Thanks, without David Kunz and Anthony Bologna, this site would have never been started and unfortunately credit goes to my resto shop guy as well. The owner kept my 68 T-5 for a year for a major overhaul of the doors, axle and engine,and that's the reason I got bored and started using my PC and surfing around, I found only limited info on my favourite BULLITT 'stang. I was just in time. Now I have very little time to put my hands on my car, as I have to maintain all this website stuff. :smile:
I just got back from visiting relatives in Portland and Seattle. My brother-in-law has a 1968 Mustang GT Highland Green (original color) fastback with 390 4 speed, black interior. The car has about 49,000 original miles and he bought it in 1986 with about 36,000 miles on it. It has the same mags as the original Bullitt car. Next trip down we plan to take a bunch of pictures of the old and new bullitt together. Will post them if they turn out okay.
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