How many people out there would be interested in a "BULLITT" emblem to replace the standard "GT" emblem on the side of the car? This might be something we could persuade MGW to do if there was enough interest. Comments?
I don't know...I like to leave it the way it came from the factory and if someone came up along side me in Bullette, they should be able to tell it is a Bullitt by the red calipers and c-pillar and rocker panels alone, and if on the passenger side-the gas cap. I think BULLITT on the side would be too much myself.
I would have preferred nothing at all on the sides...but since we are stuck with "GT" or holes in the side I thought a BULLITT emblem would be pretty sweet. As of this update I had 105 views with 4 replies (2 yes & 2 maybe). Take a couple of seconds to reply whether you are interested or not...then we will have an idea of who does and doesn't like the idea. At this point I have to assume 101 people didn't like the idea.
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On 2001-11-08 21:15, Dillo Dave wrote:
Sorry, I'm for leaving it alone as is.....
If I were to do any thing with the GT’s on the side, I would either paint them the color of my car (DHG) or some hue of black just to tone them down. But, I’m not too compelled to do either. I also think the replacing GT with BULLITT is too much.
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To each his/her own. Me, I like my car the way it is. Just keep in mind the real Bullitt car, '68 had the badging stripped off. Then again everyone bought the car for what they want it to be. Less is better in this case. I say no to the Bullitt badge on the side.
I saw Bullitt badges on the STEEDA Bullitt at the NMRA NATS IN bowling Green KY. They were placed under the GT badges,looked kind of tacky to me.So did the big wing on the back.But what about a BULLITT BADGE in place of the horse in the grill??
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