Did everone's Bullitt come with the VIN number etched on all the windows? Seems strange to be on the car from the dealer. Also the etching dosen't appear to be done well, or at least it's hard for me to read.
I would say that the Dealer charged you for that dealer installed option. The dealer that I bought my Bullitt from asked me to pay extra for it, I said no.
Where in Arkansas are you. I live just north of Hardy,Ak. in Missouri.
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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The numbers on the glass is an anti theft deterent. At time of purchase you can buy the program. It registers the numbers and if the car was stolen they would have to replace the glass to eliminate the authorities from tracing the VIN number. It is a lot harder than just swapping VIN tags.
my dealer said it saved them money on their insurance while the car was on the lot. if i paid them 200 or 300 dollars they would pay like 3000 dollars if the car was stolen. i think that was beyond what was not covered by my insurance.
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