I read somewhere the car is estimated to be worth half a million unrestored. It's probably the 2nd most famous car in the world after James Bond's Aston Martin DB5 used in "Goldfinger". That car was stolen and never recoverd.
Ford offered a the current owner a 100pt restoration if he would let them use the car to promote the 2001 Bullitt and obviously he turned them down. I don't know if restoring the car would help or hurt the value.
It's his car... And can do what evr he wants with it....
But I cannot believe how dumb it would be for him to fix it up (maybe paint it red) and let his teenage son drive it, and possibly let it get wrecked and distoryed ... He must not understand what he has, is just rich jerk who doesn't care... Setting next to his Porshe woopty freaking doooo... ass spanking coming on
I would estmate the value of this car to be unestmable..... It might bring more than that stupid Bus at the insanty called Barret Jackson
If ever there was case demanding minate domane (I know spelling sucks) Instead of taking old peoples homes for a new Walmart, take this fella's property (Bullitt mustang) and donate it to a chartable instution like my barn where at least it could be looked at.....
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