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hey guys/gals.. i'm new to the forum here. i joined because i might be getting a bullitt. why else would i join? :smile:

anyways, i'm 17 years old. my parents said they'd get me a new car if i kept a 4.0 GPA in high school and got scholarships for college. well, i've still got the 4.0 and am probably going to get college paid for so i started looking for a car.. my dad finds a bullitt about an hour and a half away from where we live. it's highland green, number 446 i believe. it has about 780 miles on it. i went and looked at it today.. i must say that it is NICE. i'm hoping my parents stick to their promise. :smile:
 

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Dude,
Them buying the car is only half your problem..... The other half will be keeping one or both of them from keeping the Bullitt for themsleves. You will end up with a VW Jetta.....
Seriously Good luck.
 

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yeah, that's probably true.. knowing my dad he'll probably drive it more than me. that's ok though, my current car is a '66 mustang so it's not like i'm going to have to drive some crappy import when the bullitt's not around :wink:
 

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Wow! You will be one lucky ninja! Where did they find the DHG Bullitt for sale at? Where are you from? (Put it in your profile where you are from OK) thanks....
 

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last night my dad was looking through the classifides in the paper and saw something that basically said

"Mustang 2001 Bullitt, 770 miles, Mach sound system. Conway, (phone number)."

i called the guy within 5 minutes of reading it and talked to him about it, then went and looked at it today. the guy lost his job and is trying to start his own company and needs the money.. he doesn't want to sell it, but he has to. i kinda feel sorry for him, but at the same time i'm excited because i might get it.
 

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What is he asking for it? Hopefully you can get a decent insurance rate! Congrats on the GPA and good luck on the car purchase.
 

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On 2001-12-09 02:07, Mid Life Crisis #388 wrote:
Dude,
Them buying the car is only half your problem..... The other half will be keeping one or both of them from keeping the Bullitt for themsleves. You will end up with a VW Jetta.....
Seriously Good luck.

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LOL Midlife that's what happened to my kid! Ninjabob, hope you get your Bullitt and that you can afford to insure it!! I can't imagine what it costs to insure a teenage boy on a car like this. And welcome to the club.
 

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Well young man, If you see a Black Bullitt running down Hiway 63 from Mammoth Springs to Batesville that be me. "MB 4875" Mountain View,Mo.
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On 2001-12-09 02:19, ninjabob wrote:

"Mustang 2001 Bullitt, 770 miles, Mach sound system. Conway, (phone number)."

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Hmmm, I thought I was the only one in conway with a bullitt. Better check to see if my wife put a forsale sign on my car.... :wink:
 

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No for sale sign on my car.

OK, hey welcome to the club. If you are buying from some one here in Conway, AR., swing buy the house. We can talk a bit about our cars, take a few pics of the two cars together, or what ever.

FASTBULLITT


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Injoy the ride if you get it. But watch out for the parents taking the keys from you and them handing you the keys to the family station wagin....was that a front plate I say one one of those picks AGHH
 

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On 2001-12-09 14:00, BULLITTBRO1 wrote:
Injoy the ride if you get it. But watch out for the parents taking the keys from you and them handing you the keys to the family station wagin....was that a front plate I say one one of those picks AGHH
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Yeah, that’s a front plate on mine. The dealer asked me if he could put one on when it came in. I said OK. I just thought I would take it off later. My last two previous cars had a bracket that screwed on under the bumper and wrapped around to the front of the bumper. I had no idea of the mistake I had made by giving him the OK. A couple of weeks later, I removed the plate and saw the most hideous looking screw holes in the bumper. Not drilled, but wood screws forced through the rubber bumper. The two screw holes looked so bad, I decided to leave the plate on until I could come up with an idea on how to hide or repair the two holes.

Any one got any ideas?


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the guy wants what he paid for it which is $27k. he's only had it for a little while and like i said earlier, its only got 770 miles on it so it's basically new.

my dad's checking with the insurance people tomorrow. i think he's going to get full coverage under his name and then it should still cover me, that's what we've got on my '66 right now i think.

the guy that has it seems to enjoy mustangs, he's got a '90 model GT that's pretty built up. i think he said its got a supercharged 351 in it with a little nitrous. his friend was there with him and he was driving a '96 cobra i believe.. they seemed like pretty nice guys.

i'll tell my parents that there's another bullitt owner there. maybe if we buy it we can swing by afterwards and talk cars. i'll get back to you on that.
 

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I wish you good luck! Although at that age my GPA wasn't that high, my dad's intelligence was. His philosophy was, "If you want a Mustang, you deserve it when you can pay for it yourself." I bought my 1st, of many to this date, when I was 19. I never wrapped it around a pole, etc. , like everyone thought, but because I paid for it myself. I earned it. Your grades show responsibility.........so enjoy! Remember, don't rag it, brag it!
 

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Just saying whats up ninjabob,im also new to this sight but not to the mustang world thats for shure and im sure the same as you.Im 18 and proud owner of DHG#4664
and enjoy it as my daily driver/strip car.


Let us know if you get it.


Chris
 
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