Yep, one of the many differentces between a Bullitt and a GT. The "unique" C-pillars. There were several Bullitts that came off the line with both GT c-pillars and some with one GT c-pillar and one Bullitt c-pillar. So check yours out, maybe you have a factory boo-boo.
I found a place that has very great information on the 01 Mustang Bullitt. At the top of this very page there is silver button with Bullitt Archives on it, click and enjoy tons of information. It has a section called what makes a Bullitt a Bullitt, complete with Bullitt parts. http://www.bullittarchive.com/7025.htm
Okay, I know about the Mach c-pillars, I'm also very aware of the archives. However, if it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, is it not a duck? Even if it says "horse" on it? I don't doubt Ford tweaked the part for the Bullitt, but really, how much, other than updating the part number? Besides, I'm just trying to make conversation and maybe have a few people think about it. Geez.
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