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Rigmar Morales – USA (California) 2008 Highland Green #4305
Modifications (not a full list) to powertrain, chassis/suspension, brakes, wheels/tires (Shelby GT500 wheels for track, Mickey Thompson SC- 5 Gloss Black wheels 20 X 9.5 F 20 X 10.5 R for street/show), exterior (TruFiber SVT Heat Extractor Hood, Shelby GT/CS Side Scoops, Classic Design Concepts Rocker Extensions, Silver Horse Racing Rear Deck Honeycomb Panel, Shelby GT Front Bumper with GT500 Chin Spoiler, Raxiom Sequential Rear Turn Signals and Directional Side View Mirrors with Highland Green Mirror Caps, Quarter Window Covers in Highland Green), interior and underhood accessories
• 2014 SEMA Ford Booth Car
• Signed by Henry Ford III, Chad McQueen, Steven R. McQueen, Chase McQueen, Madi McQueen
To me the Bullitt Mustang is more than just a car named after a chase-happy action film. It serves as a reminder to me of the early days of Ford pony cars with a little extra performance and uncluttered exterior. The Bullitt Mustang is exactly what we all should look for in a car in my opinion that cleverly captures the spirit of the Mustangs from the Sixties. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a fan of the Ford Mustang. My journey as a Mustang enthusiast began as a kid. I give credit to a teenager neighbor of mine for owning a 1990 Foxbody at the time. The first time I heard that mustang fire up I was hooked. That brief moment is what ignited my passion for Mustangs. Another big reason was the ease of making friends: I’m constantly amazed at how friendly and enthusiastic Bullitt Mustang owners are. Bullitt Mustang owners are a tight-knit group. So to me the car got me in the door but the community is what kept me in.