I agree. :smile:DiZzyBonne said:I'm assuming Mustang Bullitt, simply because it's a Mustang, and what type? It's a Bullitt. People call it Bullitt Mustang simply because some people prefer saying the type first.
I just call it "the BULLITT" and let the chips fall where they may ... :shine:Cochese said:I agree. :smile:
Some of us (me) are lazy and call it the "B" in these forums and when conversing with other Bullittheads (Bheads?)...but when conversing with civilians (non-Bullittheads) I have most often heard Mustang Bullitt...and I like to add "GT" to that because in reality it is a type of GT. :nerd:
Also, there is a certain Bullitthead (chilli bullitt) that will go into an EXTREMELY FAST 15 second complete technical run-down of the 2001 B. It's quite amazing to listen to but after you've heard it 20 times within an hour (at car shows) you tend to tune him out. :lol:
Yes. (sort of)PhotoRick said:The window sticker says Mustang Bullitt, doesn't it?
Very simple. It's a BULLITT!When folks are standing, slack-jawed and staring, and ask, "What IS that?", I simply smile and say, "It's a BULLITT." If they inquire further, I adjust the collar on my turtleneck sweater and add, "It's the STEVE MCQUEEN SPECIAL!" And that's that. :lol:dro said:I've seen it mentioned both ways in press articles. What is the correct (or preferred) way to refer to the model?