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Discussion in 'General Mustang Discussion' started by flysure100, Mar 1, 2017.
You have several posts in this thread with just pictures and no comment. It just struck me as funny.
I figured the pictures would get people talking and speculating. I'd love to see more pics of the sheet metal they removed from the car. Maybe even hear from Jason at CR regarding how much sheet metal they can replace and still legally use the VIN.
Aw give Ol' Ed a break, after all he's a fureigner, and was born 3 years after the movie was made. I give him credit for the details he gives on his show. BTW I think the Bullitt chase scene is still the best ever filmed. I like the part where McQueen misses the turn and smokes'em backing up and taking off again. Just makes me smile
Don't forget all those extra gear changes
... and hubcaps!
from the pics you posted it looks like not much of the original car is left for sure.
I owned the Bullitt Mustang once...but my wife made me get rid of it.
Just left it in the backyard of your mexican beach house didn't ya? Filthy Americans....
Fixed it for ya . .