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So I go to pick up my old high school buddy Robyn, who I haven't seen in years. I drive up in my new car (Bullitt 435), she gets in and we hit the road to find a place to have a drink and chat.

Mounted on the dash over that "non-button" next to the trac' control toggle, just below the radio and behind the shifter, I have a small photo of Steve McQueen from Bullitt. A caption below it reads "This car is driven in memory of Steve McQueen. 1930-1980"

When Robyn got in, she saw the picture and said with all sincerity, "Was that an uncle of yours?"

I almost had to pull over, as I couldn't breathe I was laughing so hard. She had no idea who Steve McQueen was. I guess to her, my car is just another Mustang.
 

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I guess we are all going to become "educators" aren't we??!!?? That was funny!! :lol: (He wasn't was he??)
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<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: chilli bullitt on 2001-09-11 00:14 ]</font>
 

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I am all too often surprised at how many people don't know who Steve McQueen was. I am a younger guy..and frankly..it was not until I turned 20 that I heard of bullitt. Hey..atleast I did shortly there after. So, I can be thankful for that exposure.
 

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I am 23 years old and I've know who McQueen was since I was very young. An awesome actor. One of my all time favorite movies, guess which one!
 
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