Island Explorers 5-pack. Disappointingly, it's just a paint difference and not a different model (as there were actually different models of the car used in the film with various extra accoutrements to differentiate them). This is still the Montana model, and it's the vehicle that doesn't get used in the film but instead gets left behind in Eddie Carr's garage. The Fontana and the Santana are the two that actually get used, so why they didn't get made in this line I have no idea. Want to check out this car to see the minor differences from the 5-pack version? If so then join me after the break...
Model Number: FMW95
Length: 3 inches
Non-Scalper Price: $1.25
* Here's a pic of the single packed Montana (left) with the one from the Island Explorers 5-pack (right). As you can see they are exactly the same sculpt with different paint on the body and rims and different colored translucent plastic for the windows.
* The Mercedes-Benz ML320 does have a lot of detail on it including the window bars, the tire mounted on top, and a winch on the front. I actually like the brighter paint scheme a bit better than the 5-pack version as it seems a bit truer to the film version of the car.
Again, I've also reviewed the Island Explorers model of this vehicle. If you're looking for more Matchbox Jurassic World: Legacy Collection vehicles, check that set out.