To honor the Steve McQueen movie Bullitt, Ford released a new special edition Ford Mustang to mark the 50th anniversary of the film. The auction will happen in Scottsdale, Arizona. Under the hood a 5-liter V8 pushes 475 horsepower and a top speed of 168 miles per hour, while a Shelby GT350 intake manifold helps things along. The shifter for the manual gearbox is topped by a knob in the form of a white cue ball, just like the original.
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Because of the car's value, the owners didn't seem to be interested in letting the world know about this special Mustang, but the new Bullitt edition auto created a ideal excuse to bring the original back into the public eye. That stripped-down look is exactly what made the original so cool, after all. It was named as Mustang Bullitt for paying tribute to the 1968 thriller movie, Bullitt, which starred Steve Mcqueen and was best known for its auto chase scenes featuring the same power-packed vehicle. Other include subtle chrome accents around the grille and front windows, unique 19-inch aluminum wheels, red painted Brembo brakes, and a unique black front grille. It'll be the most powerful factory Mustang ever. It has been owned by the same family since the movie studio sold it back in the early 70s, but the current owner was kind enough to bring the vehicle to Cobo Hall to display alongside the 2019 Bullitt Mustang. It was designed by the team at Ford Performance, which integrated a number of track-developed technologies and high-performance equipment topped by an aggressive, highly aerodynamic outer shell.