This 1968 Ford Mustang fastback Bullitt re-creation is freshly
restored and began its life as a real '68 Fastback, as documented
on its Marti Report. In homage to the Steve McQueen "Bullitt"
classic, it was carefully restored to accurately replicate the
original movie car details. The driveline consists of an upgraded
Ford FE 390ci big block V8 engine, Toploader 4-speed manual
transmission and a 9-inch rear end. The entire restoration process
was photo-documented, and the album is included with the car. It
was professionally finished in Bullitt-correct Highland Green paint
and all the exterior trim is either new or refurbished. It is
equipped with power front disc brakes, power steering and
functional hood-mounted turn signals. It has a Hurst 4-speed
shifter, factory fold-down rear seat, deluxe wood-grain interior,
correct 3-spoke steering wheel with a GT500 center cap, 8,000 rpm
tachometer, and functional clock and radio. The signal lights and
side marker bezels are painted in body color, the exterior antenna
and passenger side mirror have been removed, it has the
dual-exhaust rear valance with single exhaust tips, the rear tail
panel is blacked out, it has rear back-up light delete, the rear
gas cap is blacked out, and the fender and grille emblems have been
removed. It rides on new Torq Thrust-style wheels and tires. The
engine compartment is highly detailed, down to the decals and
smallest details. In addition, it comes with a professionally
assembled Bullitt/Steve McQueen movie wall display with many
photos, including the chase scene and prop plates as well as a
separate full-size movie poster display for car shows.
1968 Ford Mustang
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Exterior Color:HIGHLAND GREEN
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