|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-03-2018 01:19 PM|
Originally Posted by Droopy View Post
|01-30-2018 12:29 PM|
|akoivula||Nice pics, interesting piece of history. Neat to see the camera mounts|
|01-30-2018 12:21 PM|
Wow- what great pics.
Never knew the car had aftermarket steering wheel and a Hurst Shifter.
|01-30-2018 09:43 AM|
Originally Posted by JUST 1BULLITT View Post
The third owners used the car. It was his wife's daily driver for a while while she was teaching. Like so many of us life happens and those things you were going to do just don't get done when you would like. Really this car had limited appeal until the late 1980's when Brad Bowling went digging for treasure.
Bullitt Mustang #559 Revealed to Public ? BradBowling.com
|01-29-2018 10:30 PM|
|Steve68Cougar||Thanks for posting those. Makes me feel a little better about the shape my old car is in.|
|01-29-2018 05:53 PM|
|JUST 1BULLITT||WILD! You would think that original Family would've taken better care of it somehow...but to each their own; at least they kept it all those years and are sharing it now...|
|01-29-2018 05:33 PM|
Dave Kunz Barn Photos
Here are photos of the hero car when it was in the Kentucky barn. Some background on these. Sometime in the 90's an employee working on the farm the family owns told the story of a Mustang in the horse barn and someone put two and two together. they went onto the property and took photos. Dave was sent the photos on the condition that he not publish them.