Just yesterday I attended a photo shoot of 2 of my Bullitts (the '09 and the '19 the green ones) and a friend's green '01 Bullitt for the book. Brad Bowling is working on this book with me, both as publisher and photographer. If you don't know him, Brad is THE historian of the Bullitt movie car that recently sold at Mecum Auctions in Kissimmee, FL, for 3.4 million dollars! He was one of the few people in the world who knew about this car's existence before it was publicly revealed in 2018. Go to Brad's website to read what he documented.
Brad is also an experienced photographer, so I especially appreciate the attention he lavished on the photo shoot. It's amazing to watch an expert do their magic. Lots of pictures...
Hopefully you noticed this fantastic artwork on the home page or on Instagram and Twitter. It comes from Danny Whitfield ("The Automotive Art of Danny Whitfield") and will serve as the book cover. I've had the opportunity to get to know Danny over the past few years, both as a customer and as a client. Other artists have immortalized the Mustang Bullitt, but I've appreciated Danny's style since I first viewed his work. I knew that if I was to write another Mustang book, I surely would feature his art in some fashion.
Check out his website where you can see all of his Bullitt prints available for sale. Danny will even customize a print for you of your own vehicle.
Thank you, Danny, for bringing this wonderful view of Ford's three feature cars and the inspiration for them all subtly included in the background!
about the Author
I am Tony Alonso, a long-time Ford Mustang enthusiast who owns a 2001, 2009, and 2019 Bullitt Mustang. Desperately seeking a 1968 Mustang fastback in Highland Green with no ornamentation and a fantastic exhaust sound...