustang and the F-150 Raptor. This is a great tradition that is fun for the whole family.

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If you too want a mini GT (not nearly as good as the real thing, but really, what is?) a retail line will be available in April. Those versions will be more detailed, with 28 pieces, and cost about $15.