17. Michael Filous 2001 Bullitt #5315. 83,000 miles. I have owned the car since 2006. Mostly Factory stock.
85. Nancy Carman 2019 Bullitt
156. Lindsay Gertson 2001 Bullitt It’s a Dark Highland Green 2001 Mustang GT Bullitt, number 3443 of 5582 produced. Modifications include JLT CAI, BBK offroad X pipe with Flowmaster original 40 series mufflers, Eibach Sportline lowering springs and Bullitt style Anthracite 17x9 and 17x10.5 with 275/40 and 315/35 Nitto NT555 G2 tires.
164. Christopher Anderson 2020 Bullitt This is my Shadow Black 2020 Bullitt Mustang. Modifications are limited to cross-drilled and slotted brake rotors and high-temperature brake pads.
280. Bob Mclean 2001 Bullitt Meet Sally. Sally is my 2001 Ford Mustang GT Bullitt Edition Sometime prior to 2001 Ford decided to commemorate the 1968 Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in the movie Bullitt. Ford originally planned to build 6,500 of the 2001 Bullitt edition Mustangs but an inability to obtain needed parts caused them to stop production at 5,582. Of this number, 3041 were painted Dark Highland Green (the color of the car McQueen drove in the movie), 1,819 were painted Black and 722 were painted True Blue. Using a special decal Ford had each car’s production number posted in the engine bay on the driver’s side shock tower. Sally wears production number 1746. The car was designed to be good handler so it was lowered 3/4 of an inch, received Tokico shocks, and short length sub-frame connectors. In addition, a new intake design, high-flow mufflers, and special underdrive pulleys helped increase the power to a conservative 265 hp, though many owners report numbers closer to the 270-275 range. More telling is the torque curve, which was vastly improved over the base GT models, 90% of its 305 lb·ft available from 2000 rpm. This broader torque curve makes itself known at the drag strip, as these special edition Mustangs could cover the 1/4 mile in 2-3 tenths of a second quicker and about 2 mph faster than regular GT. The 17 inch American Racing Torq-Thrust style rims were reminiscent of those on the car driven by McQueen in the movie. The Bullitt featured a large hood scoop reminiscent of the earlier Boss 429 scoop, as well as new side scoops, lower body moldings and C-pillars with unique rear side window shape. Other special features on the Bullitt included aluminum pedals and shifter, gauge facings and seat upholstery patterned after the 1968 model, red brake calipers with the Mustang logo on them, and the removal of the spoiler and fog lamps regularly found on Mustang GTs, all for a cleaner look. Braking was also improved with the addition of dual-piston Brembo brakes with 13-inch (330 mm) rotors, the same brakes utilized by the Mustang Cobra. Regardless of color all 2001 Bullitts came from the factory in a somewhat understated form having had some chrome removed and special badging added. All were equipped the same with the only option being an upgrade of the radio and sound system. Sally has the upgrade option. At this point my car, with only few exceptions, is as it came from the factory. The previous owner added a K & N Air Cleaner and I have added hood struts which eliminate the hood prop rod, some chrome engine items and of course the tires have been changed. The original owner purchased Sally in Missoula Montana in July, 2001 and sold her to the person I bought her from in November, 2004. This second owner kept her garaged in Hamilton, Montana (52 miles from Missoula) and drove her only in good weather. When I acquired Sally in May, 2017 she had only 11,725 miles on the odometer. She now has just under 16,000 miles on her.
390. Dan Neve Pre-Production 2019 Bullitt Cruise for a Cause