The third model from Original Boulevard I want to feature. I am trying to keep it as random as possible. No ranking, just the models from my Boulevard collection. A collection you can actually see, incidentally, in this viewer request video I did the other day:
The Ford GT LM is there in that image, hidden below one of the card backs. Here is a better photo or two:
I like this dark style photos, but the one thing they hide is the black spoiler. Maybe it looks better that way. Maybe not. This is the Ford GT LM casting, so it has a few features a standard – if “standard” is a word you can even associate – Ford GT doesn’t have. Like a spoiler.
Which makes this a very cool casting. It has toiled in the basic range most of its life, and now seems to be a mystery foil pack favorite. But a couple of times it has gone premium. Once in Entertainment, as a Gran Turismo model, and once in Boulevard, in this unique yellow/black combo. The Gran Turismo model is easily the most definitive release, but to be this Boulevard might be the coolest. Imagine an actual Ford GT in that deco.
I was collecting this model as a completist up until a few weeks ago actually. And as is the case with so many elements of my collection, one look at one point made me think it was too much, and I reduced the whole collection to the two premium models and what is part of my Zamac collection. I used to be far more concerned with completist collections, but I have evolved into specific lines as opposed to models. By collecting Zamacs, Car Culture, and a few others, the collections remains small but diverse. I still am a completist of several castings, but I am perfectly happy with this Ford GT LM.
I might fill in a few more gaps on Boulevard, but the best of Boulevard is in the collection now, and this is surely one.