Right off the bat those wheels would have to go ! :smile: :evil:
There's more wrong too besides every thing that was mentioned above, I can't put my finger on it but who ever said it does't even look like a Bullitt was right on :???:
Gimme back my (Stock) Bullitt! :-B
Happiness is a Warm Bullitt...!
Frank & his
Black Beauty Bullitt # 2627
from Montvale, New Jersey
<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: krankiekat on 2001-09-06 04:10 ]</font>
I sure I've seen this car. It was displayed at a Mustang event in Manassas. I even posted the Bullitt number in another of our forums. It is a Sean Hyland Modified Bullitt, so much has been changed. It is lowered, different brakes, shocks, exhaust, tires, wheels, etc.
I live about 5 minutes from it and can go look at it if anyone is REALLY interested in buying it.
I didn't see any ring around the sticker. The interior color looks right, considering it is in bright sun. The speedo also has the old looking numbers, and I haven't seen that part out there yet. They did change the shifter and wheels though. That charger does fit in there pretty nicely though. Hmmm....
A forum community dedicated to Mustang Bullitt owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, production numbers, restoration, modifications, classifieds, troubleshooting, maintenance, and more!