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The Mustang From Bullitt Recreated For Steve McQueen’s Son

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Few movies get car enthusiasts going like Bullitt. And while Steve McQueen was the one earning the paycheck, someone should have tossed a little cash over to the true star of the film, his ’68 Mustang. This recreation of the classic muscle car was built for Steve’s son and is a visually accurate creation with a handful of modern updates to make the drive feel more current. Since the car was just sold at auction, and we’re guessing you weren’t the lucky bidder, you’ll have to just check it out here and not track down any old Dodge Chargers with it.

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