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The glass is also unique. This was bound to happen, but just think how much it would cost to clone a Bullitt completely. TONS! ..........and he still won't have the real deal! :lol:
 

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The interior pieces are also unique, I had by the way 1 c-pilar from a regular GT and 1 from the Bullitt. I have had this corrected, luckily the interior and the glass were correct.
 

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I've read it would cost @ $8,300 for all the parts to make a GT into a Bullitt. I assume that includes the wheels and tires and does not include labor.
 

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I've read it would cost @ $8,300 for all the parts to make a GT into a Bullitt. I assume that includes the wheels and tires and does not include labor.
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Just a decent exterior paint job using 2 stage clear coat would be 3 grand, not including painting inside the door jams, trunk and engine compartment.
 

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I guess it would be easier to clone a
black or true blue GT since the GT could
already be black or true blue but not dhg.
HMMMM...
 

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That is me bidding for my daughter 2001 Black Mustang Standard Coupe 6 cylinder manual trans. I have all the pieces except the motor. She wanted a Bullitt but no way would I buy one for her.
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