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Could you post some pics?
 

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vasj said:
Thank-you Jeff, I must profess, I am no expert when it comes to these cars. I've mostly had old stuff, 67 and 69s. I have a 69 Mach 1 SCJ as well. I have had several late model mustangs (84s,86s,87,94) but not a 01 Bullitt. I appreciate the correction on the color. Infact, the color is one of the main reasons I love this car so much. My first car was a 68 Highland Green Metallic 428 Galaxie XL. The color is one of my all time favorites. My best friend has a brand new 08 Bullitt and I can't believe the overall performance and looks of that car. I'm assuming the color on the 01 is close to the color of the 08s? There seems to be a great deal of very nice 01s coming on the market lately. If I can't find a comparable trade, I'll sell my 72 outright and either buy an 01 or an 08. I love them both!
Yes, the color of the '01 and '08 is very close. Not an exact match as far as I can tell, but very, very close. Both colors are actually a little darker than the original Highland Green from the late 60s.
 

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vasj said:
I would like to post some images, but dont know how?
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That is one beautiful Mustang there! You don't see many of those years around much anymore, especially in a vert. I like the early years Mustangs that have the 'colored' interiours to match the exterior color like yours. :smile:
 

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That is one beautiful Mustang there! You don't see many of those years around much anymore, especially in a vert. I like the early years Mustangs that have the 'colored' interiours to match the exterior color like yours. :smile:
i could not have said it any better....Vicki.
 

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As others have said, it is without a doubt a wonderful car. If a Bullitt owner does not trade as you wish, I would hope it finds it's way to a good home.
 

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WOW! So, when is a good day for you to pick my Bullitt up??
Any underhood shots?

Now really...Why do you want to trade that beautifull car off, for a newer Bullitt?
 

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I almost rescued a brown one like that from this kid for 600.00 (Although not quite in the condition you'res is! :wink:) He called me 2 weeks after I bought the Cougar. Oh well. That really is a nice car. Hope you find a way to keep that and get a Bullitt!
 

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You definitely have a jewel there!! Think twice about letting it go. Would a bit more power under the hood make you want to keep it?
Remember, your car can only appreciate more....Any Bullitt would loose money,for quite a few years yet.
I still have my 1985 5.0 Mustang coupe. With 17,000 miles it still looks new,always a garage car,get lots of compliments on it,will still hold on to it!
 

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How about a really nicely modded, very high-powered '01 garage queen for the '69 Mach?!? Guaranteed to make you popular at any car show ;) ;) ;).

Seriously, that's a very nice '72, good luck with the sale/trade. And look forward to seeing more of you here when you get your Bullitt!
 

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this is an awesome site. definitely will be an active member once I become an owner!
Love that 85 coupe. I loved those too. I had a beautiful 86GT, I still regret selling it today! It was an awesome car.
thanks
 
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