"Everything about this Ecto-1 was incredibly satisfying as you got to watch the car take shape and play with the mechanisms as the building progresses. The main difficulty comes from aligning the pegs when placing the roof onto the windows because if you try to press too hard, it will cause the windows to collapse outward. Once you’re done, this is something you can play with as if it were a miniature version of the real thing!"
"This kit was so much fun to assemble! I loved watching the car slowly come together especially the highly detailed interior parts such as the engine block, dashboard, etc. Although you have to remove a portion of the roof to access the steering wheel, turning the steering wheel does actually turn the front wheels just like a real car and that is so cool. The manual tells us about how the original ‘67 Mustang was designed to be customizable so each owner can have their own version of the car. This is illustrated in the kit by allowing you to add optional souped up parts such as supercharger on the engine block, a special front bumper extension, rear spoiler, side exhaust pipes, and even a nitrous tank in the trunk so you can make any version of the Mustang that you want."
"This thing replicates not only the appearance of the Aston Martin, but also all the gimmicks such as the revolving license plates, the bulletproof shield, tyre scythes, machine gun headlights, and even the ejector seat! The only downside I can see in this kit is the inability to swivel the front wheels to simulate steering but this is because of the mechanism for the machine guns taking up the space that would otherwise have been used for the steering mechanism. I had a lot of fun throughout the entire building process and everything looks absolutely showcase-worthy!"