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Highly modified with Kennie Bell Super Charger and Maximum Motor Sport full Suspension. Less than 85,000 Miles. Asking $14,500.00 The car has many Performance modifications and a Kenwood Excelon Head Unit with HD Screen, Satellite Radio, Navigation and Back-up Camera. The car is in excellent Mechanical Condition with oil changes (Royal Purple and K&N Filters) every 5000 miles. The exterior and Interior are in great condition for a 20 year old daily driver. The driver side seat shows ware and the paint has some chips from normal driving. The car has never been raced or abused. This was a project my son and I built together. He now has a 2019 Mustang GT PP2 Black. So it's time to let go of this fun Bullitt. The car is located in the Fresno area of California. Message me with any questions. See parts list below with costs but does not include labor. Note the wheels and emblems are Plasti-Diped black. If you don't like black you can change back to original colors.

2001 Mustang GT Bullitt with 85,000 mi
Drive Train: Kenny Bell 2.1 super charger Intercooled $ 5,977.42
McLeod RST Clutch and Flywheel $ 1,186.25
Ford Performance 3:73 Rear End $ 288.23
Ford Performance Aluminum Drive Shaft $ 373.99
MGW Short Throw Shifter $ 189.00
Borla Atak exhaust $ 920.99
Maximum Motor Sports Parts:
MM Full Length Subframe Connectors Powdercoated $ 194.97
Front Suspension:
MM Caster / Camber Plates $ 209.97
MM Front Control Arms No Offset $ 399.00
MM Coil-Over Kit with Springs $ 394.94
Bilstein HD Damper Struts $ 460.00
MM Steering Rack Bushings Soild Aluminum $ 39.95
Rear Suspension:
Heavy Duty Rear Lower Adjustable Control Arms: $ 389.95
MM High Rate Torque Arm Springs $ 139.98
Bilstein HD Shocks $ 236.00
MM Torque-Arm Standard $ 479.00
MM Panhard Bar $ 399.97
Exterior:
American Racing Torq Thrust M Anthracite Wheels Front: 18x9 Rear: 18x10 $ 862.00
Wheels and emblems Plasti Dip Black
Interior:
Speedhut Custom Gauges with Bullitt heading $ 367.77
Kenwood Excelon DNX995S 6.8” HD Screen with Satellite Radio,
Navigation and Back-up Camera $600.00

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Very nice ride!!
 

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Very nice Bullitt! I hope you find a buyer that appreciates and maintains the car as nicely as you and your son have. I do have a quick question off topic, however. How do you like the McLeod RST clutch? I'm currently running a 03-04 Cobra clutch and pressure plate and when it finally goes I was considering a RST as a replacement. Similar to you, I've got a Kenne Bell 2.1L installed on my Bullitt so I need a clutch with a bit more torque capacity than the OEM Bulitt unit. The RST supposedly has a lighter pedal pressure. This is something that would be welcomed after daily driving with the Cobra clutch. I've heard the McLeod twin discs can be noisy ~1800 to 2000 rpm. Any feedback regarding clutch noise? I'm fine with a bit more drivetrain noise as the cost of improved performance, but I certainly don't want something that would get too annoying since it's my daily car. Thanks in advance for the feedback and good luck with the sale!
 

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Very nice Bullitt! I hope you find a buyer that appreciates and maintains the car as nicely as you and your son have. I do have a quick question off topic, however. How do you like the McLeod RST clutch? I'm currently running a 03-04 Cobra clutch and pressure plate and when it finally goes I was considering a RST as a replacement. Similar to you, I've got a Kenne Bell 2.1L installed on my Bullitt so I need a clutch with a bit more torque capacity than the OEM Bulitt unit. The RST supposedly has a lighter pedal pressure. This is something that would be welcomed after daily driving with the Cobra clutch. I've heard the McLeod twin discs can be noisy ~1800 to 2000 rpm. Any feedback regarding clutch noise? I'm fine with a bit more drivetrain noise as the cost of improved performance, but I certainly don't want something that would get too annoying since it's my daily car. Thanks in advance for the feedback and good luck with the sale!
The clutch is very nice! I don't notice any noise while driving the car and it has no slippage instant grab. One thing it needs 1000 miles for proper break-in so be patient. Very happy.
 

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The clutch is very nice! I don't notice any noise while driving the car and it has no slippage instant grab. One thing it needs 1000 miles for proper break-in so be patient. Very happy.
Thanks for the feedback! That's great to know. Sometimes there's a lot of opinions online, but I don't trust 99% of them. It helps to hear from someone with the same make and model vehicle. The Cobra clutch grabs great and doesn't chatter but it's definitely a bit on the heavy side for daily driving and wears one out in traffic. As I've gotten older, it's become less and less fun. I swear my left calf is bigger than my right one. Thanks again!
 
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