Just picked up 2 1:25 scale kit models of a'68 Ford Mustang with Steve McQueen's picture on the box. Looks really cool. And of course I've ordered 2 posters from Frank(?), still waiting to receive those. I'm planning on buying the movie soon. And I've only just begun. Can't get enough of the Bullitt.
I have those items plus (almost) all the magazines that the Bullitt has been featured in. I have 3 brochures from Ford and the Frontline magazine that featured the Bullitt, back in March I believe, that only the dealers receive that my dealer was happy to pass on to me.
All 6 Revall models in Bullitt series.
1/25scale , all 4 models
1/64 scale , both models
Bullitt Banner for dealer showroom
Bullitt Sales Brochure
Detroit Auto Show Press Kit
DVD of the movie
Vhs of the movie
Orginal movie song track score CD
Looking for La Auto Show Press Kit
Waiting for Die Cast Model in 1/25 scale
Just added to collection , Chicago Living Legends Press Kit.
Black Bullitt # 4875, 2000 SD-250 XLT Diesel 4 x 4
Winner 1967 Watkins Glen 500 SCCA "A" Sedan Race in a Shelby Prepared Group 2 Mustang Sedan
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I have all the toys, magazine articles and just about anything that I have been able to find. For me the best collectible besides the real car is my dvd copy of the movie. I ocasionally pop it in and watch the chase scene. On dvd you can stop and start it with precision and notice all the little details.
I'm not active duty but my husband is. He is currently deployed to Egypt...I am worried sick about him. It's difficult to stay behind...at least I have my Bullitt for company. How do you like Kirtland?
I'm looking at the 68 fastback as I type. It's on the computer table with the 68 charger. Of course the Stang is ahead of the Dodge by a car length! :lol: I had to assemble them both, but they have metal bodies. Quite nice. All the Mags. I can find too. We'll be glad we have the magazines 10 years from now!
Bullitt Poster (Framed)
Bullitt Press Kit
Living Legends Press Kit (Thunderbird, Focus & Bullitt)
1/25 Revell '68 Bullitt (detailed & assembled)
Road & Track, Motor Trend, Hot Rod & Mustang Monthly magazines
Miller High Life Bullitt Window Film
My Bullitt was a birthday present from him. I've wanted a Mustang since I was a little girl, so when the Bullitt came out, I figure it was destiny - I was meant to have that car. I love my Bullitt so much I was scared to drive it at first. I've since gotten over that.
internet articles and published road test
email from Mark wilson at Ford
Dealer communication from Ford dated 4/5/01
plastic from seats with labels still attached
EVERY decal that was on car when shipped was photographed and then removed and labeled in a binder with location attached and photo showing same.
I kinda went to extreme to keep these things that most people would see as unimportant,but I am funny about some things!
Now if I can just get a poster!
I have been selling Bullitt license plate frames that have been VERY popular and an option from MGW's product. They are $10.00 each and 2 for $18.00 and I pay the postage. It's a molded black plastic frame with raised chromed "Bullitt" lettering.
I have the 1/25 kit assembled, several '01 Bullitt posters, a three-page picture of David Kunz's '68 Bullitt on two wheels from Mustang Monthly, and the Bullitt movie poster. Always looking for more........
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