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06-28-2019 10:16 AM
Tonykart22 But I don't want a mid engined corvette, I want a Bullitt Mustang.
06-28-2019 04:58 AM
martinbrown9980 With the mid engine Corvette coming, I'd suggest you do some more thinking about buying one.
06-27-2019 09:39 AM
Tonykart22
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That’s cute! How much are they worth there?? I might sell mine??
Nice!! In all honesty I don't know, probably not enough to justify shipping it back over there compared to what you'd get here.

Anyway you cannot drop a bombshell like that and not give details! Looks like it's running the Zetec conversion? My dad has made me swear to keep his original (which I was going to do anyway) but he recently acquired a LHD Estate (Wagon) that I want to buy off him as it would be perfect for the US, and that I intend to Zetec.







What are the odds on meeting a fellow 19 Bullitt AND Anglia 105E fan?!
06-27-2019 12:13 AM
Voo Doo
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Like above, I am 37 and when living in the UK mainly had beater daily drivers that lasted 4yrs or so. But yes when I get a Bullitt that costs more than every other car I've owned combined, I'll be owning it for life.

It will be in the garage next to this, that my dad got in 1971..

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Thatís cute! How much are they worth there?? I might sell mine??
06-11-2019 02:58 PM
Cf-105
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I'm 7258, so they aren't holding back.

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Thank you!
Seems a great group.
06-07-2019 01:15 PM
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Originally Posted by JackDW - 852 View Post
All these youngens claiming to keep their car forever. Currently sitting in my garage is a 1970 Nova SS that I purchased new. Next to it is a 1972 Plymouth Duster which my wife purchased new. I expect the 08 Bullitt will eventually be parked along side these cars. But for now, I drive the Bullitt. Mostly on road trips but it does not just sit there being pretty.
That is fantastic, having each of those cars purchased new by you and your wife.
06-07-2019 12:33 PM
JackDW - 852 Tony, like you, I also have my dad's old car sitting beside the Nova and Duster. It is a '82 Jeep Cherokee. It is also a vehicle that will never be sold.

I expect to retire next year and have lots of project to keep me busy and out of trouble. But, then again, some of those projects could get me into trouble if I go overboard.
06-07-2019 09:29 AM
Tonykart22
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Originally Posted by JackDW - 852 View Post
All these youngens claiming to keep their car forever. Currently sitting in my garage is a 1970 Nova SS that I purchased new. Next to it is a 1972 Plymouth Duster which my wife purchased new. I expect the 08 Bullitt will eventually be parked along side these cars. But for now, I drive the Bullitt. Mostly on road trips but it does not just sit there being pretty.
Like above, I am 37 and when living in the UK mainly had beater daily drivers that lasted 4yrs or so. But yes when I get a Bullitt that costs more than every other car I've owned combined, I'll be owning it for life.

It will be in the garage next to this, that my dad got in 1971..

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06-06-2019 11:11 PM
PhillyBULLITT
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Originally Posted by JackDW - 852 View Post
All these youngens claiming to keep their car forever. Currently sitting in my garage is a 1970 Nova SS that I purchased new. Next to it is a 1972 Plymouth Duster which my wife purchased new. I expect the 08 Bullitt will eventually be parked along side these cars. But for now, I drive the Bullitt. Mostly on road trips but it does not just sit there being pretty.
I'm 36. I have literally only had 1 car that I got rid of due to wanting to get rid of it. Every other car has been taken from me by a bad driver that totaled my car.
06-06-2019 09:06 PM
pwd72s With the mid engine Corvette coming, I'd suggest you do some more thinking about buying one.
06-06-2019 07:33 PM
badasbullitt My dealership is showing 7 on the lot and offering $2500 off msrp. I found out recently that has affected my trade for sure when I was inquiring about 2019 gs corvette.
06-06-2019 04:34 PM
DavidMidgley Keep in mind that the 01 and 08/09 cars were produced by Ford under license from Warner Bros. FoMoCo bought the rights to build so many using the BULLITT logo/name.

The 2019 and 2020 come with different agreement, apparently they can build as many as they desire for a set fee per year? At least that is the how it appears to me.
Whereas, the production of the 01 was completed in a rather quick manner with the intended build out of 6500, and the 08/09 were expected to be built out to however many units. But the 08 model year was complete before the number was reached, they then continued production into the 09 MY till whatever the threshold was in the license agreement.

At least that is how I recall the events of past builds.
06-06-2019 11:19 AM
JackDW - 852
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I'm all for keeping cars long term too. I bought my wife a 2015 Ford Escape in 2017 and once she decides to get another car, it will become mine until it dies (hopefully 20 yrs at least).

If I could buy a Bullitt new right now I would, but with other bills to pay I cannot justify it. Still aiming to get a deal on a late 2020 car still sitting on a lot 6 moths after production has ended. I would love to be the only owner, especially as I plan on keeping the car for life.
All these youngens claiming to keep their car forever. Currently sitting in my garage is a 1970 Nova SS that I purchased new. Next to it is a 1972 Plymouth Duster which my wife purchased new. I expect the 08 Bullitt will eventually be parked along side these cars. But for now, I drive the Bullitt. Mostly on road trips but it does not just sit there being pretty.
06-06-2019 12:32 AM
Brettt I'm going with "not very many"

I do not know how many there are on the lots everywhere, but I suspect quite a few. I would bet there are more on the lots in this area, than have been sold so far. There are currently 12 on dealer lots within 150km of me, and 7 of those are below 4,000, so they have been there a while. My dealer has 29 mustangs in inventory including two Bullitt's, which are allocations 2 & 3, so they only sold one so far (mine). And Ford Canada recently had a $6,000 delivery credit on the Bullitt, and still not too many moved.
06-05-2019 11:26 PM
Tony Alonso
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I'm 7258, so they aren't holding back.

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